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Worcester Brothers, 

(Successors to WHITNEY & WORC ESTERS), 

DEALERS IN 




FURNITURE, 

CARPETINGS id UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 

SHADES, DRAPERIES, &c. 

23 & 25 Brattle Square, CAMBRIDGE. 

S. A. STEWART, 

Manufacturer and Dealer In 

i GAiti 

A.TSri> HARNESS, 






Whips, Blankets and Robes. 

118 AND 120 SUDBURY STREET, NEAR COURT STREET, 

BOSTON. 

Fine Harness Made to Order. 

NEW AND SECOyn-HAXD CARRIAGES AND HARNESS 
BOUGHT, SOLD, AND EXCHANGED. 



CUTTER & PARKER 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 





$askes, 

BUNDS, GLAZBD WINDOWS, 

Door and Window Frames, 

BLIND FASTENINGS, ETC. 

: 71 & 73 Portland, near Sudbury St., Boston. 

Doors of every quality at the lowest 

Benj. F. Parker. Cash prices. 

OCTAGON 

FMHHE MM, 

The Latest and Best 

In appearance and operation 
the OCTAGON is offered to the 
Public as being 

Unsurpassed by any Range in 
the Market. 

GOLDEN STAR FURNACE, 

A Quick and Powerful Heater. 

PERFECTLY GAS TIGHT. 

First-class in every Particular. 

Manufactured bj the 

Taunton Iron Works Co., 
87 &89 BLACKSTONE ST., BOSTON, 

Foundry at Taunton, IVTass-s. 
AGENTS : 

MOYNAHAN & CO., 

457 Cambridge St., c. Prospect, CAMBR1DGEP0RT. 

A. M. GUSHING & CO., 

Formerly of the Finn of W. II. Wentworth & Co., 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

Soapstone I asl-Trays, Sinks, Stoves, 

AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 

SOAPSTONE WORK. 
14 Marshall St., Boston, Mass. 




Doors, Windows, Sashes, Blinds. 

S. P. LANGMAID & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, 

Fence Pales, Framing Fins, Blind Trimmings, 
Glazed Windows, &c. 

28 & 29 Charlestown St , Boston, Mass. 

Opp. the Boston & Maine R. R. Depot 

Doors of every quality at the lowest cash prices. Car- 
penters and others icill find it to their advantage 
to call before purchasing* 




WALTER H. DL'EBELL. 



WINKLEY, THORP & DRESSER, 

tionery business to Cambridgeport Diarj I 

wh' < utter. Tower & Co., 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 



•AMi JOBBERS OF- 



SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 
111 Devonshire Street, opp. the Post-Office, 

W, W. Wink i i . ^ - - 

"•thorp, BOSToxJ* 

E. D. DBE88ER. ) ^^ ^^ ■*• ^ '*«' *V* • 

Establish* <l in I s.>.{ by J. Porter & Co. 

G- O XT 3L, X> cfe CO., 

MAM 1 .\c n RERS AM> WHOLESALE DEALERS IN" 

^aiata* Oils, arid Vasaiakoa. 

John A. Gould, ) «i» ami 71 UNION STREET, Q AQT-flM 

Geo. L. Goi i.i>. i Bet. Hanover St. A Haymarket Sq., DUO I Ul\ ( 



SPECIALTIES. 
Copal and Shellac Varnishes and Japans. I Gould's Sperm-Lubricating Oil (in Bottle- \. 
Pare Colors; Dry, in Oil. or in Japan. | Gonld'a " < ktaline " and Lubricating Oil. 

John Lucas ft Co.'fl Celebrated (riven-. Gould's •• Silver-Light " 160° Illuminating Oil. 

John L. Whiting's Paint & Varnish Brashes. | Linseed, Lard, Sperm, Neatafoot Oils, Sec. 

WARRANTED ( Eckstein, Hills acinnati , "PhoBnix" brand. 

TvrrnTi TTTTTTm-n t -n a Tvn ! Warranted by the Bfnfrs. equal to anv lead made in U. S. 
rllKij WnllJj LLADo, (Salem, English and Forest Barer Leads. 

COIYISTOCK, GOVE & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS of 

Soda, Ginger Ale & Mineral Waters, 

AM) BOTTLERS "F 

ALE, PORTER, CIDER AND LAGER BEER, 

In Quarts, Pints and Half-pints, fur Shipping, Hotel and Famih 

Agents for 2>. G. Yuenglina Jr. Wets York LAGER BEER, CHAMPAGNE, 
ALE and PORTER, in Hhds., Bbls., Half-barrels, Kegs and Bottles. 

NO. 30 CAN AL STREET, . . BOSTON. 

Soda, Root Beer and Ginger Ale In Patent Steel Fountains. Syrups, all Flavors. 



"Whatever is worth doing is worth doing WELL" 



A. H. SPENCER, 

SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, 

And Expert in Patent Causes. 

28 State Street, Room 47, - - - BOSTON. 

All brancheti of Patent Business attended to. 

I GIVE U V PERSONAL. ATTENTION TO EACH CASE. 

RIVERSIDE BAKERY, 

15 RIVER STREET, . CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

NEWTON, SBAVER & CO., 

(SUCCESSORS TO W. S. BROWN.) 

Bread, Cake and Pastry 

Of Every Description. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

WEDDING CAKE AND FANCY 

FROSTING. 

Orders from Parties and Picnics 
Solicited. 

EstabHsliecl 1780. 

SHAW, APPLIN & CO., 

Manufacturers and wholesale dealers in 

Fine and Medium Parlor Furniture, 

SOFAS, lOFNGES, CHAIRS, &c. 

Church and Lodge Furniture 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Salesrooms, 27 Sudbury, and 69 and 71 Portland Streets. 

FACTORY, BRIDGE ST., EAST CAMBRIDGE 

Dan W. Shaw. Sumner Applix. S, q. Small. 





GEO. G. PAGE & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

Boxes and Packing Cases, 

CIGAR BOXES, LABELS, RIBBONS, &c. 
I5Lirxciliia^ Wood For Sale. 

HAMPSHIRE STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, 

Silas*) mmmmm&mj, mass. 



EDWARD F. EVERETT, 

QENERAL 

INSURANCE AGENT, 

EDW. F. EVERETT, residence, 31 Sacramento Street. 






128 State Street, Room JVo. 15, BOSTON. 
CASH CAPITAL, $200,000. 

Insurance of Dwellings and Household Furniture only, 

AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE OR LIGHTNING. 

CASH DIVIDENDS TO FOLIC F-HOLDERS. 

CHAS. B. CUMINGS, Pres't. JOHN M. CORBETT, Sec'y. 

CHAS. W. SEVER, Agent, 464 Harvard Street, . . CAMBRIDGE. 

sejlOoit oix* QQ&cpjL&rr, 

(Successors to KIDDER, VAUGHAN & CO.) 

MANUFACTURERS OF : 

"Beacon Light" and "Beacon" Brands 

(Water White. High Test.) (Standard.) 
OF 

ILLUMIHATIHQ OIL; 

Also, G-as Oil and Napthas. 

A, A. VATTGHAN, Treas. B. VAUGHAN, Fres. 

€mm®&e$ mimm imox w&mms. 

!KE3SnDA.:LiI-i Sc ROBERTS, 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Steam Boilers, Gasometers, Ships' Tanks, 

PLATE IRON WORK OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

Stationary and Marine Engines, Portable Hoisting 
Engines and General Machinery. 

72 TO 92 MAIN ST., CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

"NEAR WEST BOSTON BRIDGE.) 



Hut Boot Manufacturers, 

STATIONEES, 

Booksellers | Newsdealers. 



A CHOICE LINE OF 

Note, Invitation Note, Letter Paper, 

CORRESPONDENCE, VISITING AND PLAYING- CARDS, 

POCKET BOOKS, 

Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, Thermometers, 

GOLD PENS AND PENCILSj 

Photograph and Autograph Albums, 

and 

DI-A-ZRIES FOB 1881. 

Ink, Ink Stands, Sponge Cups, Paper Weights, Paper Cut- 
ters, Pens and Penholders, Stylograph ic Pens, Newspapers, 
Magazines, Seaside and Franklin Sq. Libraries, and 

SCHOOL BOOKS. 



Blank Books of any description to order 

A. SPECIALTY. 

• ORDERS FOR SHEET MUSIC PROMPTLY FILLED. 
Monogram, Card, and Crest Engraving, 

NO. 5 HARVARD SQUARE. 



W&5M&%™ — 




— ^^^^rmB^ 



GEEENOUGH'S 




^ 



Cambridge Directory,' 



FOR 1881. 



CONTAINING 

A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE RESIDENTS, 

CITY AND COUNTY REGISTER, BUSINESS 

DIRECTORY, A MAP, ETC., ETC. 

No. XXX. 




w. 



BOSTON: 

COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY 

J±. GREENOUGH & CO., 

31 MILK STREET, 
1881. 



FOB SALE BY 



ATIEE BROS., Booksellers and Newsdealers, 5 Harvard Square, 
CA.UBRIDOE, 

and EDGAR F. HUNT & CO., Booksellers and Stationers, 575 Main 

Street, CAM BRIDGEPORT. 



►moe, 



$2. SO, 



\<%f Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1881, by "W. A. Geeexough. ^JriM 
lif in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at "Washington. r4*5U I 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 




Wm.Ridlon, Piano-Porte and Furniture Mover. 

Office, 11 LaGrange Street, Bo-ton. Residence, 248 Broadway, Cambridge. 

Particular attention paid to moving Piano-fortes in and out of Windows, and Furniture 
out of town. Also, to Packing in the best manner for transportation. Packing Boxes for 
sale. Ridlon is employed by the principal Piano Dealers in Boston and vicinity. 

O. T>. WILDER, 



-DEALER ES- 



Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 

557 MAIN ST., CAMBRIDGEPORT, AND 7 HARVARD SQUARE, OLD CAMBRIDGE. 

Constantly on hand, full lines of 

Ladies Hand JVTade Goods. 

REPAIRING WEL.E, IDCXXE. 




Manufacturers of 

FINE 

Pickle S 

Canned Goods Brokers, 

Office, 29 SOUTH MARKET ST., 
BQSTQ)^ MASS. 



Factory* 130 Gore Street, East Cambridge. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



In presenting No. 30 of the Cambridge Directory, the pub- 
lishers take this opportunity to congratulate the citizens and busi- 
ness men on the return of business prosperity, and the flourishing 
condition of our manufacturing interests, giving occupation to 
hundreds of skilled mechanics, who in turn patronize our local 
stores, and cause that activity in business which was so noticeable 
before the panic of 1873. Very few vacant houses have been 
found by our canvassers, and it is evident that capitalists will 
soon find it profitable to build the hundreds of houses that will 
be needed by another year in different parts of our city for the 
large increase of population which is now taking place. 
. "The newly annexed territory taken from Belmont the past 
year, embraces 570 acres, one hundred of which are included in 
Fresh Pond, about 200 acres of the remainder are low marshy 
ground necessary for the city to control in order to prevent nui- 
sances becoming established which might drain injurious matter 
into the pond." It also adds over 600 persons to our population. 

The map has been corrected and the new territory added, and 
is for sale in cloth covers at the bookstores. 

We are happy to state that with the return of business activity, 
our patronage has increased, and our advertising department 
contains the business cards of a large number of the substantial 
business men of both Cambridge and Boston. For this increased 
patronage we present our sincere thanks. 

The following shows the large increase in names over last year : 
Names in Directory, 1880, 18,250 

" " " 1881, 19,786 



Increase, 1,536 

We remain, very respectfully, 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 
Boston, Jan. 1, 1881. Editors and Publishers. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTOKY. 



Dealers in all kinds of 

GRAIN and MEAL. 

.AJso, Hay and Straw. 
■BStSajrifflk"} 71 & 73 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

GOODS DELIVERED FREE. 

GEORGE H. BSIT, 

Dealer in 

COAL, WOOD AND BARK, 

Bent's Wharf, No. 168 Main Street, 

Near the Junction of Harvard and Main Sis., CAM BRI DGEPORT. 

A. WHITING WATRISS, 

Tin and Sheet Iron Worker. 

TIN ROOFING. Stove Linings and Grates. PARLOR 
and COOK STOVES. FURNACES REPAIRED. 

House Furnishing Goods. 

605 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



THOMAS SMITH, 

HORSE«SfcJOEI$IO ESTABLISHMENT, 

436 Main Street, . 

ODD, Austin St, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 




Suitable treatment for Stumbling, Inter- 
fering, Over-reaching, Speed Cutting, 
Corn*. Quarter-crack, and other defects 

of the feet. Owners' directions strictly follow- 
ed. The workmen are the most skillful in the 
country, and all work under the personal 
supervision of the subscriber. 



j?i3VLEsx^.soavr piano-fortes. 




TIIF, EMERSON PIANO COMPANY 

Are desirous that their instruments shall be subjected to the strictest tests. By care in 
selecting materials, and by vigorously insisting upon perfect work, they produce instruments 
that are ABMOLUTELV UNSURPASSED. The mechanism of the Piano-Forte is 
simple and easily understood. There is no secret or mystery about it, as some shrewd ad- 
vertisers would have the public believe. The solidity of the frame and case, the well-chosen, 
well-seasoned and well-wrought wood of the sounding-board, the perfection of the hammers, 
dampers and strings; the unyielding firmness of the pins, the scientific voicing and tuning — 
these are the elements necessary to form Perfect and Satisfactory Tone. 




To persons of musical taste, willing to trust their own ears, the Company submits its instru- 
ments, confident that in sonority, evenness, crisp action, sustaining power and durability, 
they are not anywhere excelled. 

WAEEROOMS, 595 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 



ESTABLISHED 1815. 

E5? 




ROGERS & CO., 

Impokters and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Everything pertaining to a first-class 

China & Crockery 




INCLUDING KVERY GRADE OF 



Foreign and Domestic Crockery I Glass 



French, English, and Canton China. Silver-Plated Table Goods of the Best Standard makes. 

Agents for ROGERS & BROTHERS' Celebrated SPOONS and FORKS. Best assortment 

In the elty of Bronze Lamps and Chandeliers, etc., for Kerosene. We make 

a specialty of good Kerosene Chimneys, of which we sell thousands 

of barrels every season. 

PATENTEES AM) MANUFACTURERS OF 

STEAM-TEMPERED CHIMNEYS AND OTHER GLASS. 

Bronze Ornaments and Clocks, and Common Clocks of all Grades. 

Sole Agents in America for the famous 

JAS. EDWARDS & SON ENGLISH STONE CHINA. 

Dinner Sets and Decorated Goods in great variety. 

AUo, Decorating on China and OlaMN done to order. All Good** Warranted, 
and prices AS LOW rr any in Ronton or New York. 

62, 60, 58, 56, 54 Canal Street, opposite B. & M. Depot. 
155, 153, 151, 149, 147 Friend St., Paine's Furniture Blk. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Abbreviations 27 

Advertising Department , follows 348 

Ancient Order of Foresters 337 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 278, 337 

Banks 328, 329 

Bridges 25 

Business Directory 277 

Business Directory of Patrons in other Cities 7 

Calendar . .. 15 

Cambridge Public Library 318 

Cambridge Water Board 316 

Cemeteries 24 

Census of Massachusetts 345 

Churches 321 

City Government 315 

College Buildings 24 

Corporations 327 

County Officers and Courts 343 

Episcopal Theological School 342 

Fire Alarm Telegraph 317 

Fire Department 317 

General Directory 27 

Grand Army of the Kepublic 336 

Halls, Buildings, etc 23 

Harvard College 342 

Harugari 336 

Home Circle 336 

Independent Order of Foresters 337 

Index to Advertisements , 4 

Insurance Company 327 

Introductory 1 

Justices of the Peace 344 

Kindergarten Schools 321 

Knights of Honor 333 

Knights of the Maccabees 335 

Location of Signal Boxes 317 

Map opp. title page 

Masonic 331 

Military Organizations 337 

National American Association 335 

Notaries Public 302 

Odd Fellows 332 

Police Department 316 

Post-offices 343 

Public Schools 318 

Railroad Stations . . 343 

Railroad Time Table 343 

Royal Arcanum 335 

Savings Banks 308j 329 

Societies 339 

St. Mary's Parochial School 321 

Streets, Courts, Avenues, etc 17 

Temperance Organizations 338 

United Order of the Golden Cross 336 

Ward Boundaries 25 

Wharves 24 



INDEX. 



INDEX TO CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Aiken & Woodard, hay, straw, &c 20 

Albee Sumner, lawyer 27 

Alger Alpheus B., lawyer 28 

Alger Edwin A., lawyer 28 

Ainee Bros., stationers, booksellers and 

newsdealers opposite title 

Ayres I. H., livery stable 19 

Baurneister A., plumber opp. streets 

Beane Enoch, provisions and fish 26 

Becker F., florist, opposite 171 

Bent Geo. C, lawyer 28 

Bent Geo. H., coal and wood, opp. contents 
Bird H. & Co., insurance agents, 

inside front cover 
Blair Tourograph Co., photographers' 

materials opp. 140 

Blake Edwin H., grocer 3 

Blevins J. J., slater 11 

Bock Wm. A., artistic floral decorator. . 18 

Bolger James, horse shoer 14 

Brown W. T. & Co., grocers 16 

Burnham Edward, insurance 17 

Burnham L. G. & Co., coal 5 

Burrage Bros., lumber . 7 

Cambridge Chronicle, Linn B. Porter, 

proprietor 17 

Cambridge Clothing Co., W. F. Bacon, 

agent opposite calendar 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co., opp. p. 141 

Cambridge National Bank 328 

Cambridge Press, Jas. Cox, prop 16 

Cambridge Rolling Mill, Gilmore & Eus- ' 
tis, back cover 

Cambridge Savings Bank 329 

Cambridge Tribune, D. Gilbert Dexter, 

editor and manager 18 

Cambridge Vinegar Works, Herbert 

Derby, prop 20 

Campbell Bros. & Co., boiler makers. . . 15 

Campbell G. J., carpenter opp. streets 

Charles River National Bank of Cam- 
bridge 328 

Chisholm D., horse shoer 14 

Clark F. C. & Co., stoves, etc 12 

Clark P. T. & Co., coal 4 

Clark Win. T., provisions 3 

Cochrane A. & Co , chemical mnfrs 22 

Coleman John & Sons, coal and wood . 4 
Cook Marvin S., manager Wheeler & 
Wilson Mnfg. Co., on map 

Cox James, prop. Cambridge Press 16 

Cummings, Kenney & Co., hardwood 

lumber 7 

Danforth H. M., furniture mover 8 

Davis Curtis & Co., soap manufacturers, 

insert opposite calendar 

Davis Hervey, grain, meal, etc 4 

Derby Herbert, prop. Cambridge Vine- 
gar Works 20 

Dexter D. Gilbert, editor Cambridge 

Tribune 18 

Dillingham Henry, painter 11 

Doe, Hunnewell & Co.. furniture manu- 
facturers front cover 

Dudley & Dudley, lawyers 26 

Durant William B., lawyer, 29 

Ela Bros., Standard turning works, 

back cover 



PAGE 

Fabyan J. E., stable 19 

Farwell Bertram H., florist opp. 171 

Feeley M. A., painter 11 

Ferguson Bros., bakers 20 

First National Bank of Cambridge 328 

Fitzpatrick Alfred, planing 6 

Ford Austin, granite 10 

Fuller G. C. W. & Co., clothing 20 

Gale & Wood, lumber front cover 

Gilmore & Eustis, Cambridge Rolling 

Mill back cover 

Gooch J. G. & N. G., lumber dealers, 

foot lines general directory 
Greenleaf Albert P., mason and paper- 
hangings 11 

Hale Edwin B., lawyer 26 

Hale, Teele & Bisbee, soap manufactur- 
ers insert opp. calendar 

Hannum & Preston, ice 10 

Harrington John & Clark, marble and 

granite works opp. 300 

Hastings W. B. & Co., insurance agents, 

opp. streets 
Hathaway Charles F., baker, 

insert opp. page 171 
Hawkes Levi & Co , plumbers, opp. streets 

Hayes L. S., carpenter 6 

Hayes Wm. A. jr., lawyer 28 

Hebard F. C, milk dealer. . .over calendar 

Henderson & Co., metals, etc 14 

Heron Wm. J., plasterer 11 

Hoag Jonathan, grocer 16 

Holmes F. M. Furniture Co front cover 

Holmes J. A. & Co., grocers. 8 

Holmes W. F., hay and grain 20 

Holt W. B., painter and glazier 1 

Holt & Bugbee, foreign woods 7 

Hovey & Co., florists 18 

Howe A. M., lawyer 27 

Howe Spring Bed Co 19 

Howe & Putney, bacon works 16 

Hunt Edgar F. & Co., booksellers, opp. 140 
Hunt Samuel F., undertaker.insert opp. 140 

Hunter John A., stoves, ranges, &c 12 

Hyde Dana W. & Co., dry goods 17 

Iv'ers Francis, carriage manufacturer, 

foot lines general directory 

James John K., plumber front cover 

Jansson C. A. , picture frames 17 

Jewell Wm. E., lawyer.. 29 

Johnson & Halberg, carriage mnfrs 14 

Jones M. R., confectionery 20 

Jouett M. R. & Co., groceries 13 

Kelsey Bros. & Co., furniture 10 

Kemp Lysander & Sons, soap mnfrs., 

insert opp. calendar 
Kendall & Roberts, steam boiler mnfrs., 

front colored 
Kennedy Frank A., cracker baker, 

outside back cover 

Lally Thomas, grocer 2 

Lechmere National Bank 329 

Leverett Geo. V., lawyer 29 

Locke A., genl. manager Wm. Wyman's 

coal and wood wharf ". 5 

Lockhart Wm. L., undertaker 8 

Lombard Herbert E., printer 22 

Lombard S. J., grocer 1 



INDEX. 






PAGE 

Luke E. H. & Son, grain and meal, 

opp. contents 

Marsden James, grocer 3 

Mason W. A. & Son, engineers and sur- 
veyors 30 

McCulloch Samuel, drain builder 22 

McDaniel Samuel W., lawyer 28 

McDonald Alexander, granite works.. . . 10 
Mclntire Charles J., counselor at law. . . 26 

Mcintosh George, carriage builder 14 

McKelleget R. J., lawyer 29 

Melzard John F., grocer 3 

Moore Charles & Co., hardware, etc 12 

Morrill & Allen, steam engines front 26 

Morse George A., lawyer 29 

Morse Isaac S., lawyer 29 

Morse T. D., umbrella repairer 19 

Nash Howard D., lawyer 29 

National City Bank of Cambridge 329 

New England Glass "Works, glass ware. . 15 
Newton, Seaver& Co., bakers .front colored 
Nichols H. J., Singer sewing-machines . 15 

Norris Albert & Co., carpenters 6 

O'Brien P. & Son, florists, 

foot lines general directory 

Oliver & Rowe, stone, &c 12 

Pach G. W. & Bros., photographers, 

opp. calendar 
Page Geo. G. & Co., box manufacturers, 

front colored 

Parker Horatio G., lawyer 27 

Perkins Geo. A., lawyer 26 

Phelan Patrick, furniture 12 

Pike James & Co., stable 19 

Porter Linn B., proprietor Cambridge 

Chronicle 17 

Read Charles C, lawyer 28 

Richardson "W. T. & Co., coal and wood 5 

Ricker Geo. F. & Co., bedding front 26 

Russ Moulding Co., mouldings, cornices, 

&c 6 

Russell C. T. & T. H., lawyers 27 

Sanborn Amos. C. & Co., granite 10 

Sanborn G. P. & Son, pickle mnfrs. 

opp. introductory 

Sands J. L. & Son, brick mnfrs 22 

Sawin's Cambridge and Boston Express, 

opp. calendar 
Sawyer Charles A., painter and glazier, 

front cover 

Sawyer E. D. & Co., lumber 7 

Sawyer Howard M., oil clothing 15 



PAGE 

Sawyer J. S., gravel roofing front cover 

Scranton H. A., wood turning .. 15 

Sell James T., artesian well boring 14 

Shaw, Applin & Co., furniture manufac- 
turers front colored 

Singer Mnfg. Co., H. J. Nichols, mana- 
ger 15 

Smart D. C, clothes dryers., .opp. calendar 
Smith M. L. & Son, coal and wood ... 4 
Smith Thomas, horse shoer. . opp. contents 

Snow Byron M., provisions 16 

Squire John P. & Co., pork, lard, and 

hams. 9 

Stearns A. W., carpenter 6 

Stickney N. N., lumber 7 

Stiles J. D., teas, coffees, &c 1 

Taylor AY. A., furnishing undertaker, 

back cover 
Thayer J. H. & J. P. & Co., painters. ... 1 
Thurston, Hall & Co. , cracker bakers .... 13 

Tibbetts Charles E., ice 20 

Topliff Chas. M., coal 4 

Tribune Publishing Co., D. Gilbert Dex- 
ter, manager 18 

Tripp Elisha & Co., painters 11 

Valentine & Ellis, coal and wood 4 

Verity John S., compressed yeast 19 

Walker Weston W., grocer 3 

Walworth Mnfg. Co., steam and gas fit- 
tings 1 

Watriss A. Whiting, hardware opp. contents 

Weitze Robert, sausages front 26 

Wellington Austin C, coal and wood . . 32 
Wellington Horatio & Co., coal and wood 
back cover 

Wellington J. A. & Co back cover 

Wells Henry J., lawyer 28 

Whalen Charles & Co., painters 6 

Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg. Co., Marvin S. 

Cook, manager on map 

White M. P., lawyer 28 

Wilder C. D., boots, shoes, and rubbers, 

opposite introductory 
Winnett J. & Co., real estate — back cover 

Wood Alfred, grocer 2 

Worcester Bros., furniture, 

opp. inside front cover 

Wright Geo. G., flour, etc front cover 

Wyeth James H.& Co., grocers. 2 

Wyman Wm., coal and wood wharf, A. 
Locke, general manager 5 



INDEX TO BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Adams F. S., carpet cleaner on map 

Albee Sumner, lawyer 27 

Alger Alpbeus B., lawyer 28 

American Art Publishing Co opp. 301 

Atwood D. & Co., oysters 25 

Austin & Fellows, brushes, 

opposite inside back cover 



PAGE 

Badger E. B. & Son, coppersmiths, 

opposite inside back cover 
Bailey J. W. & Son, mouldings, brack- 
ets, &c 30 

Beacon Oil Co., illuminating oil, 

front colored 
Bent George C, lawyer 28 



INDEX, 



PAGE 

Berkshire Life Ins. Co front cover 

Black J. W. & Co., photographers 25 

Boston Belting Co., rubber goods.. opp. 301 
Boston Lead Manufacturing. Co., 

insert opp. page 14 front 

Brown W. F. & Co., printers 23 

Brown & Alger, lawyers 28 

Burditt & Williams, hardware, 

foot lines in general directory 

Burnham L. G. & Co., coal 5 

Calkins Charles W., physician, 

opposite inside back cover 
Cambridge Chronicle, Linn B. Porter, 

editor and proprietor 17 

Carter Josiah H., negotiator of mort- 
gages 22 

Citizens Mutual Ins. Co.. inside front cover 

Clapp David & Son, printers 23 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa, grocers., .back cover 

Cochrane A. & Co., chemical mufrs 22 

Comstock, Gove & Co., soda, mineral 

water, &c front colored 

Corse, Woodbury & Smith, paper-hang- 
ings, etc. .foot lines on business directory 
Cunimings, Kenney & Co., hardwood 

lumber 7 

Cushing A. M. & Co., soapstone work, 

front colored 
Cutter & Parker, doors, sashes and 

blinds front colored 

Davis Curtis & Co., soap manufacturers, 

insert opp. calendar 

Davison Bros., provisions 25 

Dennison Mnf a . Co., tags and labels. ... 21 
Doe, Huunewell & Co., furniture man- 
ufacturers front cover 

Dudley & Dudley, lawyers 26 

Duraut William B., lawyer 29 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., hats and caps, .on map 
Ela Bros., Standard turning works, 

back cover 
Elliot Chas. E. & Co., tailors.. ..front cover 

Emersou Piano Co insert opp. p. 2 front 

Everett Edward F., ins. agt. .front colored 
Puller Seth W., bell-hanger. . . back cover 
Goldthwait Joel&Co.,carpetings,back cover 
Gooch J. G. & N. G., lumber, 

foot lines in general directory 
Gould & Co., paints, oils, etc.. . .front col'd 
Greenough W. A. & Co., publishers. . .. 31 

Hale Edwin B., lawyer 26 

Hale, Teele & Bisbee, soap manufac- 
turers insert opp. calendar 

Harrington John & Clark, marble and 

granite works opp. 300 

Hastings W. B. & Co., ins. agts..opp. streets 
HawkesLevi & Co., plumbers., .opp. streets 

Hayes Wm. A. jr., lawyer 28 

Holmes F. M. Furniture Co. . . front cover 
Holt & Bugbee, foreign and domestic 

woods 7 

Hovey & Co., florists and seedsmen 18 

Howe Archibald M. , lawyer 27 

Howe J. Murray, real estate back cover 

Howe & Putney, bacon curers 16 

Ivers Francis, carriage manufacturer, 

foot lines in general directory 

Jewell Wm. E., lawyer 29 

Lamkin G., boots, shoes and rubbers, 

inside back cover 
Langmaid S. P. & Co., doors, sashes and 

blinds front colored 

Learned I. M. & Co., restaurant. ..opp.301 

Leverett Geo. V., lawyer 29 

Lincoln, Chamberlin & Co., provisions.. 9 
Locke A., general manager Wm. Wy- 

man's coal and wood wharf 5 

Lombard N. C, mechanical engineer, 

opposite calendar 
Marston & Cunio, dining-room, 

insert opposite 171 
Martin James & Son, sail-makers, 

insert opposite 170 
Martin W. A., hardware 24 



PAGE 

Massachusetts Mutual Ins. Co .front col'd 

Maver J. & Co., lithographers 30 

McDaniel Samuel W., lawyer 28 

Mclntire Charles J., lawyer 26 

McKelleget R. J., lawyer 29 

Morse George A., lawyer 29 

Morse Isaac S., lawyer 29 

Moseley T. E. & Co., boots and shoes, 

inside back cover 
Murdock Parlor Grate Co., Sam'l Shaw, 

treasurer back cover 

Nash Howard D., lawyer 29 

New England Conservatory of Music, 

E. Tourjee, director 319 

New England Glass Works 15 

North Chas. H. & Co., provisions 9 

Notman James, photographer, 

opp. inside back cover 

Page P. C, butter, cheese and eggs 25 

Parker Horatio G., lawyer 27 

Peaslee & Miller, provisions 25 

Perkins Geo. A., lawyer 26 

Read Charles C, lawyer 28 

Read Wm. & Sons, guns and pistols 24 

Richardson & Hale, lawyers 26 

Ridlon Wm., piano mover, 

opposite introductory 

Robinson A., provisions 25 

Robinson J. H. & Co., paper-hangings, 

inside front cover 

Robinson J. R., steam engineer 22 

Rogers H. D., grocer 2 

Rogers & Co., china and crockery ware, 

insert opposite contents 

Russ W. H., bookbinder 22 

Russell C. T. & T. H.. lawyers 27 

Sanborn Amos C. & Co., granite 10 

Sanborn G. P. & Son, pickle mnfrs., 

opposite introductory 

Sands J. L. & Son, brick mnfrs 22 

Sawin's Cambridge and Boston Express, 

opposite calendar 

Sawyer Howard M., oil clothing 15 

Schaefer W. R., guns and pistols 24 

Sell James T., artesian wells 14 

Shaw, Applin & Co., furniture manu- 
facturers front colored 

Shaw Samuel, treasurer Murdock Parlor 

Grate Co back cover 

Smith & Thayer, provisions 25 

Snow Bros., window screens, etc., 

inside back cover 
Spencer A. H., solicitor of patents, 

front colored 
Squire John P. & Co., pork, lard and 

hams 9 

Stewart S. A., fine carriages, 

opposite inside front cover 

Story & Wilbur, slate dealers 24 

Taunton Iron Works Co., furnaces, 

ranges, &c front colored 

Thurston, Hall & Co., bakers 13 

Tourjee E., director New England Con- 
servatory of Music 319 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., steam 

and gas fittings 1 

Warren F C, coal back cover 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Wellington Austin C, coal and wood.. . 32 
Wellington Horatio & Co., wood and 

coal back cover 

Wellington J. A. & Co., coal and wood, 

back cover 

Wells Henry J., lawyer 28 

White M. P., lawyer 28 

Wilson Wm. J., bookbinder 23 

Winkley, Thorp & Dresser, blank book 

manufacturers front colored 

Wiunett J. & Co., real estate agents, 

back cover 

Wright & Potter Printing Co 23 

Wyman Wm., coal and wood wharf, A. 
Locke, general manager 5 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS IN BOSTON AND VICINITY. 



Ale, Porter, Etc. 

Comstock, Gove & Co., 30 Canal, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Andirons. 

Murdock Parlor Grate Co., Samuel Shaw, 
treas., 21 "Washington, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Annunciators. 

Fuller Seth W., 22 Milk, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Artesian Wells. 

Sell James T., 3 Tremont row, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 14) 

Auctioneers. 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Awnings. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. insert opp. p. 170) 

Bacon Curers. 

Howe & Putney, 28 F. H. Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 16) 

Bakers. 

Thurston, Hall & Co., 115 and 117 Commer- 
cial, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 13) 

Bale Ties. 

"Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Bath and Wash Boilers. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63. and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see advt. inside back cover) 

Bed Spring Staples. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Bell Hanger. 

Fuller Seth W., 22 Milk, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Belting (Rubber). 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. page 
301) 

Blacksmith. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot 
lines in general directory) 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Winkley, Thorp & Dresser, 111 Devonshire, 
Boston (see advt. front colored page) 

Blind Staples. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

1* 



Bookbinders. 

Buss W. H., 4 Alden, Boston (see adv. 

dept., page 22) 
Wilson Wm. J., 96 Milk, Boston (see adv. 

dept., page 23) 

Boots and Shoes. 

Lamkin G., 28 Tremont row, Boston (see 
advt. inside back cover) 

Moseley T. E. & Co., 469 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. inside back cover) 

Bottle Fasteners. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Bouquets. 

Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 18) 

Box IUakers. 

Ela Bros, (turned wood), 8 Union, Boston 
(see advt. outside back cover) 

Brass Fenders. 

Murdock Parlor Grate Co., Samuel Shaw, 
treas., 21 Washington, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Braziers' Rods. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Brick manufacturers. 

Sands J. L. & Son, 35 Hawley, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 22) 

Broker (Mortgage). 

Howe J. Murray, 5 Court, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Broom Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Brushes. 

Austin & Fellows, 35 Exchange, Boston 
(see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Bungs. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Burglar Alarms. 

Fuller Seth W., 22 Milk, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Butter, Cheeso and Fggs. 

Page P. C, 24 Suffolk market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 25) 

Canned Goods. 

Sanborn G. P. & Son, 29 South Market, 
Boston (see advt. opp. introductory) 

Card Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS, 



Carpet Cleaner. 

Adams F. S., 228 Cambridge, Boston (see 
advt. on map) 

Carpets. 

Goldthwait Joel & Co., 167 and 169 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. on back cover) 

Carriage Builder. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot lines 
in general directory) 

Carriage Dealer. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot lines 
in general directory) 

Carriage Depository. 

Stewart S. A., 118 and 120 Sudbury, Boston 
(see advt. opp. inside front cover) 

Carriage Painter. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see advt. 
foot lines in general directory) 

Carriage Smith. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland. Boston (see foot lines 
in general directory) 

Carriage Trimmer. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot lines 
in general directory) 

Carriage Warerooms. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot 
lines in general directory) 

Cement (Elastic). 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 24) 

Chemical Manufacturers. 

Cochrane A. & Co., 55 Kilby, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 22) 

C In onio* and Engravings. 

American Art Publishing Co., 419 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. opp. page 301) 

Clothes Eiue Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Coal and Wood, 

Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles and East 
Chester Park, office, 75 State, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p 5) 

Warren F. C, 3*26 to 340 Charles, Boston 
(see advt. on back cover) 

Wellington Austin C, 17 Congress and 438 
Federal, Boston (see adv. dept.. p. 32) 

Wellington Horatio & Co., 11 Kilby, Bos- 
ton [see advt. on back cover) 

Wellington J. A. & Co., 68 Water, Boston 
(see advt. on back cover) 

Wyman Win., coal and wood wharf, order 
box, 40 State, Boston, A. Locke, general 
manager (see adv. dept., p. 5) 

Commission Merchant. 

Page P. C, 24 Suffolk market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 25) 

Copper Boilers. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see advt. inside back cover) 

Copper Smiths. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Cornices. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see advt. inside back cover) 



Corset Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Crinoline Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Crockery, China and Glassware. 

Rogers & Co., 54 to 62 Canal, 147 to 155 
Friend, Boston (see advt. insert opposite 
contents) 

Dining Rooms. 

Learned I. M. & Co., 413 Washington (see 

advt. opposite page 301) 
Marston & Cunio, 19 School, Boston (see 

advt. insert opp. page 171) 

Doors, Sashes and Blinds. 

Cutter & Parker, 71 and 73 Portland, Bos- 
ton (see advt. front colored page) 

Langmaid S. P. & Co., 28 and 29 Charles- 
town, Boston (see advt. front col'd page) 

Dowels. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see [advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Draperies. 

Doe, Hunnewell & Co., 577 and 579 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Drapery Curtains. 

Snow Bros., 348 Washington, Boston (see 
advt. inside back cover) 

Draughtsman. 

Lombard X. C, 40 State, Boston (see advt. 
opp. calendar) 

Druggists' Sundries. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Earth Closets. 

Murdock Parlor Grate Co.(Wakefield Earth 
Closet), 21 Washington, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Enamelled Goods. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Engineer (Steam). 

Robinson J. R., 55 Simmons building, 40 
Water, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 22) 

Engravings, Chromos, etc. 

American Art Publishing Co., 419 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. insert opp. page 
301) 

Express. 

Sawin Moses M., 34 Court square, 174 Wash- 
ington, 75 Kilby, 105 Arch, and 48 King- 
ston, Boston (see advt. opp. calendar) 

Feltings, Rosin-Sized, Dry and 
Tarred. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 24) 

Fence Staples. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Fence Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Fertilizers. 

North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 

Market, stores Xos. 33 and 34 No. .Market, 

Boston (see adv. dept., p. 9) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 

Market, and 39 North Market, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 9) 

Fire Engine Hose. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. p. 
301) 

Fishing Rods and Tackle. 

Read Win. & Sons, 13 F. H. square, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 24) 

Flags. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. insert opp. page 170) 

Florists and Seedsmen. 

Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 18) 

Furnaces, Ranges, Arc. 

Taunton Iron Works Co., 87 and 89 Black- 
stone, Boston (see advt. front colored p.) 

Furniture. 

Doe, Hunnewell & Co., 577 and 579 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Holmes F. M. Furniture Co., 107 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Shaw, Applin & Co., 27 Sudbury, and 69 
and 71 Portland, Boston (see advt. front 
colored page) 

Furniture Mover. 

Ridlon William, 11 LaGrange, Boston (see 
advt. opp. introductory) 

Furniture Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Galvanized Iron Workers. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Galvanized Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Gas Lighting. 

Fuller Seth W., 22 Milk, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Gasometer manufacturers. 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., 69 Kilby, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 1) 

Glass Manufacturers. 

New England Glass Works, 67 Federal, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 15) 

Granite. 

Harrington John & Clark, 458 Tremont, 
Boston (see advt. insert opp. p. 300) 

Sanborn A. C. & Co., 35 Hawley, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 10) 

Grates. 

Murdock Parlor Grate Co., Samuel Shaw, 
treas., 21 Washington, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Greenhouses. 

Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 18) 



Grocers. 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa, 686 to 692 Washing- 
ton and 4 Bowdoin square, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Rogers H. D., 189 and 191 Cambridge, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 2) 

Guns and Pistols. 

Read Wm. & Sons, 13 F. H. sq., Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 24) 
Schaefer W. R., 61 Elm, Boston (see adv. 

dept., p. 24) 

Gutters and Conductors. 

Badger E. B. & Son (copper), 63 and 65 
Pitts, Boston (see advt. opp. inside back 
cover) 

Bailey J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestown, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 30) 

Handles. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Hardware and Cntlery. 

Burditt & Williams, 20 Dock sq., Boston 
(see foot lines in general directory) 

Martin W. A., 6 Dock sq., Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 24) 

Harness Ulaker. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot 
lines in general directory) 

Harnesses. 

Stewart S. A., 118 and 120 Hanover, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. inside front cover) 

Hats, Caps, Are. 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., 36 to 40 Chauncy, Bos- 
ton (see advt. on map; 

Hay and Straw. 

Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles and East 
Chester Park, office 75 State, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 5) 

Hay Rale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Hogs, Live and Dressed. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. mar- 
ket, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Market, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 9) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 F. H. 
market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 9) 

Holly Goods. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union Boston(see advt. outside 
back cover) 

Horse Clothing. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot lines 

in general directory) 
Stewart S. A., 118 and 120 Sudbury, Boston 

(see advt. opp. inside front cover) 

Horse and Wagon Covers. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot lines 

in general directory) 
Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 15) 

House Rollers. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Boston 
(see advt. inside back cover) 

Hydrant Hose. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. page 
301) 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OP PATRONS. 



Insurance Agents. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 22) 

Everett Edward F., 26 Exchange place, 
Boston (see advt. front colored page) 

Hastings W. B. & Co., 7 Exchange place, 
Boston (see advt. opp. streets) 

"Winn John S. (Berkshire Life, of Pitts- 
field), 223 Washington, Boston (see advt. 
on front cover) 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Insurance Companies. 

Berkshire Life Insurance Co., of Pittsfield, 
Mass., 223 Washington, Boston (see advt. 
on front cover) 

Citizens Mutual Insurance Co., Boston (see 
advt. inside front cover) 

Mass. Mutual Insurance Co., 28 State, Bos- 
ton (see advt. front colored page) 

Iron Workers Galvanized) 
Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Boa- 
ton (see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Iron Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Iron and Steel Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Italian Awnings. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, 
Boston (see advt. insert opp. page 170) 

Ivory Turning. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Jacket Kettles. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see advt. inside back cover) 

Jewelers' and Druggists' Boxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 21 and under back title) 

Lard Oil. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 
Market, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see adv. dept., page 9) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 
Market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., page 9) 

Lawyers. 

Albee Sumner, 20 Court, Boston (see adv. 
dept., page 27) 

Alger Alpheus B., 23 Court, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 28) 

Bent George C, 26 Pemberton sq., Boston 
(see adv. dept., page 28) 

Brown & Alger, 23 Court, Boston (see adv. 
dept., page 28) 

Dudley & Dudley, 95 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 26) 

Durant William B., 194 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., page 29) 

Hayes Wm. A. jr., 41 Sears building, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., page 28) 

Howe Archibald M., 25 Congress, Boston 
(see adv. dept., page 27) 

Jewell Wm. E., 82 Devonshire, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 29) 

Leverett Geo. V., 47 Devonshire, Boston 
(see adv. dept., page 29) 

McDaniel Samuel \V., 61 Court, Boston 
(see adv. dept.. page 28) 

Mclntire Charles J., 75 State, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 26) 



McKelleget It. J., 19 and 20 Old State 

House, Boston (see adv. dept., page 29) 
Morse Geo. A., 19 and 20 Old State House, 

Boston (see adv. dept., p. 29) 
Morse Isaac S., 19 and 20 Old State House, 

Boston (see adv. dept., page 29) 
Nash Howard D., 19 Congress, Boston (see 

adv. dept., page 29) 
Parker Horatio G., 44 Sears bldg., Boston 

(see adv. dept., page 27) 
Perkins George A., 75 State, Boston (see 

adv. dept , page 26) 
Read Charles C, 27 State, Boston (see adv. 

dept., p. 28) 
Richardson & Hale, 20 Court, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 26) 
Russell C. T. &T. H, 27 State, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 27) 
Wells Henry J., 26 Pemberton sq., Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 28) 
White M. P., 47 Devonshire, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 28) 

Lead Pipe and Sheet liead. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., Wm. J. Bride, 
treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 
insert opp. p. 14 front) 

Lead Wire and Lead Window 
Weights. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., Wm. J. Bride, 
treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 
insert opp. p. 14 front) 

Lime, Hair and Cement. 

Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles and East 
Chester Park, office, 75 State, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 5) „ _, . 

Gooch J. G. & N. G., 13 Kilby, Boston (see 
advt. foot lines in general directory) 

Lithographers. 

Mayer J. & Co., 4 State, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 30) 

Lumber. 

Cummings, Kenney & Co., box 59, Mechan- 
ics Exchange, 35 Hawley, Boston (see adv. 

Gooch J?€p& N. G., 13 Kilby, Boston (see 

advt. foot lines in general directory) 
Holt & Bugbee, 173 Friend and 84 Canal, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 7) 

Machinery Castings. 
Walworth Manufacturing Co., 69 Kilby, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 1) 

Machinery Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Machinists. 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., 69 Kilby, 

Boston (see adv. dept., p. 1) 

Manufacturing Companies. 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., 69 Kilby, 

Boston (see adv. dept., p. 1) 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Marble Works. 
Harrington John & Clark, 458 Tremont, 
Boston (see advt. insert opp. p. 300) 
Market Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Mechanical Engineer. 
Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston (see advt. 
opposite calendar) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



11 



Mechanical Expert. 

Spencer A. H., 28 State, room 47, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

merchandise Tags and Labels. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 21 and under back title) 

mineral Waters. 

Coinstock, Gove & Co., 30 Canal, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

mouldings. 

Gooch J. G. & N. G., 13 Kilby, Boston (see 
advt. foot lines in general directory) 

Snow Bros, (gilt), 348 Washington, Boston 
(see advt. inside back cover) 

mouldings, Brackets, Etc. 

Bailey J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestown (see 
adv. dept., p, , 30) 

music School. 

New England Conservatory of Music, E. 
Tourjee, director, Music Hall, Boston (see 
advt. p. 319) 

musical merchandise. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

music Wire. 

"Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Needle Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Newspaper. 

Cambridge Chronicle, Linn B. Porter edi- 
tor and prop., 150 Tremont, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 17) 

Notaries Public. 

Alger Alpheus B., 23 Court, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 28) 
Hayes W. A. jr., 41 Sears building, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 28) 
Nash Howard D., 19 Congress, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 29) 
Read Charles C, 27 State, Boston (see adv. 

dept., p. 28) 
White M. P., 47 Devonshire, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 28) 

Oil Clothing Jlnfr. 
Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 15) 

Oiled Hats. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 15) 

Oils Illuminating. 

Beacon Oil Co., 42 India, Boston (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Organ Stop mnfrs. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Oysters. 

Atwood D. & Co., 32 F. H. sq., Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 25) 

Packing Rubber. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. insert 
opp. p. 301) 



Painters (Carriage). 

I vers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see advt. foot 
lines in general directory) 

Paints, Oils and Tarnishes. 

Gould & Co., 69 and 71 Union, Boston (see 
advt. front colored page) 

Paper Boxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 21 and under back title) 

Paper-Hangings. 

Corse, Woodbury & Smith, 181 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. foot lines in Business 
Directory) 

Robinson J. H. & Co., 406 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. inside front cover) 

Parlor Orates. 

Murdock Parlor Grate Co., Samuel Shaw, 
treas., 21 Washington, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Patents (Solicitors of). 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston (see advt. 

opposite calendar) 
Spencer A. H., 28 State, room 47, Boston 

(see advt. front colored page) 

Photographers. 

Black J. W. & Co., 333 Washington, Boston 
Boston (see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Notman James, 99 Boylston, Boston (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Photo Lithographing. 

Mayer J. & Co., 4 State, Boston (see adv. 
dept., page 30) 

Photographers' materials. 

Blair Tourograph Co., Thos. H. Blair, 
treas., 433 Washington and 3 Winter, Bos- 
ton (see advt. insert opp. p. 140) 

Physician. 

Calkina Charles W., 1498 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Piano materials (Wood). 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Piano mover. 

Ridlon Wm., 11 LaG range, Boston (see 
advt. opp. introductory) 

Pianos. 

The Emerson Piano Co., 595 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. insert opp. k p. 2 front) 

- Pickles. 

Sanborn G. P. & Son, 29 South Market, 
Boston (see advt. opp. introductory) 

Plants. 

Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 18) 

Plumbers. 

Hawkes Levi & Co., 50 Howard, Boston 
(see advt. opp. streets) 

Polishing Powder (Silver White). 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 21, and under back title) 

Pork, Lard and Hams. 

North Chas. H. & Co., stalls Nos. 27 and 29 

F. H. Market; store, Nos. 33 and 34 No. 

Market, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 9) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 F. H. 

Market, and 39 North Market, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 9) 



12 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Pork Packers. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. Mar- 
ket, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 9) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 F. H. 
Market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 9) 

Printers. 

Brown W. F. & Co., 218 Franklin, Boston 
(see adv. dept., page 23) 

Clapp David & Son, 564 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., page 23) 

Mayer J. & Co., 4 State, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 30) 

Wright & Potter Printing Co., 18 P. O. sq., 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 23) 

Printers' Blankets. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. 
p. 301) 

Produce. 

Page P. C, 24 Suffolk Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 25) 

Provisions. 

Davison Bros., 150 Court, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 25) 

Peaslee & Miller, 40 F. H. sq. Market, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., page 25) 

Robinson A., 72 and 54 Causeway, Boston 
(see adv. dept., page 25) 

Smith & Thayer, Cambridge, cor. Bowdoin, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 25) 

Provisions (Wholesale). 

Lincoln, Chamberlin & Co., 33 North, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 9) 

North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 
Market, store Nos. 33 and 34 No. Market, 
Boston (see adv. depK, p. 9) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 
Market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept., page 9) 

Publishers. 

Greenough W. A. & Co , 31 Milk, room 39, 
Boston (see adv. dept., page 31) 

Pumps (Copper and Iron). 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., Wm. J. Bride, 
Treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 
insert opp. p. 14 front) 

Real Estate and Mortgages. 

Carter JosiahH.,31 State, room 5, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 22) 
Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boston (see 

advt. on back cover) 
Howe J. Murray, 5 Court, Boston (see advt. 

on back cover) 

Red Load. 

New England Glass Works, 67 Federal, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 15) 

Restaurant. 

Learned I. M. & Co., 413 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. insert opp. p. 301) 

Rivet Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Rolling .Hill*. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Roofing (slate). 
Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 24) 



Round Iron. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Rubber Belting. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. p. 
301) 

Rubber Covered Rollers. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. p. 
301) 

Rubber Goods. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. p. 
301) 

Rubber Hose. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. p. 
301) 

Rubber Lined Hose. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. p. 
301) 

Rubber Manufacturers. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire 
and 52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. 
p. 301) 

Rubber mouldings. 

Snow Bros., 348 Washington, Boston (see 
advt. inside back cover) 

Sail Makers. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. insert opp. p. 170) 

Shipping and Merchandise Tags. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 21 and under back title) 

Slate Dealers. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 24) 

Slate Dressing and Punching 
Machines. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 24) 

Slating Tools and IVails. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 24) 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Davis Curtis & Co., 136 State, Boston (see 

advt. insert opp. calendar) 
Hale, Teele & Bisbee, office, 15 Chatham, 

Boston (see advt. insert opp. calendar) 

Soapstone Stoves. 

Cushing A. M. & Co., 14 Marshall, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Soapstone Wash Trays. 

Cushing A. M. & Co., 14 Marshall, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Stable Fixtures. 

Murdock Parlor Grate Co., Samuel Shaw, 
treas., 21 Washington, Boston (see advt. 
on back cover) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



13 



Stationers. 

Winkley, Thorp & Dresser,lll D-evonshire, 
Boston (see advt. front colored page) 

Stationers' Specialties. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 21 and under back title) 

Steam Fire Engine Hose. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. p. 
301) 

Steam Packing. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp. p. 
301) 

Steel Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., "Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Steel Drill Wire. 

"Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Steel Wire. 

"Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., "Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Stone Wire. 

"Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., "Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Tags. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 21 and under back title) 

Tailors. 

Elliot Chas. E. & Co., 419 Washington,Bos- 
ton (see advt. on front cover) 

Targets for Rifle Practice. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 21 and under back title) 

Telegraph Wire. 

"Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Telephone Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Tents and Flags. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. insert opp. p. 170) 

Tin, Zinc, Solder, &c. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 24) 

Tinned Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Tissue Papers. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 21, and under back title) 

Tourograph Manufacturers. 

Blair Tourograph Co., Thomas H. Blair, 
treas., 433 Washington and 3 Winter, 
Boston (see advt. insert opp. p. 140) 



Toys. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Turning and Jig Sawing. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Upholstery Goods. 

Corse, Woodbury & Smith, 181 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. foot lines on Business 
Directory) 

Doe, Hunuewell & Co., 577 and 579 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Ventilators. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Boston 
(see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Warerooms (Carriage). 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot 
lines in general directory) 

"Water Conductors. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Boston 
(see advt. inside back cover) 

Water Proof Clothing and Hats. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 15) 

Weather Strip Mufrs. and Dealers. 

Snow Bros., 348 Washington, Boston (see 
advt. inside back cover) 

Weaving Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Wheel™- rig lit. 

Ivers F., 58 Portland, Boston (see foot lines 
in general directory) 

While Lead and Zinc. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., Win. J. Bride, 
treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 
insert opp. p. 14 front) 

Window Screen Ulufrs. and 
Dealers. 

Snow Bros., 348 Washington, Boston (see 
advt. inside back cover) 

Window Shades and Cm tain 
Fixtures. 

Corse, Woodbury & Smith, 181 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. foot lines on Business 
Directory) 

Snow Bros., 348 Washington, Boston (see 
advt. inside back cover; 

Wood and Ivory Turning. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Wreaths, Crosses, and Cut 
Flowers. 

Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 18) 

Wringer Rollers. 

Boston Belting Co., 189 to 195 Devonshire, 
52 to 56 Arch, Boston (see advt. opp p. 
301) 



14 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



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MECHANICAL ENGINEER & SOLICITOR Of PATENTS. 


40 State Street, 


Union Building, Room 41, BOSTON. 



G. W. P^lCH & BROTHER,^ 

PHOTOGRAPHERS, 

Cambridge Street, corner Prescott, near Memorial Hall. 
BRANCH OF 841 BROADWAY, . . . NEW YORK. 

A general invitation giveD to the public generally to visit their Art Studio. 

D. C. SMART, 



-MANUFACTURER OF- 



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Steps, Ladders, Snow Shovels, Frame Pins, 
Ladder Hooks, Clothes Posts, Mantel 
and Clock Shelves, and Stair Bal- 
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382 MAIN STREET, - CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Cambridge i Boston Express. 

OFFICES IN BOSTON, 

34 Court Square, 174 Washington, 105 Arch, 
75 Kilby, and 48 Kingston Street. 

OFFICE IN CAMBRIDGE, 

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580 Main Street, Cambridgeport. 

GENTS' I YOUTHS' CLOTHING, 

Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, TJm'brellas, Canes, «fcc. 

And a General Assortment Of 

GENTS'' FURNISHING GOODS, 

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OFFI< 1 •:, 



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BOSTON, MASS. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 
OSTON STAR BRAND), 

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RED LEAD AND LITHARGE, 

Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, 

PATENT TIN-LINED PIPE, 

PURE BLOCK TIN PIPE, 

COPPER AND IRON PUMPS, 

SOLDER, &c. 

Our Pure White Lead both dry and ground in oil, we warrant to 
ho strictly pure, and guarantee that for Fineness, Body and Dura- 
bility, it is not surpassed by any Lead in the market. 

"We warrant our Red Lead and Litharge to be strictly pure and 
of the finest quality. 



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ESTABLISHED 1835. 



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CURTIS DAVIS & CO., 

TANDARD SOAPS. 




WELCOME, 
Extra Gold Dust, Peerless, Roman. 

No. 136 State Street, 

BOSTON, MASS. 

Manufactory, INN, 190, 192 & 194 Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. 

HALE, TEELE & BISBEE, 

SOAP MANUFACTURERS 

Corner Broadway and Davis St., Oambridgeport, Mass. 



AARON HALE. 



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>IIN BISBKE. 



BOSTON OFFICE, 15 CHATHAM STREET. 



Matt ufacturers of- 



Family, Shipping, Castile, and Soft 

SOAP 



Factory, corner of Broadway and Davis Street, 

©^IVlliRIDGEPO lRTs ryDAiSS 

ALL ORDEKS I'.V MAIL OK OTHERWISE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
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From the Best Dairies in Concord, and from 
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"The Old and Reliable) 
Insurance Agency." } 



1881. 



W. B. HASTINGS & CO., 

INSURANCE AGENTS, 

89 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge, 

7 EXCHANGE PLACEj BOSTONj MASS. 

Office Hours, Boston, 1 to 3 P. HI. 



LEVI HAWKES <£ CO., 




Levi Havkes. 
John Crawford. 



mm* 

Special Attention to Drainage 
and Ventilation. 

599 1-2 Main St., Cambridgeport 

Also, 50 Howard Street, Boston. 



Q. J. OAMPBIiL, 

CARPENTER & BUILDER 

Cambridge St,, East Cambridge, Mass. 

Residence, 70 Second St. 

Special Attention given to General Jobbing. 




A. BAUMEISTER, 

Practical Plumber 




STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Street3 in ward 1 are in Cambridge (proper), wards 2 and 4 Cambridgeport, ward 3 East Cambridge, 

ward 5 2sorth Cambridge. 



Acacia, from 13 Ash to Hawthorne, ward 1 
Acorn, from Putnam av, to Chestnut, wd. 4 
Adams (Belmont), from Concord avenue, 

opposite Wellington, ward 1 
Albany, from Main, opposite Portland, to 

Fort Washington, ward 4 
Albro, from Western avenue to Black- 
stone, ward 4 
Allen, from 17S North avenue to 8 Orch- 
ard, ward 5 
Allston, from 114 Magazine to Waverly, 

east to Fort Washington, ward 4 
Allston court, from 100 Allston, ward 4 
Amory, from 329 Broadway to 100 Hamp- 
shire, ward 2 
Amory place, from 11 Amory, west, ward 2 
Andrew, from 42 Fairmont to Somerset, 
' ward 4 

Antrim, from 353 Broadway to 532 Cam- 
bridge, Inman square, ward 2 
Appian-way, from 03 Brattle to 3 Garden, 

ward 1 
Appleton, from 155 Brattle to Concord 

avenue, ward 1 
Arlington, from 131 North avenue to 

Washington avenue, ward 5 
Arrow, from 800 Main to 13 Bow, ward 1 
Arsenal square, junction of Garden, Con- 
cord avenue, and Chauncy, ward 1 
Ash, from 84 Brattle, south to the Charles 

river, ward 1 
Ashburton place, from 26 Essex, ward 2 
Ash street place, from 12 Ash, east, ward 1 
Athens, from 22 Mount Auburn, south, 

ward 1 
Auburn, from 20 Western avenue to Sid- 
ney, ward 4 
Auburn place, from Mount Auburn, near- 
ly opposite cemetery, ward 1 
Austin, from 430 Main to 10 Inman, wards 

4 and 2 
Austin place, from S6 Austin, south, ward 2 
Avon, from 25 Shepard to 40 Linnaean' 
ward 5 [ward 5 

Avon Hill street, continuation of Avon, 
Avonjplace, from Avon Hill, near Lin- 

nsean, ward 5 
Bailey place, from 118 Magazine, ward 4 
Baldwin, from 661 Cambridge to 78 Kirk- 
land, ward 1 
Baldwin court, from 26 Baldwin, east, 

ward 1 
Baldwin place, from 97 Main, ward 2 
Ballord place, from 94 Putnam av., ward 4 
Banks, from 10 Mount Auburn to Western 

avenue, ward 1 
Bath, from 15S Mt. Auburn, south, ward 1 
Bay, from 770 Main to 288 Kinnaird, wd. 4 
Beacon, from Cambridge, at Inman square, 

west, to Somerville line, ward 2 
Beaver, from lOCowperthwaite to 19 Flagg, 

ward 1 
Beck park, Harvard, junc. Main, ward 1 
Bedford, from 13 Porter to Somerville 
line, ward 2 
9, 



Beech, from 190 Xorth avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 

Bell, from 17 Allston, ward 4 

Belmont, from Mount Auburn, at R. R. 
bridge, to Belmont line, ward 1 

Belmont, from 321 North avenue to Jack- 
son, ward 5 

Bennet, from junction Murray and Eliot, 
west, ward 1 

Bent, from Third to Xinth. ward 3 

Berkeley, from 9 Phillips place to 4 Craigie, 
ward 1 

Berkshire, from Bristol, north, ward 2 

Berkshire place, from Berkshire to Port- 
land, ward 2 

Bigelow, from 691 Main to 282 Harvard, 
ward 2 

Binney, from Third to Xinth, ward 3 

Blackstone, from 129 River to Western 
avenue, ward 4 

Blair place, from 72 Bolton, ward 5 

Blanche, from 16 Front, south, ward 4 

Boardman, from 183 Harvard to 254 Broad- 
way, ward 2 

Boardman place, from 13 Boardman, wd. 2 

Bolton, from 111 Dublin, west and east, 
ward 5 

Bond, from 43 Concord avenue to 58 Gar- 
den, ward 1 

Bow, from 902 Main to 59 Mount Auburn, 
ward 1 

Bowdoin, from Hudson to 24 LinnaBan, 
ward 5 

Brattle, from 9 Harvard square to Mount 
Auburn, at Fresh Pond lane, ward 1 

Brattle square, from 34 Brattle to 99 Mt. 
Auburn, ward 1 

Brewer, from 146 Mount Auburn, south, 
ward 1 

Brewery, from 166 Broadway to Main, 
wards 2 and 4 

Bridge, from Craigie's bridge, East Cam- 
bridge, to Somerville line, ward 3 

Brighton, from 9 Harvard square to Brigh- 
ton bridge, Brighton line, ward 1 

Bristol, from 17 Market to Portland, wd. 2 

Broadway, from 99 Main, ward 2, to Cam- 
bridge, at the college grounds, wards 2 
and 1 

Broadway park, junction Broadway, Xor- 
folk, and Prospect, ward 2 

Brookline, from 520 Main to the Charles 
river, ward 4 

Brooks, from 361 Main to 34 School, wd. 4 

Brooks place, from Moore to Clark, wd. 4 

Brown, from 124 Brattle to 13 Foster, wd. 1 

Buckingham, from 25 Craigie to 58 Con- 
cord avenue, ward 1 

Cambridge, from 90 Bridge to 8 Kirkland, 
wards 3 and 1 

Camden place, from 245 Mount Auburn, 
ward 1 

Cameron, from Xorth avenue, near A. R. 
R. crossing, to Somerville line, ward 5 

Camp, from John to Lerned, ward 5 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Carson, from 180 Gore to 239 Cambridge, 
ward 3 

Carver, from 70 Sacramento to Hammond, 
ward 1 

Cedar, from 339 North avenue to 59 Spruce, 
ward 5 

Cedar square, from 37 Cedar to Belmont, 
ward 5 

Central place, from 21 Western avenue, 
north, ward 4 

Central square, junction 622 Main, River, 
Magazine, and Western avenue, ward 4 

Centre, from 85 Hancock to 8 Dana, wd. 2 

Channing, from 168 Brattle to Mt. Auburn, 
ward 1 

Chapman place, from 13 Gerry to 14 
Brewer, ward 1 

Charles, from 121 Third, west, ward 3 

Charles River, from 52 Mount Auburn to 
11 Dyke, ward 1 

Chatham, from 145 Hancock to 36 Dana, 
ward 2 

Chauncy, from 21 North avenue to 15 Con- 
cord avenue, ward 1 

Cherry, from 421 Main to 176 Harvard, 
wards 4 and 2 

Cherry court, from 22 Cherry, ward 4 

Chester, from 260 North avenue to Som- 
erville line, ward 5 

Chestnut, from 168 Pleasant to Waverly, 
ward 4 

Chestnut park, from 23 to 31 Charles, run- 
ning north, ward 3 

Church, from 13 Harvard row to 45 Brat- 
tle, ward 1 

Church place, from 98 Cambridge, ward 3 

Clarendon, from 380 North avenue to 
Somerville line, ward 5 

Clark, from 387 Main to 20 Webster ave- 
nue, wards 4 and 2 

Clary, from Prospect, n. Houghton, wd. 2 

Clay, from 93 Spruce to 40 Harvey, ward 5 

Clifton, from 117 Spruce to 64 Harvey, 
ward 5 

Clinton, from 707 Main to 290 Harvard, 
ward' 2 

Coggswell avenue, from 237 North avenue 
to Fitchburg R. R., ward 5 

Coggswell place, from 11 Mead to Coggs- 
well avenue, ward 5 

Columbia, from 473 Main to Somerville 
line, wards 4 and 2 

Columbus avenue, from North avenue, 
near Arlington line, to Kimball, ward 5 

Concord avenue, from 3 Waterhouse to 
Wellington and Adams, Belmont line, 
wards 1 and 5 

Conlon court, from 152 Third, east, ward 3 

Coolidge avenue, from Mount Auburn to 
Watertown line, ward 1 

Corliss place, rear 13 Antrim, ward 2 

Cottage, fm. 103 Pearl to 44 Pleasant, wd. 4 

Cottage court, fm. 8 Cottage, south, wd. 4 

Cowperthwaite, from 25 Banks to 38 De- 
Wolf, ward 1 

Craigie, from 28 Concord avenue to 141 
Brattle, ward 1 

Creighton, from North avenue, near Wal- 
den, to Richdale avenue, ward 5 



Crescent, from 96 Oxford to 61 Sacramen- 
to, ward 5 

Crescent avenue, from Walden to Ray- 
mond, ward 5 

Crossland, from 77 Clark to Bristol, wd. 2 

Curve place, fm. 57 Kirkland, north, wd. 1 

Cushing, from Belmont, near Holworthy, 
to Belmont line, ward 1 

Cushing court, from Cushing, at residence 
of John Clark, ward 1 

Dailey alley, from 47 Cambridge to Gore, 
ward 3 

Dana, from 787 Main to 634 Cambridge, 
wards 1 and 2 

Dana square, Magazine, from Lawrence 
to Lake and Niagara, ward 4 

Daniels court, from 15 Milliard, west,wd. 1 

Davenport, from Elm, near Somerville 
line, south, ward 5 

Davis, from 125 Harvard to 42 Hampshire, 
ward 2 

Day, from 274 North avenue to Somerville 
line, ward 5 

Daye court, fm. 8 Blackstone, west, wd. 4 

Deacon, from 180 Main to foot of Pioneer, 
ward 2 

Decatur, from 81 Brookline to 136 Pearl, 
ward 4 

Decatur court, from 19 Perry, south, wd. 4 

Derby lane, from 362 Broadway to West, 
ward 2 

DeWolf, from 38 Mount Auburn to Flagg, 
ward 1 

DeWolf place, from 11 DeWolf, west, wd. 1 

Dickinson, from Broadway to Davis, wd. 2 

Dinsmore court, from 33 Willard, west, 
ward 1 

Distillhouse, from 365 Cambridge to Som- 
erville line, ward 2 

Divinity avenue, from 27 Kirkland, north, 
ward 1 

Donnell, from 99 Concord avenue to 140 
Garden, ward 5 

Douglass, fm. 513 Main, to 50 Austin, wd. 4 

Douglass court, from 5 Douglass, near 
Main, ward 4 

Dover, from 282 North avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 

Dublin, from 109 Garden to 74 Spruce, 
ward 5 

Dunster, from 1 Harvard square to Col- 
lege wharf, ward 1 

Dyke, from 27 DeWolf to Holyoke, ward 1 

East, from 113 Bridge, east, to Hall's whf., 
ward 3 

Eaton, from 23 Cherry to 12 Pine, ward 4 

Eighth, from 214 Cambridge, south, ward 3 

Eliot, from 104 Mount Auburn, to opp. 68 
Brighton, ward 1 

Eliot square, Eliot, junction Mt. Auburn, 
ward 1 

Ellery, from 811 Main to 654 Cambridge, 
ward 1 

Ellsworth avenue, from 403 Broadway to 
612 Cambridge, ward 2 

Elm, from 213 Harvard to Somerville line, 
ward 2 

Elm, from White to Russell, ward 5 

Elmer, from Sands, north, ward 1 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



19 



Elmwood avenue, from 182 Brattle to Mt. 
Auburn, near Coolidge avenue, ward 1 

Emmons place, from 35 Baldwin, west, 
ward 1 

Ericsson court, fm. 91 Green, north, wd. 4 

Erie, from 120 Brookline to 84 Magazine, 
ward 4 

Essex, fm. 591 Main to 238 Harvard, wd. 2 

Essex court, 51 Essex, ward 2 

Eustis court, from 112 Oxford, east, wd. 5 

Everett, from 42 North avenue to 45 Ox- 
ford, ward 1 

Fairfield, from opp. 7 Spruce, near North 
avenue, to Pemberton, ward 5 

Fairmont, from 105 Magazine to 100 River, 
ward 4 

Fairmont avenue, from 54 Fairmont to 
Somerset 

Farwell place, from 53 Brattle, ward 1 

Fayerweather, from 181 Brattle, north to 
Vassal lane, ward 1 

Fayette, from 369 Broadway to 504 Cam- 
bridge, ward 2 

Felton, from 409 Broadway to 728 Cam- 
bridge, ward 1 

Fifth, from 08 Winter to 75 Charles, wd. 3 

First, from 32 Cambridge to Thorudike, 
ward 3 

Flagg, from opp. 34 Putnam avenue, to 
DeWolf, ward 1 

Flagg street court, from Flagg, below 
Banks, ward 1 

Florence, from foot of Magazine to Pleas- 
ant, ward 4 

Florence place, from 31 Norfolk, ward 4 

Follen, from 9 Concord avenue to 13 Wa- 
terhouse, wa»d 1 

Forest, from 120 North avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 

Fort Putnam, junction of Fourth and Otis, 
ward 3 

Fort Washington, Washington square, 
from Waverly, foot of Allston, to G. J. 
R. R., ward 4 

Foster, from 21 Willard to 14 Lowell, wd. 1 

Foster place, from Foster, north, ward 1 

Fourth, fm. 244 Bridge to 43 Charles, wd. 3 

Fourth street place, fm. 101 Fourth, wd. 3 

Foxcroft, from Washington av. to Avon 
Hill, ward 5 

Francis avenue, from 43 Kirkland, north, 
ward 1 

Frank, from 320 North avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 

Franklin, from 29 Sidney to 22 Putnam 
avenue, ward 4 

Fresh Pond lane, from 253 Brattle to Fresh 
Pond, ward 1 

Frisbie place, from 23 Kirkland, north, 
ward 1 

Front, from 484 Main to 9 Village, ward 4 

Front street court, from 14 Front south, 
ward 4 

Frost, from 12 Roseland to Harris, ward 5 

Garden, from North avenue, at the col- 
leges, to Walden, wards 3 and 5 

Garden court, from Garden, across Dub- 
lin, east, ward 5 

Garden street place, from 37 Garden, wd. 1 



Gardner, from 31 Tremont to 110 Pros- 
pect, ward 2 

George, from Montgomery to Clay, wd. 5 

Gerry, from 138 Mt. Auburn, south, wd. 1 

Gordon place, from 8 Florence to Pleas- 
ant, ward 4 

Gore, from 152 Bridge to Somerville line, 
ward 3 

Gore place, from 132 Gore, ward 3 

Gorham, from Wendell to Hammond, 
ward 1 

Grant, from 24 DeWolf to 17 Banks, wd. 1 

Gray place, from 91 Harvard, ward 2 

Green, from 13 Sidney to 9 Putnam av- 
nue, ward 4 

Greenough avenue, from Highland av. to 
Ellsworth avenue, ward 2 

Griggs, from Putnam avenue to Howard, 
ward 4 

Groveland, from 20 Spruce, south, to 
Fitchburg railroad wharf, ward 5 

Hamilton, from 98 Magazine to Waverly, 
ward 4 

Hammond, from 62 Oxford to Carver, wd.l 

Hampshire, from 179 Broadway to Inman 
square, Somerville line, ward 2 

Hancock, from Franklin to 386 M roadway, 
ward 2 

Hancock place, from 110 Hancock, wd. 2 

Harding, from 321 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 

Harris, from foot of Frost to Beacon, Som- 
erville line, ward 5 

Harrison, from 349 Main to 68 Washing- 
ton, ward 2 

Harrison avenue, from Columbus avenue 
to White, ward 5 

Harvard, from 201 Main, L. P., to 1 Har- 
vard square, wards 2 and 1 

Harvard row, from Lyceum building, 
Harvard square, to Church, ward 1 

Harvard square, junction of 472 Harvard, 
Brattle and North avenue, ward 1 

Harvey, from 7 Cedar, west, ward 5 

Hastings, from G. J. R. R. to 56 Moore, 
ward 2 

Hastings, from Phillips place, near Berke- 
ley, ward 1 

Hastings square, Brookline, between 
Chestnut and Henry, ward 4 

Hawthorne, from 96 Brattle to Mount Au- 
burn, ward 1 

Hawthorne avenue, from 222 Brattle to 
Vassal lane, ward 1 

Hayes, from Putnam avenue, east, ward 4 

Ilealey, from Parker to Buckingham, wd.l 

Henderson place, from 10 Day, east, near 
Somerville line, ward 5 

Henry, from Waverly to 280 Pearl, ward 4 

Hewes, from Griggs to Western avenue, 
ward 4 

Highland, from Appleton to Reservoir, 
ward 1 

Highland avenue, from 393 Broadway to 
588 Cambridge, ward 2 

Hilliard, from 00 Brattle to 133 Mount 
Auburn, ward 1 

Hollis, from 235 North avenue to 37 
Spruce, ward 5 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Holly, from Clark to Brooks, ward 4 
Holly av., from Madison to Wyeth, wd. 5 
Holmes place, from 2' North avenue to 

Kirkland, ward 1 
Holworthy (Belmont), from Belmont, at 

Alt. Auburn station F. R. R., ward 1 
Holworthy place (Belmont), from Hol- 
worthy to F. R. R. , ward 1 
Holyoke, from 44S Harvard to Dyke, wd. 1 
Holyoke place, from 64 Alt. Auburn to 30 

Holyoke, ward 1 
Houghton, from 171 Prospect to Somer- 

ville line, ward 2 
Howard, from 71 River to Kinnaird, wd. 4 
Hubbard avenue, from Walden to Ray- 
mond, ward 5 
Hudson, from 71 North avenue to Hudson 

place, ward 5 
Hudson place, from 35 Hudson, ward 5 
Hunting, from 320 Cambridge to Somer- 

ville line, ward 2 
Huron, from Hawthorne avenue to Lake 

View avenue, and east, ward 1 
Inman, from 677 Main to 214 Hampshire, 

ward 2 
Inman court, from 57 Inman to Derby 

lane, ward 2 
Inman square, junction Inman, Hamp- 
shire, Cambridge, Springfield, Beacon % 
and Antrim, ward 2 
Irving, from 456 Broadway to 52 Kirkland, 

ward 1 
Jackson, fm. 103 Spruce to 52 Harvey, wd. 5 
James, from 81 Brattle to 12 Mason, wd. 1 
Jarvis, from 24 North avenue to 31 Ox- 
ford, ward 1 
Jay, from 51 River to Kinnaird, ward 4 
Jay street place, from 28 Jay, ward 4 
Jefferson, from Warren to' 22 Harding, 

ward 4 
Jennings court, from 2 Front, south, wd. 4 
John, from Cameron, west, ward 5 
Jones alley, from 350 Broadway to 13 

West, ward 2 
Jordan place, from 134 Broadway, ward 2 
Kent, east of Carver, parallel with Ham- 
mond, ward 1 
Kimball, from Columbus avenue to Whitte- 

more, ward 5 
King place, from 15 Amory, west, ward 2 
Kinnaird, from 45 River to 30 Putnam av- 
enue, ward 4 
Kirkland, from North avenue, near the 

common, to Somerville line, ward 1 

Kirkland place, from 35 Kirkland, north, 

ward 1 [ward 4 

Lake, from 170 Pearl to 76 Magazine, 

Lake View avenue, from 189 Brattle to 

Concord avenue, ward 1 
Lambert avenue, from 145 North avenue, 

west, ward 5 
Lamson place, from 42 Essex, ward 2 
Langdon, from 49 North avenue to 11 

Chauncy, ward 1 
Laurel, from 75 Pleasant to 78 River,wd. 4 
Lawn (Belmont), from Cushing, at Cush- 

ing street school-house, ward 1 
Lawrence, from 73 Pearl to 66 Magazine, 
ward 4 



Lechmere place, from 48 North, west, to 
Boston and Lowell railroad, ward 3 

Lecbmere square, Bridge, junction Cam- 
bridge, ward 3 

Lee, from 721 Main to 372 Broadway, 
ward 2 

Leigh ton court, from 26 East, north, wd. 3 

Lerned, from Cameron, near Somerville 
line, west, ward 5 

Leverett, from foot of Alagazine to Brook- 
line bridge, ward 4 

Lexington avenue, from 197 Brattle to 
Vassal lane, ward 1 

Lexington avenue, from 401 North avenue 
to Whittemore, ward 5 

Lilac court, from Portland, west, near 
Hampshire, ward 2 

Lincoln, from Webster avenue to 90 Elm, 
ward 2 [ward 2 

Lincoln place, from 7 Lincoln, north, 

Linden, from 424 Harvard to 61 Mount 
Auburn, ward 1 

Line, from 550 Cambridge to 90 Kirkland, 
wards 2 and 1 

Linnaean, from 111 North avenue to 69 
Garden, ward 5 

Locust (Belmont), from Cushing, oppo- 
site Cushing school-house, to Hol- 
worthy, ward 1 

Lopez, from 65 Brookline to 116 Pearl, 
ward 4 

Loughrey avenue, from Pioneer to Pel- 
ham, ward 2 

Lowell, from 156 Brattle to 271 Alount Au- 
burn, ward 1 

Lowland av., from 40 Spring, south, wd. 3 

Lyman, from Murray, west, ward 1 

Madison, from 63 Concord avenue to 90 
Garden, ward 5 

Madison avenue, from Columbus avenue 
to W bittern ore, ward 5 

Magazine, from 610 Main to Captain's Isl- 
and, Charles river, ward 4 

Magazine court, from 117 Alagazine to 12 
Walnut court, ward 4 

Alagee, from 54 Putnam avenue to Griggs, 
ward 4 

Main, from West Boston bridge to 400 
Harvard, wards 2, 4, 2 and 1 

Maple avenue, from 381 Broadway to 564 
Cambridge, ward 2 

Market, from 207 Broadway to 32 Elm, 
ward 2 

Marsh court, from 209 Alt. Auburn, wd. 1 

Marvin place, from 58 Columbia, ward 4 

Mason, from 85 Brattle to 11 Garden, wd. 1 

Maynard place, from 261 Mt. Auburn, wd. 1 

AlcCabe, from 277 Cambridge to 10 Jeffer- 
son, ward 2 

McDonald, from Mt. Auburn, opposite 
cemetery gate, north, ward 1 

McLean place, from 41 Cedar, ward 5 

Meacham, from 294 North avenue to Som- 
erville line, ward 5 

Alead, from 23 Walden to Coggswell av- 
enue, ward 5 

Alechanic square, junction Broadway, 
Hampshire, Webster avenue and Port- 
land streets, ward 2 



STEEETS, COURTS, AVEXUES, ETC. 



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M 

^M 
M< 
M 



Mellen, from 50 North avenue to 55 Ox- 
ford, ward 1 

Mill, from 25 De Wolf to 50 Holyoke.wd. 1 

Montgomery, from 77 Spruce to 28 Har- 
vey, ward 5 

oore, from 357 Main to 212 Broadway, 
ward 2 

ount Auburn, from 842 Main to Bel- 
mont line, ward 1 

Mount Auburn place, from 132 Mt. Au- 
burn, south, ward 1 

Mount Pleasant, from Walden, southerly, 
ward 5 

Mount Vernon, from 139 North avenue, 
ward 5 

Mullins court, from 46 Winter, ward 3 

Munroe, from Third, west to Sixth, wd. 3 

Murdock, from 162 Hampshire to 9 Gard- 
ner, ward 2 

Murray, from junction Eliot and Bennet 
to the Charles river, ward 1 

Myrtle place, from 31 Moore, between 
Washington and School, ward 4 

New, from Concord avenue, nextF. Pi. P., 
ward 5 

Newton, from Chestnut to Walnut, be- 
tween Pearl and Magazine, ward 4 
iagara, from 16 Lawrence to 17 Lake, 
ward 4 

ichols place, from 21 Baldwin, west,wd. 1 
inth, from233 Cambridge to Potter. wd. 3 
orfolk, from 5^9 Main to Somerville line, 
wards 4 and 2 

orfolk court, from 73 Norfolk, between 
Broadway and Harvard, ward 2 
orris, from 307 North avenue, to 50 Ce- 
dar, ward 5 
orth, from 13 Water to 16 East, ward 3 

North avenue, from Harvard square to 
Arlington line, wards 1 and 5 

Norton, from 25 Bowdoin to 10 Avon,wd.5 

Norton place, from 12 Norton, ward 5 

Nutting place, from 128 Mount Auburn, 
south, ward 1 

Oak, from 509 Cambridge to Somerville 
line, ward 2 

Orchard, from 9 Davenport to Somerville 
line, ward 5 

Osborn, from 368 Main, south, to State, 
ward 4 

Otis, from First to Ninth, ward 3 

Otter, from 24 Cowperthwaite to 21 De- 
Wolf, ward 1 

Oxford, from 13 Kirkland to Somerville 
line, wards 1 and 5 

Pacific, from Brookline, east to Albany, 
ward 4 

Palmer, from 8 Brattle to 16 Church, wd.l 

Park, from 81 Magazine to 80 Pleasant, 
ward 4 

Parker, from 40 Concord avenue, south, 
ward 1 

Pearl, from 568 Main to the Charles river, 
ward 4 

Pelham, from 70 Broadway to 197 Main, 
ward 2 

Pemberton, from Spruce, near 257 North 
avenue, to Fairfield, ward 5 

Percy place, from 40 Essex, ward 2 



Perry, from 127 Pearl to 54 Magazine, wd. 4 
Pettingill court, from 58 Second, east,wd.3 
Phillips place, from 9 Mason to 18 Garden, 

ward 1 
Pilgrim, from Brookline, east to Albany, 

ward 4 
Pine, from 87 School to 190 Harvard, 

wards 4 and 2 
Pioneer, from 52 Broadway, across Main, 

to Deacon, ward 2 
Pioneer avenue, from 32 Broadway to 5 

Pelham, ward 2 
Pleasant, from 672 Main to Florence, wd. 4 
Pleasant place, from 48 Pleasant, ward 4 
Plymouth, from 91 Hampshire to Portland, 

ward 2 
Plympton, from 404 Harvard to Bow, wd.l 
Pond place, from 100 Putnam avenue, 

east, ward 4 
Porter, from 37 Warren to 39 Harding, 

ward 2 
Portland, from Main to Cambridge, wards 

4 and 2 
Potter, from Third to Ninth, ward 3 
Prescott, from 391 Harvard to 472 Broad- 
way, ward 1 
Prince, from 99 Magazine to 112 Pleasant, 

ward 4 
Prison point road, from Bridge, near Crai- 

gie's bridge, to Charlestown line, wd. 3 
Prospect, from 617 Main to Somerville 

line, ward 2 
Putnam avenue, from 1 Mt. Auburn to 

Waverly, wards 4, 1 and 4 
rutnam court, from 54 Putnam avenue, 

ward 4 
Quincy, from Quincy square to 28 Kirk- 
land, ward 1 
Quincy square, junction Main, Harvard 

and'Quincy, at Beck hall, ward 1 
Railroad, from 140 Dublin to Fitchburg 

P. P., ward 5 
' Raymond, from 51 Linnaean to Fitchburg 

R. P., ward 5 
Raymond court, from Raymond, opposite 

Prof. Edward J. Young's estate, ward 5 
Reardon, from Waverly to G. J. R. R., 

ward 4 
Reed, from 67 Spruce to 16 Harvey, wd. 5 
Regent, from 197 North avenue to F. R.R., 

ward 5 
Remington, from 857 Main to 3S0 Har- 
vard, ward 1 
Reservoir, from 10 Fayerweather to 114 

Concord avenue, ward 1 
Revere place, from 134 Mount Auburn to 

Gerry, ward 1 
Rice, from 299 North avenue to 60 Cedar, 

ward 5 
: Richdale avenue, from Walden, east, to 

near Lambert avenue, ward 5 
River, from 620 Main to Brighton line, 

ward 4 
Riverside place, from Western avenue, 

opposite Blackstone, ward 1 
Rockwell, from 85 Pleasant to 86 River, 

ward 4 
i Rogers, from Third to Ninth, ward 3 
Rollins court, from 8 Watson, south,wd. 4 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Roseland, from 138 North avenue to Som- 

erville line, ward I 
Russell, from 242 North avenue to Somer- 

ville line, ward 5 
Sacramento, from 70 North avenue to 

Somerville Hue, wards 5 and 1 
Sacramento place, from 25 Sacramento, 

north, ward 5 
Salem, from 62 Auburn to 23 Watson, wd.4 
Sands, from Putnam avenue to the Charles 

river, ward 1 
Sargent, from 70 Spruce to Railroad, wd. 5 
Saville, from Appleton to Walden, ward 1 
Sceva place, from 14 Green, ward 4 
School, from 331 Main to 23 Austin, wd. 4 
School street court, from 35 School, wd.4 
Seckel, from 54 Webster avenue to 110 

Winsor, ward 2 
Second, from 24 Gore to 28 Spring, wd. 3 
Second street court, from 64 Second, wd. 3 
Seventh, from north of Cambridge to 

south of Thorndike, ward 3 
Shawmut avenue, see Walnut av.,ward 5 
Shepard, from 63 North avenue to 47 Gar- 
den, wards 5 and 1 
Short, from 145 Bridge, to 42 North, wd. 3 
Sibley court, from 19 Sparks, west, wd. 1 
Sidney, from Henry to Hamilton, and 

from 8 Front to Auburn, ward 4 
Sixth, from 144 Gore to Harvard, junction 

Main, wards 3 and 2 
Soden, from 29 Western avenue to 150 

Franklin, ward 4 
Soden place, from 14 Soden, ward 4 
Somerset, from Putnam avenue to Walnut 

court, ward 4 
Somerville avenue, from 150 North ave- 
nue, Union sq.,to Somerville line, wd. 5 
South, fm. 41 Holyoketo64 Brighton, wd.l 
Sparks, from 237 Mt. Auburn to 80 Con- 
cord avenue, ward 1 
Sparks street place, from 70 Concord ave- 
nue to 104 Sparks, ward 1 
Spring, from 72 Second to Ninth, ward 3 
Springfield, from 527 Cambridge to Som- 
erville line, ward 2 
Spring place, from rear 126 Spring to rear 

140 do., ward 3 
Spruce, from 257 North avenue to the 

meadows, ward 5 
Squire's court, from 164 Gore, south, wd. 3 
State, from 13 Front to Osborn, ward 4 
Stevens court, from 11 Fourth, west, wd. 3 
Stinson court, from 36 Somerset, ward 4 
Story, from 48 Brattle to 125 Mt. Auburn, 
ward 1 [ward 2 

Suffolk, from 49 Columbia to 46 Norfolk, 
Summer, fm. 105 Prospect to Inman, wd. 2 
Sumner, from 735 Cambridge to 3S Kirk- 
land, ward 1 
Talbot, from Waverly, at Fort Washing- 
ton, to G. J. R. R., ward 4 
Tannery, from 382 North avenue to the 

almshouse, ward 5 
Temple, fm. 641 Main to 134 Austin, wd. 2 
Tenney, from 39 Orchard to Elm, Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 
Third, from Boston & Lowell railroad, E. 
Cambridge, to 27 Main, wards 3 and 2 



Thorndike, from First to Ninth, ward 3 

Tremont, from 393 Broadway, to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 

Trowbridge, from 839 Main to Kirkland, 
ward 1 

Tufts, from Magazine to Pearl, south of 
Chestnut, ward 4 

Tuttle, from 8 Donnell to 9 Wyeth, ward 5 

Union, from 37 Market to 8 Lincoln, wd. 2 

Union square, junction 160 North avenue 
with Somerville avenue, ward 5 

Upton, from 55 Magazine to 56 Pleasant, 
ward 4 [ward 4 

Valentine, from 95 Brookline to 168 Pearl, 

Vassal lane, from 85 Sparks to Lake View 
avenue, ward 1 

Vernon, from 700 Main to 129 Green, 
ward 4 

Village, from 18 State to 35 Front, ward 4 

Vine, from 99 South Third to Ninth, wd. 3 

Vineyard (Belmont), from Cushing, wd. 1 

Walden, from 225 North avenue, to opp. 
114 Concord avenue, wards 5 and 1 

Walker, from Shepard, opposite Wallace 
to Linn £e an, ward 5 

Walker court, from Flagg, near Putnam 
avenue, ward 1 

Walker place, from 130 Third, east, wd. 3 

Wallace, from 41 Garden, to 38 Shepard, 
ward 1 

Walnut avenue, from 23 Arlington to 
Lambert avenue, ward 5 

Walnut court, from 174 Putman avenue, 
ward 4 

Ware, from 385 Harvard to 462 Broadway, 
ward 1 [ward 4 

Warlaud, from 71 Magazine to 70 Pleasant, 

Warren, from 263 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 

Washington, from 375 Main to 32 Norfolk, 
ward 2 

Washington avenue, from Lambert ave- 
nue to Foxcroft, ward 5 

Washington square (see Fort Washing- 
ton), ward 4 

Water, from 185 Bridge to Miller's river, 
ward 3 

Waterhouse, from 17 Garden to 11 North 
avenue, ward 1 

Watson, from 49 Brookline to 94 Pearl, 
ward 4 

Waverly, from Henry to Hamilton, wd. 4 

Webster avenue, from 49 Hampshire to 
Somerville line, ward 2 

Wellington (Belmont), from Concord ave- 
nue, next Belmont line, to Wellington 
brook, Arlington line, ward 5 

Wendell, from 58 North avenue to Carver, 
ward 1 

West, from 53 Inman to Lee, ward 2 

Westacott court, from 224 Putnam ave- 
nue, ward 4 

Western avenue, from 622 Main, Central 
square to Brighton line, ward 4 

White, from Union square to Elm in Som- 
erville, ward 5 

Whitney avenue, from Putnam avenue to 
Chestnut, ward 4 

Whitney court, from 8 Essex, ward 2 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



23 



Whittemore, from Lexington avenue, 

west, ward 5 
Willard, from 114 Brattle to 185 Mount 

Auburn, ward 1 
Willard court, from 19 Foster, ward 1 
Willard street court, from 18 Willard, wd. 1 
William, from 87 Pearl to 26 River, wd. 4 
Willow, from 345 Cambridge to Sorner- 

yille line, ward 2 
Willis court, from Mount Auburn, oppo- 
site Elrawood avenue, ward 1 
Winsor, from 403 Main to Somerville line, 
wards 4 and 2 



Winter, from 206 Bridge to 4 Fifth, wd. 3 

Winthrop, from 33 Holyoke to 8 Eliot, 
ward 1 

Winthrop square, junction Mt. Auburn, 
Brighton, and Winthrop, ward 1 

Woodlawn (Belmont), from Gushing, near 
Vineyard, to Gushing, near Belmont 
line, ward 1 

Worcester, from 59 Columbia to 54 Nor- 
folk, ward 2 

Wright, from 33 Hudson to 8 Norton, wd. 5 

Wyeth, from 79 Concord avenue to 106 
Garden, ward 5 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



Almshouse, Tannery, ward 5 

Baldwin block, rear 95 Main, near West 

Boston bridge, ward 2 
Beacon building, Cambridge, n. Inman sq. 
Beck Hall, Quincy square, junction Main, 

Quincy and Harvard, ward 1 
Boyle block, from 34 Charles, ward 3 
Brewer's block. Brattle square, ward 1 
Broadway block, Broadway, between Fifth 

and Main 
Brooks building, 361 Main 
Buck's block, Seventh, near Gore 
Buckley's Hall, 547 Main 
Burrage block, Bristol, between Hamp- 
shire and Webster avenue 
Butler block, rear 10 Charles Pviver, wd. 1 
Central square building, Green, ward 4 
Chronicle building, 573 Main, opp. Pearl 
City building. Brattle square, ward 1 
City Hall, 600 Main 
Clark block, 497 Main 
Concordia Hall, 200 Cambridge 
Conservatory Hall, 4 Lee, corner Main 
Court House, Third, cor. Otis, E. C. 
Douglass block, Main, corner Essex 
Emerson block, foot of Crescent av.. wd. 5 
Felton building, Trowbridge, c. Cambridge 
Fiske block, 423 to 439 Main 
Foster's block, 87 Main 
Freemasons Hall, Dunster. n. Harvard sq. 
Goldsmith Hall, 89 Cambridge 
Good Templars Hall, 149 North avenue 
Gothic Hall, Orchard, cor. Allen, ward 5 
Grant building, 623 Main 
G. A. R. Hall (postST), 230 Cambridge, E.C. 
G. A. R. Hall (post 56), Palmer, c. Brattle 
Hannum block, 114 Broadway. n.G. J. R.R. 
Harugari Hall, Sixth, corner Spring 
Harvard, or Little's block, Harvard sq., 

corner Dunster 
Hawkins block, Charles, east of Third 
Henderson block, North av., opp. Walden 
Hilton block, 424 to 430 Harvard, corner 

Linden, and 448 Harvard, cor. Holyoke 
Hixon block, 57, 59 Portland 
House of Correction; Thorndike, near 

Third. East Cambridge 
Hovey block, 402 Main 
Hyde block, Main, Central square 
Independence Hall, rear 55 Norfolk 



Inman building, Cambridge, between 

Beacon and Springfield 
Inman Hall. Inman square, between Bea- 
con and Springfield 
Institute Hall, 107 Cambridge 
Kernan block, rear 13 to 17 Charles River 
Knights of Honor Hall, 89 Cambridge 
Lechmere bank building, Cambridge, cor. 

Second 
Lechmere block, Bridge, junc. Cambridge 
Lechmere bldg., Cambridge, junc. Bridge 
Liuehan block, Third, near Winter 
Lyceum building, Harvard sq., c. Brattle 
Lyceum Hall, Henderson block, North av. 
Lyceum Hall, Lyceum bldg., Harvard sq. 
Main block, Main, corner Pearl 
Masonic block, Main, near Temple 
Masonic Hall, 89 Cambridge, E. Cambridge 
Masonic Hall, 033 Main, Cambridgeport 
Masonic Hall, 240 North avenue, North 

Cambridge 
Melledge's block. Main, corner Norfolk 
Moore's block, Mt. Auburn, cor. Charles 

River, and Main, corner Trowbridge 
Moore's building. 6 to 8 Brattle 
Murphy Hall, Dublin 
Odd Fellows Hall, 15 Brattle, Cambridge 
Odd Fellows Hall, 83 Cambridge 
Odd Fellows Hall. 240 North avenue 
Odd Fellows Hall, 583 Main, Cambridgep't 
Odd Fellows Hall, Holyoke, corner Main 

Cambridge 
Pelham Hall. 603 Main 
Potter's block, 1S7 to 199 North avenue 
Pythian Hall, Hyde's block. 603 Main 
Ramsay's building, 1 Brattle 
Bobbins block, l.to 10 Prospect 
Roberts block, 15 Brattle 
Roberts Hall, 15 Brattle 
Rogers block, junction Main, and Wash- 
ington and Brewery 
Rolling Mill block, Bristol, between Berk- 
shire and Portland 
Saunders block, 38 and 42 North avenue 
Shea's bloc"k, 151 to 155 Bridge 
Shepherd's block, 9 Charles River 
Smart's building, rear 380 Main 
Social Union Hall, 15 Brattle 
Sons of Temperance Hall, Lechmere bank 
building, Cambridge, East Cambridge 



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COLLEGE BUILDINGS, WHARVES, CEMETERIES. 



Sovereign's Hall, 573 Main 

Squire's block, Squire's ct., from 164 Gore 

State Arsenal, Cliauncy, cor. Concord av. 

Stratton's block, Cambridge, near Fifth 

Swiney's block, Gore, near Fifth 

Symond's block, 24 DeWolf 

Temperance Hall, Union square, North 

Cambridge 
Templars Hall, 548 Main 
"Temple block, Main, corner Temple 
Temple Hall, Temple, corner Main 



Union Hall, 631 Main 
University Hall, 11 Brighton 
Waitt's Hall, Cambridge, junction Hamp- 
shire, In man square 
Watson block, 560 Main 
Welch's block,North,opp.N.E. GlassWorks 
Wellington Hall (G. A. R. post 30), Pearl 
Wheatland's block, Camb'dge, junc. Bridge 
Whitney's block, 465 Main 
Whitney's building. Brattle square 
Woodbury's building, Otis 



COLLEGE BUILDINGS. 



Alumni Hall, junction Kirkland, Quincy 

and Cambridge, 1874 
Appleton Chapel, College yard, 1856 
Astronomical Observatory, Garden, oppo- 
site Linnsean, 1846 [1805 
Botanic Garden, Garden, corner Linnsean, 
Boylston Hall, College yard, 1857 
Burnham Hall (Episcopal Theological 

Seminary), Brattle, 1879 
College House, 1 to 13 Harvard row, 1846 
Dane Hall, College yard, 1832 
Divinity Hall, Divinity avenue, 1826 
Gore Hall, College yard, 1838 
Gray's Hall, College yard, 1863 
Harvard Gymnasium, junction Kirkland 

and Holmes place, 1878 
Harvard Hall, College yard, 1766 
Holden Chapel, College yard, 1724 



Hollis Hall, College yard, 1763 
Holworthy Hall, College vard, 1812 
Holyoke House, 450 to 458 Harvard, 1871 
Lawrence Hall, Brattle, near Mason, 1S73 
Lawrence Scientific School, Kirkland, 

corner Holmes place, 1848 
Massachusetts Hall, College yard, 1720 
Matthews Hall, College yard, 1870 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, Divinity 

avenue and Oxford, 1859 
Peabody Museum of Archaeology, Divinity 

avenue. 1877 
Sever Hall, College yard, 1878 
Stoushton Hall, College yard, 1805 
Thayer Hall, College yard, 1869 
University Hall, College yard, 1812 
Wadsworth House, College yard, 1726 
Weld Hall, College yard, 1871 



WHAKVES. 



Bent Geo. H., 168 Main 

Boynton's, 48 Bridge, E. Cambridge 

Brooks, 221 Bridge 

Burrage Bros., 13 Broadway 

City, 184 Main 

College, foot of Dunster 

Day M., 132 Main, Lower Port 

Gale & Wood's, 69 Main 

Gas House, foot of Bath, ward 1 

Gas House, Third, near Broad canal 

Gore, Third, next gas-house 

Hall's, foot of East street, East Cambridge 

Hastings, East, near Bridge, E. Cambridge 



Holmes & Rugg's, 166 River 

Holt's, East, near Bridge, East Cambridge 

Hubbard's, foot of Charles River 

N. E. Glass House, foot of North 

Revere Sugar Refinery, foot of Water 

Sanborn's, 68 Bridge, East Cambridge 

Smith's, 180 Main 

Tower's, rear 139 Broadway [bridge 

Warren, Bridge street, next to Craigie 

Wellington Austin C, 5 Broadway 

Wellington H. & Co., 2S Bridge 

Winthrop, foot of DeWolf 

Wyman's, 84 Bridge 



CEMETERIES. 



Cambridge, Coolidge av.,n.Watertown line 
Catbolic, Spruce, opposite Jackson 
Mount Auburn, Mount Auburn street, n. 
Watertown line 



Old Burying Ground, ward 1, North ave- 
nue, opposite College grounds, B. F. 
Wyeth, superintendent 



BRIDGES, WARD BOUNDARIES. 



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BRIDGES. 



Brookline street, from foot Brookline 
street, Cambridgeport, to Boston 

Cambridge street, from River street, Cam- 
bridgeport. to Brighton district 

Canal or Craigie, from Cambridge street, 
East Cambridge, to Boston 

North Harvard street, from Brighton 



street, Cambridge, to Brighton district 
Prison Point, from Prison Point road, 

East Cambridge, to Charlestown 
West Boston, from Main street, Cam- 
bridgeport, to Boston 
Western avenue, from Western avenue, 
Cambridgeport, to Brighton district 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



WARD 1. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Belmont, on 
Concord avenue, thence by the center of 
Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the center of Bond street to Garden street, 
thence by the center of Garden street to 
Shepard street, thence by the center of 
Shepard street to North avenue, thence by 
the center of North avenue to Sacramento 
street, thence by the center of Sacramento 
street to the boundary line between Cam- 
bridge and Somerville, thence by said 
boundary line to a point which would be 
struck by the central line of Dana street 
if extended northerly to said boundary 
line, thence by a line to Dana street, and 
by the center of Dana street to Main 
street, thence by the center of Main street 
to Mount Auburn street, thence by the 
center of Mount Auburn street to Putnam 
avenue, thence by the center of Putnam 
avenue to Western avenue, thence by the 
center of Western avenue to the bounda- 
ry line between Cambridge and Brighton, 
thence by said boundary line to theboun- 
dary line between Cambridge and Water- 
town, thence by the last-mentioned boun- 
dary line to tbe boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, thence by the 
last-mentioned boundary line to the point 
begun at. 

WARD 2. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Somerville, 
at a point which would be struck by the 
central line of Dana street, if extended 
northerly to said boundary line, thence by 
a line to Dana street, and by the center of 
Dana street to Main street, thence through 
the center of Main street to Norfolk 
street, thence by the center of Norfolk 
street to Washington street, thence by the 
center of Washington street, to the junc- 
tion of Washington and Main streets, 
thence by a line at a right angle, souther- 
ly, to the water, thence by the water to 
the mouth of Broad canal, thence by the 
center of Broad canal to North canal, 



thence by the center of North canal, and 
northerly, in a line continued therefrom, 
to the boundary line between Cambridge 
and Somerville, thence by said boundary 
line to the point begun at. 

WARD 3. Beginning at the mouth of 
Broad canal, thence by the center of 
Broad canal to North canal, thence by the 
center of North canal, and northerly, in a 
line continued therefrom, to the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Somerville, 
thence by said boundary line to the waters 
of Charles river, thence by the water to 
the point begun at. 

'WARD 4. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Brighton, on 
Western avenue, thence through the cen- 
ter of Western avenue to Putnam avenue, 
thence through the center of Putnam av- 
enue to Mount Auburn street, thence 
through the center of Mount Auburn 
street to Main street, thence through the 
center of Main street to Norfolk street, 
thence through the center of Norfolk street 
to Washington street, thence through the 
center of Washington street to the junc- 
tion of Washington and Main streets, 
thence by a line at a right angle, south- 
erly, to the water, thence by the water to 
the point begun at. 

WARD 5. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Belmont, on 
Concord avenue, thence by the center of 
Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the center of Bond street to Garden street, 
thence by the center of Garden street to 
Shepard street, thence by the center of 
Shepard street to North avenue, thence 
by the center of North avenue to Sacra- 
mento street, thence by the center of Sac- 
ramento street to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Somerville, thence 
by said boundary line to the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Arlington, 
thence by the said last-mentioned boun- 
dary line to the point begun at. 



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CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEO. F. RICHER <& CO., 

Machine Carpet Beaters, 

Improved Machine Patented Sept. 18, 1877. 

CARPETS BEAT OR LAID, THREE CENTS PER YARD. 

Upholsterers % Furniture Repairers. 

Mattresses^ Feather Beds, Jbc, Re- made and Renovated, 

613 Main St., opp. Csntral Square, CAMBHIDSEPOST, MASS. 



(Successors to ALLEN & EXDIfOTT), Manufacturers of 



* 



STEAM ENGINES, 

Machinery, Elevators, 

FROGS AND SWITCHES, SHAFTING, HANGERS, BOILER 
AND ALL OTHER CASTINGS. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, 
No. 356 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

ROBERT WmTZIS, 



Manufacturer of all kinds of 




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Also, Dealer in MEATS and VEGETABLES, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



STORE, 1S6 CAMBRIDGE STREET, 

Manufactory, cor. Tuorudike and Eighth Sts., 



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CAMBBIDG-E 

DIRECTORY, 



1881. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 
Ab., above; agt., agent; asst., assistant; av., avenue; b. or bds., boards; bet., between; bldg., build- 
ing; blk., block; (B.), Boston; com. mer., commission merchant: c. or cor., corner; ct., court; C. W. 
W., Cambridge Water Works; Ep. Theo. School, Episcopal Theological School; h., house; H. U., 
Harvard University; lab., laborer; L. P., Lower Port; mkr., maker; mnfr., manufacturer; n., near; 
opp., opposite; pi., place; P. O., Post-office; pres., president; rd., road; Rev., reverend; r., rear; st., 
street; sec, secretin-)- sq., square; supt., superintendent; treas., treasurer; (U. S. A.), United States 
Army; (U. S. N.), United States Navy; U. R. Co., Union Railway Co.; whol., wholesale; wid., widow; 
whf., wharf. Where the name of a corporation, factory, or firm appears immediately after the name, 
it indicates the place of business. After the name of the street, the word street is omitted. 



AARON" LEWIS (Aaron & Parker), cigar 
maker, 513 Main, house 40 Winsor 

Aaron Moss, cigar maker, li. 65 Washington 

Aaron & Parker (Lewis Aarcn and Fred- 
erick C. Parker), cigars and tobacco, 
513 Main 

Abay Joseph, tailor, 430 Harvard, house 
34 Charles River 

Abbe Alanson J., student H. U., rooms 
28 Matthews Hall 

Abbot Anne W. Miss, boards 23 Berkeley 

Abbot Ezra, Bussey Prof, of New Testa- 
ment Criticism and Interpretation H. 
U., house 23 Berkeley 

Abbot Francis E., house Lake View av., 
5th on right 

Abbot George W., com. mer. (21 Central 
wharf, B.), house 294 Harvard 

Abbot Walter L., clerk (21 Central wharf, 
B.), boards 294 Harvard 

Abbott Albert W., clerk, b. 154 Cambridge 

Abbott Albion F., polisher, 624 Main, 
79 In man 

Abbott Brazilian C, coffin maker, 203 
Bridge, house at South Boston 

Abbott Charles H., grain and feed (106 
Canal, B.), house 25 Ellery 

Abbott Charles J., coal and wood, 16 
Pearl, boards 9£ River 



Abbott Charles L., counselor-at-law (48 

Congress, room 22, B.), bds. 29 River 
Abbott Charles S., box maker, 1 Hamp- 
shire, house 41 Clark 
Abbott Edward Rev., pastor St. James 

church, house Channing 
Abbott Edward M. Mrs., house 7 Chauncy 
Abbott Edward W., painter, 436 Main, 

boards 15 Salem 
Abbott Ezra, building mover, house 77 

Washington [Inman 

Abbott Frank, polisher, 624 Main, h. 79 
Abbott Gordon, student H. U., rooms 10 

Little's block 
Abbott Horatio K, engineer, Bridge, cor. 

Third, house 154 Cambridge 
Abbott John, engineer, h. 237 Broadway- 
Abbott John K., real estate (11 Cornhill, 

B. ), house 8 Fairmont 
Abbott John P., printer, h. 169 Norfolk 
Abbott Levi, machinist, house 29 River 
Abbott Lucy K. Mrs., boarding-house, 5 

Dickinson 
Abercrombie Boiling G., salesman (200 

Devonshire, B.), boards 26 Brattle 
Abercrombie Sarah G., widow of Milo B., 

house 27 Brattle 
Abercrombie Talulah G. Miss, teacher 

Quincy primary school, bds. 26 Brattle 



FLORISTS, 



820 MAItV 



3FLI3E3KT c*3 SORT, 

AIVR 89 SPARKS STREETS. 



ABE 



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Abercrombie Winona Miss, teacher pri- 
vate school, boards 20 Brattle 

Aberle Jacob Mrs., house off Eighth, near 
Spring 

Aberle Jacob jr., cooper, house Eighth, 
corner Spring 

Aberle John, cooper, boards Mrs. Jacob 
Aberle's, Eighth 

Aberle Philip (88 North, B.), bds. Jacob 
Aberle's, Eighth 

Abrahams Abraham J. Mrs., h. 7 Rollins ct. 

Abrahams Henry, cigar maker (25 Court, 
B.), house rear 6 Lopez 

Abrahams Julius, printer, b. 7 Rollins ct. 

Abroe Mary Ann, widow of Francis, house 
195 Mt. Auburn 

Acheson Henry, bookkeeper, h. 46 Pelhaui 

Ackers Charles H., bread store, 63 West- 
ern avenue, house 16 Jay 

Ackers Hannah Miss, h. 21 Sacramento 

Ackers John L. P., painter, 460 Main, 
boards 16 Jay 

Ackers Mehitable Miss, h. 21 Sacramento 

Ackers William H., printer Riverside 
Press, boards 414 Main 

Adams Adelbert A., whalebone worker 
(24 Lincoln, B.), house 288J Broadway 

Adams Albert, mason, house 17 Winthrop 

Adams Alexander, blacksmith, 368 Main, 
boards 1 Hampshire 

Adams Alexander L., boards 5 Story 

Adams Caroline M., widow of Reuben A., 
boards 14 Meacham 

Adams Charles J., deputy jailer and mas- 
ter House of Correction, Thorndike, 
corner Third, house do. 

Adams Charles O., fireman (P. O., Boston), 
house 16 Upton 

Adams Charles W., bookkeeper (22 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 442 Broadway 

Adams Charles W. S., leather (Harvard), 
house 134 North avenue 

Adams David J. jr., foreman of cutters 
Howard M. Sawyer, h. 71 Thorndike 

Adams Dean J , at Navy Yard (Charles- 
town), house 102 Thorndike 

Adams Edward F., bookkeeper (39 Frank- 
lin, B.), house 89 Thorndike 

Adams Frances A. Miss, house 12 Austin 

Adams Frederick W., driver U. R. Co., 
house at Belmont 

ADAMS FREEDOM, Union Car- 
pet Beating Co. (228 Cambridge, B.), 

house 5 Union 
Adams George, waiter Memorial Hall 
Adams George B., clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard 

row, boards 10 Shepard 
Adams Harry B., asst. ticket agent F. R. 

R. (Causeway, B. ). bds. 2 Walnut av. 
Adams Harry II. (Custom House, B.), 

house 53 Third 
Adams Helen Mrs., house end Bennet 
Adams James, laborer B. & M. R. R., 

house 162 Otis 
Adams James II., teamster, Rhoades 

building, State, h. 101 Broadway 
Adams James S., printer, boards 77 River 



Adams John P., gas fixtures, 12 Harvard 

row, house 10 Shepard 
Adams John T., laborer, h. 54 Portland 
Adams Joseph H., student H. U., rooms 

49 Weld Hall 
Adams Joseph M., whalebone-worker (24 

Lincoln, B.), house 4 Tufts 
Adams J. Gedney, bookkeeper, house 

Wallace, near Garden 
Adams Lester W., driver U. R. Co., bds. 

15 Pleasant 
Adams Lyman M., painter U. R. Co., 

Dunster, boards at Somerville 
Adams Margaret M., widow of John,house 

82 Pearl 
Adams Mary A., widow of James Q., 

boarding-house, 42 River 
Adams Maurice H., machinist Am. Net 

and Twine Co., h. r. 58 Cambridge 
Adams Peter, printer Riverside Press, 

house 84 School [Meacham 

Adams Sophia, widow of Elihu, boards 12 
Adams Theodore P., teacher high school, 

house at Boston 
Adams William, real estate (69 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 727 Cambridge 
Adams William H. Mrs., h. 2 Pioneer av. 
Adams William R. (Adams & Lincoln), 

dry goods, 98 Cambridge, h. 62 Otis 
Adams & Lincoln (William R. Adams and 

Alfred Lincoln), dry goods, 93 Camb. 
A. D. Club, 14 Dunster 
Addelstine John G., cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 

house 24 Worcester 
Addison Charles M., student Theological 

school, Brattle, house 3 Garden 
Addison Julia Mrs., house 3 Garden 
Agassiz Alexander, curator Museum of 

Comparative Zoology H. U., and (V9 

Pemberton sq., B.), house 36 Quincy 
Agassiz Elizabeth C, widow of Louis, 

house 36 Quincy 
Agassiz George R., student H. U., rooms 

39 Matthews Hall [97 do. 

Agen James, soap-maker, 172 Pearl, house 
Agen James E., laborer, boards 97 Pearl 
Agen Thomas, laborer, boards 124 Pearl 
Agen, see Aigin, also Eagen 
Agnew Howard, student H. U., rooms 17 

Dunster 
Ahearn Bridget, widow of Michael, house 

169 Norfolk [17 Cherry 

Ahearn Cecelia, widow of John, house 
Ahearn David, saloon, 32 Cambridge, 

house 29 do. 
Ahearn Dennis, laborer, house 200 Dublin 
Ahearn Dennis, baker, house 45 Amory 
Ahearn Ellen, wid. of John, h. 45 Amory 
Ahearn Eugene, laborer B. & L. R. R., 

house 3 Linnehan block. Third 
Ahearn Mary, wid. of John, h. 104 Third 
Ahearn Maurice, laborer, h. 149 Dublin 
Ahearn Maurice, laborer, boards 95 Third 
Ahearn Maurice, laborer, house 125 Web- 
ster avenue 
Ahearn Maurice J., broker (5 Tremont, 

room 5, B.), house 320 North avenue 



BURDITT & WILLIAMS, 
Wholesale and Retail. 20 DOCK SQUARE. 



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Ahearn Richard A., blacksmith, boards 

(Dublin [Jefferson 

Ahearn Thomas, marble-worker, house 41 

Ahearn Thomas, carpenter John Reardon 

& Sons, boards 2 Lawrence 
Ahearn Timothy, baker, h. 170 Franklin 
Ahern Michael, bricklayer, house 2 Em- 
mons place 
Ahern, see Ahearn, also O'Hearn 
Aigin Michael, house 2(3 Vine 
Aigin, see Agen and Eagan, also Egen 
Aiken Charles H., clerk, 360 Cambridge, 

boards 152 Spring 
Aiken Fred. J., confectioner, 243 Broad- 
way, boards 152 Spring 
Aiken Joseph M. (Aiken & Woodard), 
360 Cambridge, house 152 Spring 

AIKEN & WOODAUD (Joseph 
M. Aiken and Jonas Woodard), char- 
coal, hay, etc., 300 Cambridge 

Ainslee Oscar, house 64 Cherry 

Akerman George, machinist, 163 Pleasant, 
house 170 Putnam avenue 

Akerman M. Louise Miss, teacher River- 
side primarv school, boards 9 Sumner 
AL.BEE SU3INEK, overseer of the 
poor and attorney-at-law (20 Court, 
room 1», B.), house 30 Essex 

Alberts Albert, laborer, house 131 Third 

Alberts Clement P., house 131 Third 

Alberts Frank, laborer, boards 131 Third 

Alberty Antonio, carver F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 

Alden Albert, house 59 Spring 

Alden Ann Mrs., confectionery, etc., 546 
Main, house do. [h. do. 

Alden Carrie A., music teacher, 471 Main, 

Alden Charles A. (181 Broad, B.), boards 
7S Hancock 

Alden Fannie L. Miss, music teacher, 
house 471 Main 

Alden George A., commission merchant 
(169 Congress, B. ), house 317 Harvard 

Alden Geo. E., clerk (169 Congress, B.), 
boards 317 Harvard 

Alden Geo. L., mason, h. 132 Franklin 

Alden Geo. W., plasterer, bds. 19 Hewes 

Alden Louisa M. Mrs., dressmaker, 471 
Main, house do. 

Alden Oliver X., painter IT. R. Co., Duns- 
ter, house 17 Murdock 

Alden Sophia D., widow of Elbridge G., 
house 78 Hancock 

Alden Thomas, bookbinder, h. 546 Main 

Alden T. H., driver U. R. Co., 3 Harvard 
square 

Alden Wm. R., plasterer, house 19 Hewes 

Alden Wm. T., fly finisher, 162 Broadway, 
house 21 Essex 

Alderson Sarah P., widow, bds. 45 Clark 

Aldrich Ambrose, com. mer. (5 Merchants 
row, B.), house 6 Day 

Aldrich Edwin H., bookkeeper, 243 Broad- 
way, house 120 Austin 

Aldrich Frank, starch, etc. (35 Broad, B.), 
h. Washington avenue, c. Arlington 

Aldrich Paul F. Mrs., house 57 Green 



Alexander Abram, crockery and grocer- 
ies, 644 Main, house 112 Green 

Alexander Aroline Mrs., h. Winthrop sq. 

Alexander Daniel, laborer, house 93 Elm 

Alexander Giles R., carpenter, house 3 
Rogers block, Main 

Alexander James, machinist, 72 Main, 
boards 9 Broadway 

Alexander Jas. Mrs., h. 193 Mt. Auburn 

Alexander John, house 98 Columbia 

Alexander Joseph, painter, b. 9 Broadway 

Alexander J. Scott, police, station 2, h. 
52o Main 

Alexander Margaret, widow of John, 
house 27 Griggs 

Alexander Mary, wid. of Hugh, h. 3 Green 

Alexander Ruth A., widow of George, 
house 4 Rogers block, Main 

Alexander Thomas Mrs., music teacher, 
house 10 Wendell 

Alexander Thomas, printer University 
Press, house lO^Wendell 

Alger Alex., salesman, h. rear 72 Allston 
4 LGEU ALPHEUS B., lawyer (23 

xjL Court, B.), boards E. A. Alger's, Mt. 
Vernon 

Alger Amanda M., teacher Riverside pri- 
mary school. b.E. A. Alger's, Mt. Vernon 

Alger Arthur X., clerk (96 Washington, 
B.). bds. E. A.Alger's, Mt. Vernon 

ALGER EDWIN A., lawyer (23 
Court. B.), house Mt. Vernon 

Alger Horace Chapiu, boards E. A. Al- 
ger's, Mt. Vernon 

Alger Morton, house 33 Sacramento 

Alghieri Simon, caterer Somerset Club (42 
Beacon, B.), house 56 Norfolk 

Allan Alexander, printer (7 Spring lane, 
B), house 11 Mason 

Allan Geo., engineer, bds. 120-J- Harvard 

Allan Thomas, machinist, 35 6 r Main, bds. 
42Peail 

Allan, see Allen, also Allyn 

Allard Alonzo D., teamster, b. 43 Union 

Allard Hector, cabinet polisher, 124 Har- 
vard, house 112 do. 

Allard Wm., teamster, boards 43 L'nion 

Allen Albert, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms 
2| Holmes place 

Allen"AlbertF. (Morrill & Allen), steam 
engines, etc., 356 Main, house 250 
Broadway 

Allen Alexander V. G., professor Episco- 
pal Theological School, house Ash, 
corner Brattle 

Allen Alfred M., student H. U., rooms 
30 Stoughton Hall 

Allen Ann, widow of Robert, h. 11 Fifth 

Allen Arthur M., machinist B. & L. R. R. 
repair shop, house at Charlestown 

Allen ,A. P. Mrs., teacher of elocution, 
house 63 Columbia 

Allen Caleb C, 356 Main, h. 26 Columbia 

Allen Chas. C, student H. U., rooms 20 
Prescott 

Allen Charles G., clerk (112 State, B.), b. 
69 Brattle 



Y-jyF.IYERS,: 



76 & ITS .North Av., Sales- 
room, 58 Portland, BOSTON. 



ALL 



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Allen Daniel, boilermaker, 92 Main, bds. 
175 Mainj [10 Tufts 

Allen Edgar H., machinist, 72 Main, house 

Allen Edward E., student H. U., rooms 
11 College House 

Allen Elizabeth, widow of Nathan L., h. 
Lambert avenue, last on right 

Allen Fannie Miss, teacher Otis primary- 
school, bds. 11 Fifth [Oxford 

Allen Francis B., student H. U., rooms 10 

Allen Frank A., Oriental Tea Co. (83 
Court, B.), house 263 Harvard 

Allen Fred. D., prof. H. U., h. 10 Oxford 

Allen Frederick H., student H. U., rooms 
20 Dunster 

Allen F., boilermaker, 72 Main 

Allen Gardner W., medical student H. U., 
boards 5 Garden 

Allen George, pressman (18 P. O. square, 
^ B.), house 7 Revere 

Allen George H. H., student H. TJ., rooms 
11 Hilton block 

Allen George W., expressman, Lyceum 
bldg., Harvard row, h. 3 Appian-way 

Allen Henry George Mrs., lodging-house, 
14 Ware 

Allen Henry W., restaurant (27 Xo. Mark- 
et, B.), house 29 Suffolk 

Allen Herbert D., at 162 Broadway, boards 
227 do. [Franklin 

Allen James, blacksmith, 9 Church, h. 210 

Allen James H., cutter (218 Washington, 
B.), house 116 Iuman 

Allen Jeremiah, junk, house 38 Porter 

Allen Joel A., asst. in Ornithology Muse- 
um of Comparative Zoology H. U., 
house 137 Oxford 

Allen John, clerk, 23 Main, bds. at Boston 

Allen John E., janitor A. D. Club. 17 Dun- 
ster, boards do. [14 Squires ct. 

Allen John J., box maker, 169 Gore, bds. 

Allen Joseph H., clergyman and lecturer 
on Ecclesiastical History H. U., house 

5 Garden [don place 
Allen J. Addison, provisions, house 5 Gor- 
Allen Kate A., widow of John C, house 

155 Pearl 
Allen Lavinna T., widow of Webster, h. 

6 Paver [Austin 
Allen Lydia A., widow of Avery T., h. 56 
Allen L. B., at 54 Bridge 

Allen Mary, widow of Henry, h. 51 Gore 
Allen Mary, widow of John, h. 104 Pearl 
Allen Mary, widow of Jonathan, house 7 

William [69 Brattle 

Allen Mary M. Miss, music teacher, house 
Allen Matthew, laborer, house 178 Green 
Allen Xathau L., apothecary, 155 North 

avenue, h. Lambert av., last on right 
Allen X. Tracy, collector, 12 Green, house 

at Boston 

ALLEN" OSCAR F., bookkeeper 
Cambridge Savings Bank, 2 Harvard 
row, house 63 Sacramento 
Allen Robert, glass-cutter, bds. 42 Winter 
Allen Ru-sell C., student H. U., boards 5 
Garden 



Allen Sidney, shoemaker (B.), b. 337 Main 
Allen Susan C. Miss, music teacher, house 

56 Austin [40 Pearl 

Allen Thomas, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 
Allen Thomas Mrs., variety store, 177 

Harvard, house 1771 do. 
Allen Timothy F., boxmaker, 169 Gore, 

boards 14 Squires court 
Allen Wilkes, dentist, 69 Brattle, h. do. 
Allen Will W.. fireman B. & L. R. R. } 

rooms 95 Otis 
Allen Wm. II. B., house 13 Market 
Allen Wm. M., paper ruler (31 Milk, B.), 

house 189 Cambridge 
Allen Wm. W., printer, bds. 29 Holyoke 
Allen, see Allan, also Allyn 
Alley Elliot E., upholsterer, house 73 

Thorndike [boards 17 Upton 

Alley Emma B., teacher Training school, 
Alley W. Frank, traveling salesman, 503 

Main, boards 82 Magazine 
Allison Geo. A., clerk (30 Commerce, B.), 

house 35 Coggswell avenue 
Allison John, laborer, house 59 Portland 
Allnutt Frederick G., dining-room, 13 

Brattle, house 7 Charles River 
Allnutt Percy, printer, 17 Brighton, bds. 

7 Charles River 
Allston George, laborer, h. 61 Hastings 
Allyn Horace A., supt. Cambridge Gas 

Light Co.'s Works, Third, house 471 

Broadway [471 Broadway 

Allyn Jane, widow of Edwin G., house 
Allyn Rebecca P. Mrs., house 5 Berkeley 
Allyn William W., survevor Cummings, 

Kenney & Co.,h. 139 Thorndike 
Almgren Alexander, polisher, house 40 

Putnam avenue 
Almon Andrew B., house 164 Brattle 
Almon Herbert L. A., student Episcopal 

Theo. Sem., rooms 18 Lawrence Hall 
Almorth Gustav, telescope maker Alvan 

Clark & Sons, Henry, house 259 Put- 
nam avenue ]6S Brookline 
Alplien Garrett, grease collector, house 
Alphen James, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 104 Erookline 
Altemus Howard E., student H. TJ., 

rooms 55 Thayer hall 
Altimas John, baker, Almshouse, house 

Tannery, 2d on left 
Altmiller August, tinsmith, h. 83 Sixth 
Ambrose John L., second assistant clerk 

of courts, Court-House, East Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Ambrose Peter, carver, house 33 Eighth 

AMEE BROTHERS (William A. 
Amee), stationery, &c., 5 Harvard sq. 
Amee Ellen, widow of John, h. 894 Main 
Amee John, clerk, 5 Harvard sq., boards 
894 Main [894 Main 

Amee Lucy A., widow of Jacob, house 
Amee William A. (Amee Bros.), station- 
ery, &c, 5 Harvard sq., bds. 894 Main 
American Xet and Twine Co., nets, seines 
and twines, Third, office (43 Commer- 
cial, Boston) 



J. G. & N. G. G00CH, ytS^iSS LUMBER AND MOULDINGS, 

Wharf, Western Avenue, Brighton. Order Box, Aycr's stable, 901 Main Street, Old Cambridge. 



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American Rubber Company, Potter and 

(59 Franklin, B.) 
American Steam Safe Works, Geo. L. 

Damon, prop., 17 Main [3 Frank 

Ames Charles E., driver U. R. Co., house 
Ames Henry G., action maker, 143 Broad- 
way, boai ds 23 Front 
Ames James Barr, Bussey Prof, of Law 

H. U., house 9 Frisbie place 
Ames John C, sawyer F. M. Holmes Fur- 
niture Co., house at Charlestown 
Ames John G., carpenter, house 23 Front 
Ames Mary C. Mrs., boards 4 Prospect 
Ames Simon, 368 Main, bds. 23 Front 
Ames Timothy, captain of police station 

No. 1, boards 12 Brighton 
Ammidon Philip R., treas. Suffolk Paper 

Co. (49 and 51 Court, B.), house 62 

Buckingham 
Ammidon Russell P.,salesman (169 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 62 Buckingham 
Ammon Frederick, laborer, b. 56 Camb'g 
Ancient Order of Hibernians, 547 Main 
Andersen Hans C, agent Washington 

Market, Washington, cor. Brewery, 

house 7 Rogers block, Main 
Anderson Alfred, carpenter, Rhoades 

building. State, house 11 Jay 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, house rear 

240 Cambridge 
Anderson Archibald, box maker Hazlett 

& Co., house 7 Second street court 
Anderson Charles, gasman, house 6 South 
Anderson Charles E., clerk, 8£Mt. Auburn, 

house 32 do. [33 Mill 

Anderson Edward, clerk,27 Brighton, bds. 
.Anderson Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, 

house 9 Seventh 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow of Charles, h. 

10 Mount Auburn 
Anderson Ernest S., clerk, 84 Mount Au- 
burn, house 50 Trowbridge 
Anderson Frederic, meat-cutter, 169 Gore, 

house rear 2 Ninth 
Anderson James, bootmaker, h. r. 241 Mt. 

Auburn 
Anderson James, carpenter, h. Murray, n. 

Eliot 
Anderson James, teamster, house 6 South 
Anderson James, carpenter,, Palmer, n. 

Church, house 15 Brewer 
Anderson James, helper, 17 Main, boards 

165 Broadway [Brewer 

Anderson James jr., carpenter, house 104. 
Anderson John, clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard 

row, house 11 Revere 
Anderson John, driver, 191 Hampshire, 

boards 191 do. 
Anderson John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 14 Andrew 
Anderson John, safe maker, 17 Main, 

house 3 Pelham 
Anderson John B. jr., driver U. R. Co., h. 

10 Daniels court 
Anderson John E. (Peak & Anderson), 

slater, 402 Harvard, house 21 Flagg 
Anderson Josiah B., jeweler, h. 27 Irving 



Anderson Lewis, baker, 191 Hampshire, 

house do. [IS Wendell 

Anderson Luther S., student H. U., rooms 
Anderson Matthew, carpenter, h. 33 Mill 
Anderson Peter, carpenter, 163 Pleasant, 

house 164 do. [7 Gerry 

Anderson Robt., clerk (150 Court, B.), h. 
Anderson Sarah, widow, h. 50 Western av. 
Anderson Stephen, brass molder (B.), 

house 72 Spring 
Anderson Stephen jr., brass molder (33 

Hawkins, B.), boards 72 Spring 
Anderson Thomas, at 44 Cambridge, h. 

at Charlestown 
Anderson Thomas, painter, house Gore, 

nextR. R. crossing [h. 16 Beaver 

Anderson William, teamster, College whf., 
Anderson William, printer University 

Press, boards 7 Revere 
Anderson William, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house at Melrose 
Andrew Frank, polisher, h. 3 Lowland av. 
Andrews Alexander H., student H. U., 

rooms 9 Matthews Hall 
Andrews Ardelia A., widow of Wm. H., 

house 7 Day 
Andrews Clement W., asst. in Organic 

Chemistry H. U., rooms 40 Weld Hall 
Andrews D. Herbert, wrought iron biidge- 

es and roofs, 78 Main, office (13 Pem- 

berton sq., B.), house at Chelsea 
Andrews John D., case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 2334 do. 
Andrews Joseph, student H. U., rooms 

25 Hollis Hall 
Andrews Mary E., teacher private school, 

29 Everett, boards do. 
Andrews Mary E., widow, h. 171 Winsor 
Andrews Robert M., painter, 1 2 Brighton, 

house 33 Charles River 
Andrews Robert R., dentist, 19 Brattle, 

house S34 Main 
Andrews Wm., laborer, 368 Main, house 

Vineyard, near Cushing 
Anclros Henry S., apothecary, 641 Main, 

house 11 Temple 
Angell Stephen, boiler-maker, 72 Main, 

house lt$l£ Broadway 
Anglin James, laborer, house 43 Banks 
Anglin Michael, laborer, house 24 Flagg 
Anglin Sarah, widow, house 6 Bristol 
Annable John F., coffees (12 India, B.), 

house 73 Dana 
Annis OraD., laborer, 170 North av., b. do. 
Annis Robert, mariner, h. 162 Harvard 
Ansell Stephen H., laborer, h. 6 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Ansell Wm. E., clerk, 112 Cambridge, 

boards 227 Broadway 
Anshelm John H., shoemaker, 15S Har- 
vard, house do. [Franklin 
Anthony Annie R., wid. of John G., h. 94 
Anthony Charles H., cigar-maker, 513 

Main, boards 138 Pearl 
Anthony John IL, teamster, 162 Broad- 
way, rooms 49 Harvard 
Anthorne Domingus, laborer, h.l2S Bridge 



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Apel Frederick, currier, house 2 Ninth 

Apple Frank, currier, h. Tannery, first on 
right from North avenue 

Appleby George A., action-maker, boards 
36 Harvard 

Appleby Mark H., laborer, h. 36 Harvard 

Applegate A. J udson, jeweler, 475 Main, 
house 88 School 

Applegate Charles H., salesman (450 
Washington, B.), b. 88 School 

Appleton Chas. D., clerk (187 North, B.)., 
boards 12 Cottage 

Appleton Chas. T. P., shoes (122 Court, 
B.), house 57 Dana 

Appleton C. Frank, boots and shoes (13 
Court, B.), house 3 Ellsworth avenue 

Appleton Elmer W., printer (292 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 12 Cottage 

Appleton Fred., butcher, h. 13 Squires ct. 

Appleton George W., clerk, 368 Main, h. 
256 Sidney 

Appleton G. N., brass-finisher, 368 Main 

Appleton John H., counselor-at-law (23 
Court, B.). house 361 Harvard 

Appleton Randolph M., student H. U., 
rooms 31 Beck Hall 

Appleton Warren J., painter (292 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 12 Cottage 

Applin Benjamin Mrs., house 7 Dover 

Applin Claience S., house 131 North av. 

APPLIN SUMXEK (Shaw. Ap 
plin ifc Co.), furniture mnfr., 54 Bridge, 

and (27 Sudbury, B.), house 131 North 

avenue 
Apsey Wm. S. Rev., pastor North Cam- 
bridge Baptist Society, house 11 

Coggswell avenue 
Apthorp Harrison O., h. 17 Putnam av. 
Apthorp Harrison O. jr., b. 17 Putnam av. 
Apthorp John V., bds. 17 Putnam avenue 
Arakelyan Jacob J., printer Riverside 

Press, house 9 Park 
Archambeau Alfred, kindling wood, 37 

Wendell, house do. 
Archer Charles, mason, bds. 3 Prospect 
Archer Ellen M. H. Mrs., copyist, Otis, 

cor. Second, bds. at Charlestown 
Arey Almira C, wid. of David B., boards 

7 Howard 
Arey Reuben, leather (39 High, B.), house 

Washington avenue, n. Arlington 
Arkerson Albert, rope maker, 12 Park, 

house do. 
Arkerson Albert L., rope maker, 12 

Park, boards do. 
Arkerson E. W., student H. XL, boards 

78 Mt, Auburn 
Arkerson Francis, rope maker, house 88 

Webster avenue 
Arkerson Geo. W., bookkeeper (53 Dev- 
onshire, B.), house 87| Putnam av. 
Arkerson John, laborer, house 10 Wil- 

lard court 
Arkerson Leonard, rope mnfr. (Western 

avenue, Brighton), house 85 River 
Arkerson Stephen A., boards 12 Park 
Arkerson Wm. H., rope maker, h. 85 River 



Armour Thomas, operator Bell Telephone 

Co., Middlesex Court House, Third, 

boards at Charlestown 
Armstead David, laborer, 25 Main, house 

at Boston 
Armstrong Augustus S., house 99 Main 
Armstrong Charles (Armstrong & Co.), 

Riverside Press, house at Allston 
Armstrong Henry, polisher, 624 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Armstrong Henry H., clerk (1S7 Summer, 

B.), boards 56 Trowbridge 
Armstrong Irving, janitor Riverside school, 

house 186 Green 
Armstrong Jas., laborer, h. 21 Valentine 
Armstrong Jane, wid. of James, h. 25 Mill 
Armstrong John, laborer, h. Hoi worthy pi. 
Armstrong Margaret Miss, h. 24 Cherry 
Armstrong Osmon S., bookbinder River- 
side Press, house 56 Trowbridge 
Armstrong Samuel, cooper, b. 168 Norfolk 
Armstrong Samuel, driver U. R. Co., h. 

39 Blackstone 
Armstrong Wm., baker, boards 7 Austin 
Armstrong William, marble worker, h. 

6 Chestnut Park 
Armstrong & Co., lithographers River- 
side Press 
Arnaud Wm. S., supt. P. O., 611 Main, h. 

94 Allston [Brookline 

Arno John, grocer, 46 Auburn, house 31 
Arnold Alfred C, student H. U., rooms 

10 Frisbie place 
Arnold Frank J., clerk (69 Bedford, B.), 

boards 5 Park 
Arnold George, nurse, h. 58 Mt. Auburn 
Arnold Geo. A., asst. Librarian Law 

School H. U., house 713 Cambridge 
Arnold Geo. B., teamster, house 59 Fifth 
Arnold Geo. F., asst. in library H. U., h. 

3 James [5 Park 

Arnold Gilbert C, clerk (57 Oliver, B.),b. 
Arnold James L., furniture repairer, 94 

Auburn, house do. 
Arnold Jane Miss, dressmaker, house 94 

Auburn 
Arnold John H., Librarian Law School 

H. U., house 10 Frisbie place 
Arnold Joseph O., key-maker, Rhoades 

building, boards 61 Auburn 
Arnold Joseph W., salesman (21 State, 

B.), 1 ouse 5 Park 
Arnold Margaret Miss, nurse, h. 94 Auburn 
Arnold Samuel S.. leather (12 Matthews, 

B.), house 741 Main 
Arnold Thomas, carpenter, h. 61 Auburn 
Arrow smith Thomas, house 22 Portland 
Arstreeter In ton, laborer, house 43 School 
Artesani Alfred, shoemaker (B.), house 

24 Fairmont avenue 
Arthur Samuel M., pressman University 

Press, boards 34 Brattle 
Ash Charles W., yard-master Boston & 

Lowell R. R., house 1S4 Cambridge 
Ash Mary, widow of James, house 42 

Montgomery 
Ashburner Anne Miss, house 71 Kirkland 



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Ashburner Grace Miss, house 71 Kirkland | 
Ashcroft Joseph. wood-carver,h. 12 Austin I 
Ashley Robert, blacksmith, 78 Main, h. at 
Boston [Spring 

Ashton Henry B., brush-maker (B.),h. 145 
Aspiuwall William H.. student H. U., 

rooms 32 Grays Hall 
Athearn Lydia EL, widow of James F., h. 

39 Essex 
Athearn Susan F., teacher Harvard Gram- 
mar school, boards 39 Essex 
Atherton Charles H., book-finisher Riv- 
erside Press, boards 50 Fairmont 
Atherton Lewis B., painter B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house 124 Spring 
Atherton Mary J., widow of Charles,house 

50 Fairmont 
Atkin Daniel, carriage-maker, 232 North 

avenue, house 193i do. 
Atkins Charles, paper-hanger, house 12 

Hancock 
Atkins Charles H., student H. XL, rooms 

1 Divinity Hall 
Atkins Emilie E. Mrs., dressmaker, 503 

Main, house do. [enue 

Atkins George, laborer, h. 352 North av- 
Atkins Walter D., dry-pressman Riverside 

Press, h. 2 Symonds block, DeWolf 
Atkins William, carpenter, house 85 Gore 
Atkinson Edward W., student II. U., rms. 

7S Mt. Auburn 
Atkinson Henry M., student H. U., rms. 

17 Hilton block [Appian-way 

Atkinson Kinsman, clergyman, house 10 
Atkinson Leonard W., medical student, 

boards 10 Appian-way 
Atkinson L. W., machinist, 72 Main 
Atkinson William, laborer, house 22S 

Hampshire 
Atkinson William S., iron-worker, house 

128 Hampshire 
Attner Thomas F., clerk (14 Oliver, B.), 

boards 4 Sidney 
Attner Thomas G., tailor (28 Temple pi., 

B.), house 4 Sidney 
At water G. W., driver U. R. Co., 3 Har- 
vard scmare 
At well Albert I., organ-tuner, 024 Main, 

boards 100 Austin 
At wood Benjamin F., bookkeeper (45 

Avon, B.), house 5 Chester 
Atwood Charles H.. ticket-master B. & L. 

R. R., house 133 Otis 

ATWOOD DAVID, oysters (32 Fan- 
euil Hall sq., B.), house 74 Allston 
Atwood Ephraim, bookkeeper (153 Tre- 

mont, B.), house 25 Clinton 
Atwood Josiah C, clerk (32 Faneuil Hall 

square, B.), boards 74 Allston 
Atwood Louisa M., widow,h. Hotel Brooks 
Atwood Luther, student H. U., rooms 3 

College House 
Austin Alexander, laborer, h. 30 Winter 
Austin Alfred G., printer Riverside Press, 

house 273 Putnam avenue 
Austin Bridget, widow of James, house 

Chestnut Park 



Austin Charles A., brush-maker (35 Ex- 
change, B.), house 24 Sixth 

Austin Charles H., brush-finisher (B.), b. 
24 Sixth 

Austin George H., salesman (92 Frank- 
lin, B.). boards 125 Austin 

Austin George L., physician (12S Tre- 
mont, B.;, house 19 Arlington 

Austin George M., bookkeeper, boards 
196 Pearl ■ 

Austin Nathan X., foreman John Reardon 

6 Sons. Waverly, house 190 Pearl 
Austin Richard T. Mrs., h. 21 Linnaean 
Austin Robert, book agent, bds. 57 River 
Austin Thomas, laborer, house 230 Bridge 
Averell Chas. B., clerk (71 Hanover, B.), 

boards 48 Austin 
Averell Charles H.. salesman (13 Hanover, 

B.), house 4S Austin 
Averell Leonard M., whiting, etc. (64 

Broad, B.), house 23 Piince 
Averill Andrew P., student H. U., rooms 

7 College House 

Averill Arthur B., clerk, b. 201 North av. 
Averill-Arthur C, clerk House of Correc- 
tion, boards Thorndike. corner Third 
Averill Geary C, carpenter (B. & A. R. R. 

repair shop, Allston), house 30 Upton 
Averill John, stone-cutter,h. r. 91 Tremont 
Avery Abigail, widow of Silas, house 49 

North avenue 
Avery John, teamster, h. 32 Broadway 
Avery Nicholas F., rubber- worker, house 

Green 
Avery William, rubber-worker, b. 6 Green 
Avrill Joseph, carpenter, h. 114 Norfolk 
Axtman John, brass-finisher, house rear 

46 Spring 
Axtman John L.. wood-turner, 54 Bridge, 

bonds rear 46 Spring 
Aver Olive Mrs., house 7 Dover 
Ayers Andrew J., carpenter, house 141 

Franklin 
Ayers Ann, wid. of Wm., house 100 Otis 
Ayers Catherine, widow, house 65 Elm 
Ayers Daniel, soap-maker, house 65 Elm 
Ayers Thomas, carver (B.), h. r. 50 Fifth 
Ayers Wm. F., cabinet-maker, h. 100 Otis 
Aylward James, liquors, 6 Gore. h. do. 
Aylward Wm. J., carpenter, h. 39 Harvey 
Ayres Frank H., clerk, 904 Main, boards 

105 Oxford 

AYRES ISAAC H., livery stable, 
904 Main, house 105 Oxford 
Ayres Isaac H. jr., commercial traveler 

(B.), boards 105 Oxford 
Ayres Thomas A., cutter (400 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 105 Oxford 

BABBITT 'ALBERT, bronzer (791 Tre- 
mont, B.), house 105 Prospect 

Babbitt Angell B., student H. U., boards 
45 Sacramento 

Babbitt Charles, turner, boards 87 Moore 

Babbitt Maria P. Mrs., house 1G Wendell 
! Babcock Frank H., supt. varnish factory 
(Allston), house 53 Green 



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Babcock Georgiana Mrs., dressmaker, 20 
Pearl, house 22 do. 

Babcock James W., student H. U., rooms 
27 Hollis Hall 

Babcock John, copal varnish manufactur- 
er (2 Liberty sq., B.), house 21 Inman 

Babcock John M. L. Kev., printer Uni- 
versity Press, house 53 Holyoke 

Babcock Lysander F., varnish manufac- 
turer (2 Liberty sq., B. ), h. 132 Austin 

Babson George M., machinist, 72 Main, 
house 9 Broadway 

Babson Robert T., student II. U., rooms 
404 Harvard 

Bachelder E. H., at Shaw, Applin & Co.'s, 
51 Bridge 

Bachelder Thomas C, student H. U., 
rooms 61 College House 

Bachelder, see Batchelder 

Bachmann Herrmann, lager beer, 56 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Bachmann John, cabinet-maker,h. 26 Vine 

Bachoff John, currier, h. Clifton ,n. Harvey 

Backus Georgiana L. Miss, teacher Felton 
primary school, h. rear 255 Broadway 

Backus Jane G., widow of George P., 
house rear 255 Broadway 

Bacon Charles F., student H. U., rooms 
14 Ware 1 12 Weld Hall 

Bacon Francis McN., student H. IT., rms. 

Bacon Henry A. Mrs., h. 116 Thorndike 

Bacon James H., student H. IT., rooms 27 
Weld Hall 

Bacon James P., reporter Boston Daily 
Advertiser (27 Court, B.), h. 92 Inman 

Bacon James S., porter (B. & A. R. R., 
B.), house 2 Essex court 

Bacon John D., tailor, house 23 Elm 

Bacon John F., clerk, 9 Harvard row, 
boards at Somerville 

Bacon John G., carriage-painter, house 
19 Wallace [Thorndike 

Bacon Leonard, lamplighter, house 158 

Bacon Leonard R., weigher W. T. Rich- 
ardson & Co., foot Dunster, house at 
West Somerville 

Bacon Lucy A., wid. of Warren, h. 17 Lee 

Bacon Maria J. Miss, teacher Gore Prima- 
ry school, boards 116 Thorndike 

Bacon M. Clinton (W. T. Richardson & 
Co.), College wharf, foot Dunster, h. 
Orchard, near Chester. Somerville 

BACON WALTER F., agent Cam- 
bridge Clothing Co., 5S0 Main, house 

27 Lee 
Badger Henry D., organ-finisher, 621 

Main, house at Reading 
Badger Wm. C. (Daniels, Badger & Co.), 

furniture mnfr., Woodbury building, 

Otis, house at Boston 
Badger William II., organ -finisher, 624 

Main, house at Reading 
Baer John, Germania club, 63 Sixth, h. do. 
Baggo Charles II., student Epis. Then, 

Sem., Brattle, rms. 17 Lawrence Hall 
Bagley Cornelius, laborer, house Reed, 

corner Belmont 



Bagley Joanna, wid. of Owen, h. 22 Brewer 
Bagley John A., pressman, b. 22 Brewer 
Bagley Mary, widow, house 158 Green 
Bagley Mary A. Miss, fruit and confec- 
tionery, 24 Brighton, h. 22 Brewer 
Bagley Mary A., widow of John, house 

133 Webster avenue 
Bagley Michael, dry pressman University 

Press, boards 22 Brewer 
Bailey Albert D., engineer B. & L. R. R., 

house 93 Thorndike 
Bailey Alfred, mason, house Waverly, 

east of Fort Washington 
Bailey Alfred- J., letter collector (P.O., 

B.), boards 31 Front 
Bailey C. H., artist Riverside Press, house 

at Chelsea 
Bailey George, clerk (B.), boards 22 East 
Bailey Henry, painter (440 Tremont, B.), 

house 31 Front 
Bailey Howson H., hostler IT. R. Co., 

house 11 Elmer 
Bailey Isaiah, mason, house Waverly, 

next corner Putnam avenue 
Bailey Jacob L., stoves, furniture, etc., 

67 Cambridge, house 39 Second 
Bailey John R., vinegar maker, 75 Main, 

house 128 Harvard 
Bailey Maria, wid. of Lewis, h. 5 Elmer 
Bailey Oakley II., maps (13 Franklin, B.), 

house 83 Inman 
Bailey Parker IST., student H. IT., rooms 14 

Rutland, at Boston 
Bailey Rishton T., inner sole mnfr. (370 

Atlantic av..B.), h. Tannery, 1st on left 
Bailey Samuel W., clerk, 67 Cambridge, 

house 39 Second 
Bailey Theodore A., tinman, 163 Pleasant, 

h. Waverly, next corner Putnam av. 
Bailey Thomas B. (State. B.), b. 60 Brattle 
Bailey Wm., watchman B. & L. R. R., h. 

5 Leighton court 
Bailey Wm. R., engineer, 75 Main, boards 

128 Harvard 
Bailey William Silas, clerk, 67 Cambridge, 

boards 39 Second 
Bailey, see Bayley 
Baird Chambers, student H. IT., rooms 34 

Weld Hall 
Baird James, laborer, house 48 Harding 
Baird, see Beard 

Baker Albert E., driver, 15 Park, bds. do. 
Baker Albert S., h. 236 Putnam avenue 
Baker Alfred, brush maker (B.), house 7 

Coggswell place 
Baker Alfred, painter, 7 Western avenue 
Baker Arven T., engineer, Broadway 

iron foundry, house 15 Baldwin 
Baker A. William, harness maker, 102 

Main, house do. 
Baker Byron E., student II. IT. rooms 46 

Pleasant 
Baker Catherine C. Mrs., h. 2 Holmes pi. 
Baker Chas. E., foreman of foundry, Pel- 
ham, house 179 Main 
Baker Chas. L. W., brush" maker, house 

169 Prospect 



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Baker Chas. R., supt., 12 Gore, house at 

Maiden 
Baker Chas. Wm., student II. U., rooms 

43 Thayer Hall 
Baker C. Alice Miss, teacher (5 Charles, 

B. ), boards 2 Holmes place 
Baker Eben, milkman, 15 Park, h. do. 
Baker Edgar P., clerk, 543 Main, h. 1 Pine 
Baker Edward, laborer, 308 Main 
Baker Edward T., teamster, h. 71 Sixth 
Baker Edward W., student H. U., rooms 

68 College House 
Baker Elbridge, laborer, house 4 Elmer 
Baker Elisha, carriage- body maker, rear 10 

Brattle, house 8 Mason 
Baker Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, h. 

91 Gore [Weld Hall 

Baker Ezra H., student H. U., rooms 4 
Baker Frank W., student H. U., rooms 28 

Matthews Hall 
Baker Hannah P. Mrs., h. 20* Bigelow 
Baker Henry, glass-cutter, bds. 91 Gore 
Baker James E., student H. U., rooms 41 

Thayer Hall 
Baker John, engineer, house 32 Spring 
Baker John F., britannia worker, house 55 

Elm 
Baker Lawrence, carpenter, b. 181 Spring 
Baker Lucas L., student H. XL, rooms 46 

Pleasant 
Baker Moore, house 2 Cherry 
Baker Nath'l, miller, 240 Main, h. 239 do. 
Baker Nicholas, cooper, h. rear 184 Gore 
Baker Osborn IL, polisher, 16S Broadw T ay, 

house 19 Pine 
Baker Walter, organ pipe maker, 103 Gore, 

boards 91 do. 
Baker Washington I., traveling agent (105 

Summer, B.), house 15 Green 
Baker William W., boxmaker, b. 91 Gore 
Balch Augusta L. Miss, teacher Board- 
man primary school, bds. 52 Auburn 
Balch Clara H. Miss, teacher (Roxbury 

high school, B. ), bds. 52 Auburn 
Balch Francis E., supt. Memorial dining 

hall H. U., house 44 Shepard 
Balch Frank, painter, bds. Porter's Hotel 
Balch Fred H., asst. supt. Memorial Hall 

H. U., boards 44 Shepard 
Balch Geo. L., janitor Matthews Hall, h. 

47 Mt. Auburn 
Balch Israel D., restaurant, 36 Third, and 

furniture (Lynn), h. 86 Cambridge 
Balch John H., clerk, 10 Brattle, boards 

3 Shepard 
Balch Louis L., clerk (2 Liberty sq., B.), 

boards 52 Auburn [52 Auburn 

Balch Moses P., watchmaker, 6 Pearl, h. 
Balcom Arthur, plumber, bds. Broadway 

House 
Balcom Reuben Mrs., h. 73 Washington 
Balcom S. W., boards 771 Main 
Baldrey Stephen, teamster (3 Chatham, 

B.), house 119 Thorndike 
Baldrey Wm., teamster, b. 119 Thorndike 
Baldwin Benjamin G., clerk, 152 North 

avenue, boards 114 do. 



Baldwin B. Frank, stereotyper Riverside 

Press, boards 342 Broadway 
Baldwin Charles A., student H. U., rooms 

6 Beck Hall 
Baldwin Charles S. Mrs., h. 70 Franklin 
Baldwin Eugene, clerk (122 Summer, B.), 

boards 114 North avenue 
Baldwin Geo. E. W., provisions, 92 Pleas- 
ant, boards 32 Park 
Baldwin James W., produce (173 South 

Market, B.), house 114 North avenue 
Baldwiu John, gardener Hovey & Co., h. 

428 Cambridge 
Baldwin Joseph F., inventor, house 44 

Western avenue 
Baldwin MaryE., widow of Peter L., house 

25 Washington 
Baldwin Nicholas, engineer and janitor 

Memorial Hall, rooms 10 Daniels ct. 
Baldwin Richard, carpenter, house 10 

Daniels court 
Balentine Robert, forger, bds. 44 Brookline 
Balfe Annie, widow of Patrick, house 26 

Warren 
Balfe John, house 14 McCabe 
Balfe Peter, teamster, house 16 McCabe 
Balkam Arthur W., plumber, boards Ross 

House [rooms lOFrisbiepl. 

Balkam George H., law-student II. U., 
Ball Calvin S., provisions (3 Union mark- 
et, B.), house 18 Pleasant 
Ball Edward, grocer, Spring, cor. Fourth, 

house 92 Fourth 
Ball Edward C. machinist, bds. 9 Fifth 
Ball Elijah, house 145 Mount Auburn 
Ball Eliza A. Mrs., house 9 Fifth 
Ball George E.. house 145 Mt. Auburn 
Ball George M., clerk (9 Chauncy, B.), 

house 202 Putnam avenue 
Ball George T., 449 Main, house at Boston 
Ball Henry P., mariner, h. 7 Webster av. 
Ball James H, clerk (13 Broad, B.), bds. 

1 Austin 
Ball Jennie Miss.music teacher St. Mary's 

school, b. 92 Fourth 
Ball Joseph G., fancy goods and baker, 

114 Magazine and 3 Austin, h. 1 do. 
Ball Joseph T., student, boards 92 Fourth 
Ball Nellie F. Miss, teacher Putnam pri- 
mary school, boards 92 Fourth 
Ball T. Henry, stationer (10 Franklin ave- 
nue, B.), boards 123 Otis 
Ballam Alexander, laborer, h. 25 DeWolf 
Ballard Frances W. Miss, dressmaker, 

boards 44 Holyoke 
Ballard Joseph, clerk Lyceum building, 

Harvard square, house at Lexington 
Ballou Flavius J., boards 5 Rogers block, 

Main [Dartmouth, Boston 

Ballou H. S., student H. U., boards 36 
Balmer Richard, upholsterer, 23 Brattle, 

house 259 Mt. Auburn 
Balmer William, horse shoer, 9 Church, 

house 3 Oak * 
Baltzly B. F., photographer, Cambridge, 

corner Prescott, near Memorial Hall, 

house 6 Sumner 



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Bamberg Frederick, agent, boards 6 Ho- 
tel Brooks [2 Hollis Hall 
Bancroft Clarence, student H. U., rooms 
Bancroft Eliza V. Mrs. (Bancroft & Hay- 
ward), 349 Cambridge, house do. 
Bancroft Jacob, student H. U., rooms 380 

Harvard 
Bancroft Joel C, express, Somerville ave- 
nue, near Porter's station, b. Porter's 
Hotel 
Bancroft John W., steam fitter, house 439 

Cambridge 
Bancroft Joseph H., paper-hangings (121 

Hanover, B.), house 380 Harvard 
Bancroft Robert B.,reuderer,h. 7Kinnaird 
Bancroft Wm. A., law student H. U., 

house 27 Putnam avenue 
Bancroft & Hay ward (Mrs. Eliza V. Ban- 
croft and Miss Elizabeth C. Howard, 
fancy goods, 439 Cambridge 
Banfield Thomas E., mason, house rear 

177 Cambridge 
Bangs Charles W., foreman (65 Fulton, 

B.), house 135 Otis 
Bangs Edward A., student H. U., rooms 

22 Beck HhII 
Bangs Hervey J., conductor B. & L. R.R., 

house 13 Third 
Bangs Louise Miss, house 65 Sparks 
Banks John, hostler, Elm, h. 15 Murdock 
Banks Matthew, laborer, house 11 Elmer 
Banks Parker, printer University Press 
Banks Robert C., laborer, house 11 Elmer 
Bannau James, laborer, house 45 Harding 
Banuan Michael, harness cleaner, boards 
24 Farwell place [Brattle 

Bannan Philip, hostler, Church, house 83 
Baptiste Manuel, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
Baptiste Webster M., shipping clerk (42 

Oliver, B.), house 11 Brewery 
Barber David A., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, boards 180 Harvard 
Barber Elizabeth Miss, tailoress, house 16 

Sidney 
Barber Granville S., marker, 502 Main, 

boards 180 Harvard f 
Barber Robert, house 180 Harvard 
Barber Robert S., molder, Pelham, house 

180 Harvard 
Barbey Frank A., clerk (18 P. O. square, 

room 1, B.), boards 16 Liucoln 
Barbey Jacob A., baker, house 16 Lincoln 

BARBOUR ALFRED L., sec. 
and treas. Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. 

Co., 555 Main, house at West Newton 
Barbour Frank H, bookkeeper Shawm ut 

National Bank (60 Congress, B.), bds. 

12 fillery 
Barbour James, boards 12 Ellery 
Barbour James S. Miss, house 12 Ellery 
Barbour John N., executor estate of Seth 

Adams (7 Doane, B.J, h. 85 Franklin 
Barbour Nancy M. Miss, house 12 Ellery 
Barbour Walworth O., clerk, 308 Main, 

house 254 Broadway 
Barbour William S., city engineer, office 

City Hall, house 14 Cottage 



Barcelo Raphael J., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 41 Somerset 
Barden Edmond. plasterer, boards 4 Gore 
Barker Alexander A., supt. of interments 

Mt. Auburn cemetery, house Cool- 

idge avenue 
Barker A. C, at 162 Broadway, house 13 

Webster avenue 
Barker Charles E., painter, house 44 Pio- 
neer avenue 
Barker Charles H., confectioner, house 

259 Broadway 
Barker Daniel N. S., lithographer, River- 
side Press,' boards 6 Cottage court 
Barker Frank N., machinist, boards 112 

Concord avenue 
Barker George F., machinist, 72 Main, 

boards 9 Broadway 
Barker Geo. L., boards 112 Concord av. 
Barker George T., house 56 Fairmont 
Barker Geo. T. jr., printer Riverside 

Press, boards 56 Fairmont 
Barker Henry A., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 125 Thorndike [Mead 

Barker Hiram D., bookkeeper, house 15 
Barker Hugh T., confectioner (25 Charles- 
town, 13.), house 6 Cottage court 
Barker James, shoemaker, h. SJHoughton 
Barker James E., driver B. Ice Co. (76 

State, B.), boards 71 Spring 
Barker James M., lawyer, 19 Brattle, 

boards 5 Linden 
Barker John, actor, house rear 41 Clark 
Barker John, carpenter, Palmer, house 

Avon place 
Barker John, hackman, house 206 Green 
Barker John S., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 14 Lake 
Barker Joseph, engineer, h. 172 Hampshire 
Barker Joseph D., supt. Tudor Ice Co., 

house 112 Concord avenue 
Barker Marshall W., house 304 Harvard 
Barker Robert H. M., printer Riverside 

Press, boards 7 Franklin 
Barker Sydney L., boards 304 Harvard 
Barker Thomas J., coffin maker, 203 

Bridge, house 55 Winter 
Barker William, upholsterer, rooms 22 

Brooklipe 
Barker Wm. H., laborer, house 5 Yine 
Barker William H. jr., clerk, 116 Fourth, 

house 9 Yine [22 Green 

Barkman John, machinist, 72 Main, house 
Barlow Archer H., laborer, house 70 Elm 
Barlow George F., student H. U., rooms 

10 Weld Hall [bds. do. 

Barlow John N., baker, 442 Cambridge, 
Barlow Mary, wid. of Edward, h. 41 Cedar 
Barnad Felipe, cigar and cigarette mnfr., 

175 Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Barnaby Ralph, carriage smith, 44S Main, 

boards 25 Sidney 
Barnard Abby J., boards 30 Franklin 
Barnard Albert E., butcher, 16S Gore, h. 

10 Third 
Barnard Edward A., lithographer River- 
side Press, boards 51 Pleasant 



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Barnard George jr., confectioner, 243 
Broadway, house 33 Washington 

Barnard Lawrence J., confectioner, 243 
Broadway, house 36 Amory 

Barnard Solomon H., clerk (Commercial 
wharf, corner Atlantic avenue, B.), 
boards 29 Sidney 

Barnard Thomas L., provision peddler, 
house 65 Ellery 

Barnes Albert M., merchant (22 Broad, 
B.), house 81 North avenue 

Barnes Augustus Y.. porter (Sears bldg., 
199 Washington, B.), h. 22 Blanche 

Barnes David H., laborer (13. & A. R. R. 
repair shop, Allston), h. 60 Fairmont 

Barnes George H., conductor TJ. R. Co., 
boards 69 Mt. Auburn 

Barnes Geo. W., bookkeeper, 153 Putnam 
avenue, house 95 Chestnut 

Barnes Henry E., student H. XL, rooms 
68 Thayer Hall 

Barnes James, liquors, etc., junct. Cam- 
bridge and Hampshire, h. 24 Antrim 

Barnes John, note teller Merchants Na- 
tional Bank (28 State, B.), house 31 
Bowdoin 

Barnes Lemuel H., coachman Geo. H. Cot- 
ton, h. Crescent, 3d on left from Oxford 

Barnes Sarah H. Mrs., house 11 Kinnaird 

Barnes T. Howard, engineer and survey- 
or, City Engineer's office, City Hall, 
house at Waltham 

Barnes Wm. W., house 29 Elm 

Barnes Winslow B., shoemaker and lock- 
smith, 508 Main, house 22 Elm 

Barnett Alexander, cigar maker (121 
Court, B.), house 65 Brookline 

Barnett America, laborer, h. 55 Hastings 

Barnett Lewis A., house 12 Bath 

Barn urn Thomas, blacksmith Burnett & 
Brown, Third, b. Jos. Boucher's, do. 

Baron Herman A. C, brush maker, house 
9 Portland 

Baron, see Barron 

Barr Alexander, house S Laurel 

Barr Asagh L., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 
56 Hamilton 

Barr David L., printer Riverside Press, 
bds. 8 Walnut court [do. 

Barr Peter, bookbinder, 8 Walnut ct., h. 

Barr Peter A., book finisher Riverside 
Press, boards 8 Walnut court 

Barrell James S., master Putnam grammar 
school, house 55 Third 

Barrett Andrew, laborer, house 2 Suffolk 

Barrett Bridget, wid. of John, h. 8 North 

Barrett Edward, laborer, h. 37 Warren 

Barrett Edward G., clerk (40 Court, B.), 
house 11 Wallace 

Barrett James, gardener Hovey & Co., 
house Line, near Cambridge 

Barrett Johanna, widow of John, house 
7 Lechmere place 

Barrett John, laborer, house 3 Porter 

Barrett John, servant, 97 Mt. Auburn, 
house do. [Lechmere place 

Barrett John J., plumber (B.), boards 7 



Barrett Jos., baker, 912 Main, h. 12 Bow 
Barrett Michael, laborer, house 27 Vine 
Barrett Michael, house 86 Green 
Barrett Michael J., liquors, 241 Cambridge, 

house 243 do. 
Barrett Richard, peddler, h. 202 Bridge 
Barrett Richard Mrs., house 20 North 
Barrett Wm., coachman. 904 Main, house 

10 Eliot 
Barri John A., clerk (B.), bds. 65 Austin 
Barri, see Barry 
Barrington Charles H., drug clerk, 31 

Brattle, boards 9 Brown 
Barrington Frederick B., florist and gar- 
dener, Broadway, corner Hancock, 

boards 91 Hancock 
Barrington Geo. T., clerk, bds. 9 Brown 
Barrington Thomas, gardener, h. 9 Brown 
Barrio Joseph, cooper, h. r. 134 Broadway 
Barron Thomas E., baker, 8 Rogers block, 

Brewery, house do. 
Barron William A., teamster, 240 Main, 

house rear 52 Winsor 
Barron, see Baron 

Barrow Jos., laborer, h. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Barrow Louis, laborer, h. rear 41 Reed 
Barrow Wm., laborer, house r. 34 Charles 
Barrows Ansel, house 10 Essex 
Barrows Cyrus A., driver U. R. Co., house 

3 Chapman place [686 do. 

Barrows Frank T., clerk, 621 Main, bds. 
Barrows James E., printer (16 Hawley, 

B.), house 10 Essex 
Barry Catharine, widow of Matthias, h. 

. 8 Rogers block, Main 
Barry David, farmer, h. rear 80 Brighton 
Barry David, teamster, house 57 Spruce 
Barry Edward, section hand F. R. R., h. 

rear Wellington, near Hills crossing 
Barry Henry, grocer, 155 Greeu, h. do. 
Barry James, laborer, house 24 Porter 
Barry James, tinsmith, 914 Main, house 

at Allston [96 Gore 

Barry Johanna, widow of Dennis, h. rear 
Barry John, laborer, h. rear 122 Brookline 
Barry John, boards 378 Cambridge 
Barry John, laborer, boards 119 Fourth 
Barry John, laborer, house 24 Porter 
Barry John F., printer (B.), boards 8 

Rogers block, Main 
Barry John F., variety store, 138 Pleasant, 

house do. 
Barry John H., painter, bds. 118 Prospect 
Barry Mary, widow of Lawrence, house 

378 Cambridge 
Barry Mary, wid. of James, h. 119 Fourth 
Barry Mary E. Miss, bookkeeper, 432 Har- 
vard, boards 1 DeWolf place 
Barry Mary L., wid. of John, h. 14 North 
Barry Michael, foreman brass foundry 

(Allen, cor. Brighton, B.), h. 70 Spring 
Barry Michael, plasterer, h. 347 Broadway 
Barry Patrick, carriage washer (B.), house 

17 Carson 
Barry Patrick, house 118 Prospect 
Barry Richard E., brass molder, boards 8 

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Barry Timothy, grocer, 345 Cambridge, 

bouse 2 Willow- 
Barry Wm., laborer, bouse 44 North 
Barry, see Barri 
Barter William H., driver U. K. Co., 

bouse 8 Emmons place 
Bartlett Albenia S., widow, h. 31 Green 
Bartlett Bela N., machinist, b. 145 Otis 
Bartlett Chas. N., ottomans and hassocks 

(49 Union, B.), boards 145 Otis 

Bartlett Daniel, potter A. H. Hews & Co., 

house 18 Sands [Hampshire 

Bartlett Daniel M., confectioner, h. ITS 

Bartlett Edward E., cabinetmaker. Rhoades 

building, State, house 207 Harvard 
Bartlett Enoch, driver U. R. Co., boards 

69 Mt. Auburn 
Bartlett Francis M., house 121 Oxford 
Bartlett Frank C, tremolo maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 61 Plymouth 
Bartlett Frank D., house 11 Gardner 
Bartlett Frank W., confectioner, boards 

12 Norfolk 
Bartlett Frederick I., clerk Boston Ice Co., 
Prison Point Bridge, boards 14 Lin- 
coln, Charlestown 
Bartlett Frederick R., student H. U., bds. 

42 Second 
Bartlett George A., asst. professor of Ger- 
man H. U.. rooms 27 Beck Hall 
Bartlett Horace S., apothecary, 452 Har- 
vard, house 6 Story 
Bartlett Jas., driver, 502 Main, h.31 Green 
Bartlett John (Little, Brown & Co.), 
bookseller and publisher (254 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 165 Brattle 
Bartlett John A., sawyer, 624 Main, house 

158 Putnam avenue 
Bartlett John T., janitor Little's block, 

Harvard square, boards do 
Bartlett J. Gardner, printer, 636 Main, 
house 9 Park [55 Essex 

Bartlett Mary II., widow of David C, h. 
Bartlett Samuel O., letter carrier E. Cam- 
bridge P. O., house 149 Cambridge 
Bartlett Sophronia, widow, rooms 111 Au- 
burn 
Bartlett S. O. Mrs., music teacher, 149 

Cambridge, house do. 
Bartlett Thomas E., merchant, h.42 Second 
Bartley Thomas, blacksmith, 36S Main, 
house 6 Sidney [Cambridge 

Barton Clarence E.. clerk, 168 Gore, h.163 
Barton Edward, tailor, 589 Main, house 123 
Elm [Dana 

Barton Fred Otis, student H. XL. bds. 14 
Barton Joseph, pressman Cambridge Tri- 
bune, house at Somerville 
Barton Otis dry goods (Manchester, N.H.), 

house 14 Dana 
Bascom Wm. B., bookkeeper (40 State, 

room 8, B. ), house 183 Main 
Bass George W., traveling salesman, 503 

Main, house 658 do. 
Bass Jonathan H., bootmaker, 23 Third, 
house 101 Sixth [Plymouth 

Bassett Charles A., expressman, house 20 



Bassett Henry, student Episcopal Theo- 
logical Seminary, Brattle, rooms 14 

Lawrence Hall 
Bassett Horace, traveling agent, house 11 

Lake View avenue 
Bassett Joseph, jig-sawyer, 162 Broadway, 

boards 104 Magazine 
Bassett Theophilus, h. Lake View avenue 
Batchelder Chas. F., student Scientific 

school H. U., rooms 7 Kirkland 
Batchelder Chas. H., molder, First, corner 

Thorndike, boards 134 Thorndike 
Batchelder Elbridge A. H., baggage ex- 
press (Eastern R. R., B.), house 131 

Franklin 
Batchelder F.auk, clerk (172 State, B.), 

boards 3 Walnut avenue 
Batchelder John G., foreman of bindery, 

105 Magazine, house 22 Prince 
Batchelder John M., civil engineer, house 

3 Divinity avenue 
Batchelder Joseph, driver Jaynes & Co., 

boards 44 Brookline 
Batchelder Julia A., widow, h. 22 Prince 
Batchelder Samuel, counselor, 15 Brattle, 

house 8 Hilliard 
Batchelder Samuel D., clerk (Boston P. 

O.), house 248 Harvard 
Batchelder Samuel H., britannia worker, 

Otis, near First, house 40 Third 
Batchelder Susan C. Mrs., h. 7 Kirkland 
Batchelder Wm. A., baggage express (E. 

R. R., B.), boards 131 Franklin 
Batchelder William F. (Russ Molding 

Co.), house 100 Spring 
Batchelder, see Bachelder 
Bate Abbie, widow, house 56 Brighton 
Bate Charles H., printer University Press, 

house 22 Wallace 
Bate, see Bates 

Bateman Geo. H, cabinet maker, 44 Camb. 
Bateman Wm. H., cabinet maker (Charles- 
town), house 33 Cambridge 
Bateman Wm. R., clerk (202 Federal, B.), 

house Holworthy 
Bates Andrew, traveling salesman (44 

Winter, B.), h. Sacramento, 1st on 

right 
Bates Benjamin E., student H. U., rooms 

57 Thayer Hall 
Bates Benj. F., brass finisher (B.), h. 20 

Fairmont 
Bates Charles, clerk (27 Winter, B.), house 

56 Dana 
Bates Charles P., clerk Brattle Square Ho- 
tel. 32 and 34 Brattle, boards do. 
Bates Edward, plumber, 12 Pearl, house 

82 Green 
Bates Edward B., clerk, 550 Main, boards 

11 Norfolk 
Bates Edward W., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 82 Green 
Bates Eliza Mrs., house 10 Ellery ' 
Bates Erastus C, billiard room, 521 Main, 

house 145 Washington 
Bates Esther A., widow of Wm. 2d, house 
45 Brattle 



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Bates Fletcher, bookkeeper Traders Na- 
tional Bank (91 State, B.), house 10 
Ellery 
Bates George, receiver U. R. Co., Har- 
vard square, boards 24 Shepard 
Bates George, action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, boards 275 Broadway 
Bates George W., house 11 Norfolk 
Bates George W. Mrs., house 17 Hastings 
Bates James E.. lawyer (14 State, B.), 

boards 19 Church 
Bates James V., house 19 Church 
Bates John S., dry goods, 5S7 Main, house 

24 Shepard 
Bates Walter, machinist, 72 Main 
Bates William, mason, boards 24 Shepard 
Bates Wm. EL, sexton Lee street church, 
and janitor Harvard grammar school, 
house 33 Lee 
Batteux F. Wm., artist, house 28 Cherry 
Battis Leonard, house 13 Jay [Fifth 

Bauer Frederick, cabinet-maker, house 25 
Baum Pinckney A., student H. U., rooms 
20 Matthews Hall 

BAUMEISTER AUGUSTUS, 
plumber, 436 Harvard, h. S Charles 
River 

Baumeister Augustus J., plumber, 436 
Harvard, boards 8S Mt. Auburn 

Baurk Andrew, cabinet maker, h. 80 Vine 

Bauser Charles Louis, machinist, 308 
Main, house 12 Hastings 

Baxter David N"., student H. XL, rooms 
20 Prescott 

Baxter John A. jr., driver, 502 Main, bds. 
40 Pearl 

Baxter John H., drug clerk, 474 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 

Baxter Robert, watchman, 502 Main, h. 
168 Hampshire 

Bay State Brick Co., brick mnfrs., rear 
124 Spruce, office (SPemberton sq., B.) 

Bayard Roland R., harness maker, 570 
Main, boards 75 Franklin 

Bayley Augustus R. (A. R. Bayley & Co.), 
apothecary, 607 Main, and (Bayley & 
Richardson), 32 River, h. 133 Austin 

Bayley A. R. & Co. (Augustus R. Bayley 
and Horatio S. Richardson), apothe- 
caries, 607 Main 

Bayley Frank A., clerk (27 Broad, B.), 
house 133 Austin 

Bayley & Richardson (Augustus R Bay- 
ley and Horatio S. Richardson), 
apothecaries, 32 River 

Bayley, see Bailey 

Baylies Walter C, student H. U., rooms 
24 Beck Hall 

Baysen John, shoemaker, house 20 Flagg 

Beacher Thomas C, mariner, h. 51 Clark 

Beal A. E., conductor U. R. Co. 

Beal David, painter, house 32 Hastings 

Beal Sophia, wid. of David, h. 100 Auburn 

Beale Joseph H., student H. U., rooms 
8 Thayer Hall 

Beals George W.. student H. U., rooms 34 
Holyoke House 



Beals Joseph J., clock maker, h. 25 Rice 
Beals Joseph J. jr., clerk ( 19 Bromfield, 

B.). boards 25 Rice 
Beals William, decorator (68 Pitts, B.), 

house 94 River 
Beaman J., house 124 Winsor 
Bean Charles E., brass molder (B.), house 

184 Cambridge 
Bean James S., peddler, house 149 Winsor 
Bean John W., cigars and tobacco, 149 

Winsor, house do. 
Bean J. C, pattern maker, 72 Main 
Bean Karl A., student H. U., rooms 12 

College House 

BEANE EXOCH, provisions and 
fish. 908 Main, house 6 Trowbridge 
Beaue George A., clerk, 908 Main, house 

49 Trowbridge 
Bear John, lager beer. 63 Sixth, house do. 
Bearce C. M., at 162 Broadway, b. 90 Gore 
Bearcheau Peter, hostler LT. R. Co., house 

29 Reed 
Beard Alfred, waiter, boards r. 4S Clark 
Beard Edward L.,man. of N. Y. Associated 

Press (107 State, B.), house 22 Arling- 
ton 
Beard Luke, patent thill coupling springs 

(63 Court, B.), h. 75 Hubbard avenue 
Beard, see Baird 
Beardsley Charles H., painter, boards 9 

Boardman 
Beardsley Thomas, box maker, 169 Gore, 

boards 14 Squires court 
Bearon Solomon, laborer, house 48 Clark 
BearseBenjamin, engineer, Rhoadesbldg., 

State, boards 5 Dickinson 
Bearse Charles, at 162 Broadway, boards 

96 Gore 
Bearse David EL, restaurant (28 Commer- 
cial, B.), boards 65 North avenue 
Bearse Xim, hostler U. R. Co., house Bel- 
mont, corner Montgomery 
Beattie Catherine, wid. of Thos..h.47Yine 
Beattie John, carpenter, h. 6 Berkshire pi. 
Beattie Robert W., baggage-master B. L. 

R. R., house 78 Spring 
Beattie William, laborer, 124 Harvard, h. 

15 Walnut court 
Beattie Wm. jr., printer (Devonshire, B.), 

boards 15 Walnut court 
Beaudet Ernest P., organ maker, 624 

Main, boards 172 Hampshire 
Beaudet John, organ maker, 624 Main, 

house 172 Hampshire 
Beaudet, see Burditt 
Beaumont Harvey D., carpenter, house 

27 Webster avenue 
Bebo Joseph, laborer, house 117 Spruce 
Beck Charles F., wire worker (Brighton 

avenue, B.), boards 8 Watson 
Beck George S., clerk, 568 Main, boards 8 

Watson [cor. Xew 

Beck John P., laborer, house Concord av., 
Beck Joseph, teamster F. Geldowsky 

Furniture Co., house at Somerville 
Beck Sarah P. Miss, house 2 Gerry 
Beck Tobias, house 8 Watson 



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BECKER FRANK, greenhouse and 
florist, Cambridge, cor. Prescott, and 
janitor Beck Hall, Main, corner Quin- 
cy square, house do. 
Beckett David, carpenter, b. 133 Brookline 
Beckett' Joseph R., foreman bindery Riv- 
erside Press, house 89 Putuam av. 
Beckett Richard, foreman Cambridge Gas 

Works, house 11 Broadway 
Beckett Wm. J., laborer, house 5 Sparks 
Beckett Wm. J. jr., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 5 Sparks 
Beckler Michael, cabinet maker Rhoades 

bldg., State, boards 102 Columbia 
Beckwith Loring E., lecturer and teacher, 

house 353 Harvard 
Bedell Daniel, hay dealer, 371 Main, house 

10 Harrison 
Bedell John Homer, cabinet maker, 348 

Main, boards 10 Harrison 
Bedell Phalan H., cabinet maker, 371 

Main, boards 10 Harrison 
Beebe Lydia A., wid. of Smith M.,h.7 Avon 
Beedle Melville C, carpenter, Palmer, n. 

Church, house 13 Brewer 
Beers Hiram S., printer (6 Williams court, 

B.), house 24 Howard 
Beimer Francis H., cabinet maker, house 

10 Seventh 
Belcher Almira M. Mrs., bonnet bleachery, 

193| North avenue, house do. 
Belcher Arthur A., gas fitter, 12 Harvard 

row, boards 18 Ash 
Belcher Charles E., steam fitter (69 Kilby, 

B.J, boards 473 Main 

Belcher Edward F., police station 1, h. 10 

Acacia [Main 

Belcher George G., painter (B.), house 473 

Belcher George W., safe painter, 17 Main, 

house 6 Lamson place 
Belcher Henry, hostler J. A. Wellington, 

house 1 Fifth 
Belcher Hilos C, teamster (24 Canal, B.), 

house 193| North avenue 
Belcher Jacob, teamster, 211 Bridge, bds. 

Spruce 
Belcher Joel B., teamster, bds. 42 Austin 
Belcher John E., boards 10 Acacia 
Belcher Joseph, teamster, 211 Bridge, bds. 
Spruce [3 Village 

Belcher Joseph W., molder, Pelham, h. 
Belcher Lewis, clerk, 3 Brattle, boards 

193$ North avenue 
Bell Andrew, foreman American Steam 

Safe Works, 17 Main, h. at Chelsea 
Bell Daniel, laborer, 368 Main 
Bell George H. S. Rev., pastor Rush Union 
A. M. E. Zion chapel, 519 Main, house 
Ericsson court 
Bell Henry A., cook, house 104 Harvard 
Bell John S., student H. U., rooms 404 

Harvard 
Bell Telephone Co., Middlesex Court- 
house, room 1, Third, main office (40 
Pearl, Boston) 
Bell William, lithographer Riverside Press, 
house at Boston 



Bell William, horse shoer, 202 North ave- 
nue, house Regent, n. North avenue 
Bell William A., brush maker, 12 Gore, 

house rear 102 Spring 
Bellamy R. H., brush maker, 11 Gore, 

boards at Somerville 
Bellew Laurence, hackman, bds. 75 Elm 
Bellew Robert, laborer, house 75 Elm 
Bellis William J., mason, order box, 196 

North avenue, house 29 Bolton 
Belluche Andrew, carpenter U. R. Co., 

Dunster, house 4 Riverside place 
Belluche John, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 168 Putnam avenue 
Belshaw Charles M., student H. U., rooms 

8 Matthews Hall 
Bemis Drucilla D. Mrs., dressmaker, 414 

Main, house do. 
Bemis Emery, house 158 Mt. Auburn 
Bemis Emery jr., tobacco (32 Central 

wharf, B.), house 158 Mt. Auburn 
Bemis Frederick G., student H. U., bds. 

1 Walker 
Bemis Jonathan W., physician, house 

Walker, coiner Shepard 
Bemis Margaret, widow of Abraham, h. 

rear 118 Fourth 
Bemis Richard, laborer, h. 118 Fourth 
Benard Joseph H., glass blower, house 

458 Cambridge 
Bendelari Giorgio A. C, Instructor in 
Modern Languages H. U., rooms 5 
College House 
Bengtson Pehr, printer, house 3 Seckel 
Benner Miles A., driver M. Fairbanks & 

Co. (Howard, B.J, house 24 Upton 
Bennet Bernard, shoemaker (B.), house 

32 Banks, near Flagg 
Bennet Charles H., car builder B. & A. 

repair shop (Allston), h. 8 Rockwell 
Bennet Charles H. jr., car builder B. & A. 

R. R. shop (Allston), b. 8 Rockwell 
Bennett Albert T., organ maker, Fifth, 

corner Otis, house at Somerville 
Bennett Augustus N., chair maker, house 

7 King place 
Bennett Daniel Mrs., h. 112 Thorndike 
Bennett Jas. H., produce (19 North Mark- 
et, B. ), house 17 Inman 
Bennett John, butcher, house Concord 

avenue, near slaughter house 
Bennett Josiah Q., cashier Market Nat'l 

Bank (86 State, B.), h. 36 Linn as an 
Bennett Oliver, house Richdale av., near 

Walden 
Bennett Wilder Mrs., widow, house 80 

Thorndike 
Benney Nathaniel, proofreader Riverside 

Press, house 100 River 
Bennink Cornelius G. H., dry goods, 581 

Main, house 23 Inman 
Bennink E. A. Mrs., millinery and human 
hair goods, 645 Main, bds. 31 Bigelow 
Bennink Gerritt J., carpenter, house 41 

Western avenue 
Bennink Leonard E., clerk (19 Chauncy, 
B.), boards 23 Inman 



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Benshimol Joshua, cigar manufacturer, 
house 510 Cambridge 

Benson Albert S., driver Hook and Lad- 
der No. 1, Brattle sq., h. 90 Mt Vernon 

Benson Henry J. H., hair-dresser, 117 
Cambridge, house do. 

Benson John, gardener, 25 Craigie, house 
11 Eliot 

Benson John M., carpenter, h. 17 Hewes 

Benson Mason U., treas. F. R. R. (Cause- 
way, B.), house 140 Xorth avenue 

Benson Moses, waiter Memorial Hall, 
rooms 50 DeWolf 

Bent Charles R., compositor University 
Press, boards IS Farwell place 

BEXT GEORGE C, lawyer (26 
Pemberton square, B.), evening office, 
623 Main, house OS Inman 

BENT GEORGE H., coal and wood, 
16S Main, house S Craigie 
Bent John H. (Gage & Bent), 200 Xorth 
avenue, boards Russell, cor. Orchard 
Bent Samuel A., passenger agent, house 5 

Centre 
Bent Walter T., clerk (B.), h. 17 Pleasant 
Bentley John H., house 22 Fifth 
Bentley Lydia, widow of John, h. 22 Fifth 
Benton Eliza Mrs., house r. 17 Baldwin 
Benton Wm. A. Mrs., house 21 Mellen 
Benway E., laborer, 368 Main 
Ben well Thomas J., teamster, h. 53 Wright 
Benz Charles F., sausage-maker, 75 .Sixth, 
boards do. [Spring 

Benz George, sausage-maker, hou-e 109 
Benz Magdalena, widow of George, sau- 
sage-maker, 75 Sixth, house do. 
Benzaquen Henry, foreman, 35 Pearl, h. 
64 Franklin [04 Franklin 

Benzaquen Vidal, packer, 35 Pearl, house 
Berg Edward L., glass-cutter, house Au- 
burn place 
Bergerow Joseph, laborer, b. r. 52 Spruce 
Bergerow Mary E., widow of Octavius, 

house rear 52 Spruce 
Bergerow Peter, hostler, h. E. Cambridge 
Bergin Kyreu, plasterer, house 49 Amory 
Berlyn Mark P., cigar-maker, 447^ Main, 

boards 8 Holly 
Berlyn Philip M., optician, house 8 Holly 
Bernard John H., bookbinder, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 60 River 
Berner Augustus, cabinet-maker, house 
24 Brewery [Hastings 

Bernhadt John Geo., cabinet-maker, h. 12 
Bernhardt Maximilian, in rubber factory, 

boards 52 Columbia 
Berrick Edward C, machinist (Haverhill, 

B.) , house rear 26 Front 
Berrigan John F., plumber, 634 Main, bds. 

354 Broadway 
Berry Casper, lager-beer bottler, 508 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Berry Charles E., engineer S. F. E., 5, h. 
70 Antrim [line 

Berry Elizabeth A., widow, h. 21 Brook- 
Berry Grace, widow, house 102 Harvard 
Berry James A., hostler, h. 10 McCabe 



Berry James H., cabinet-maker (Charles- 
town), boards 111 Auburn 

Berry John S., machinist, 179 Broadway, 
house at Boston 

Berry Lewis, laborer, bds. 1 Xorfolk ct. 

Berry X. Winslow, teas (25 Union, B.), h. 
S Forest 

Berry Peter, watchman U. R. Co. 

Berry Preston, hostler, house 6 Eaton 

Berry Walter Van EL, student H. U., rms. 
37 Beck Hall 

Berry William, brass-filer, 368 Main 

Berry William B.. cabinet-maker (Charles- 
town), boards 111 Auburn 

Berry Wm. B., tinsmith (79 Xorth, B.), h. 
25 Jay 

Berry Win. B. Mrs., house 70 Antrim 

Berryman E. Upshur, student H. U.,bds. 
53 Oxford 

Bersch Frank, salesman, house 4 Foster 
block, rear 87 Main 

Berthold Selma Mrs., teacher Kindergar- 
ten school, Winsor, corner School, h. 
at Boston 

Bertrand Octave, brick-maker, h. Ill 
Spruce 

Bertsch John H.. clerk (477 Washington, 
B.), boards 31 Seventh 

Bertsch Stephen, brass-finisher, house 31 
Seventh 

Bertsch Stephen, brass-finisher (15 Bow- 
ker, B.), house 33 Seventh 

Bertsch Stephen jr., marble-worker (B.), 
boards 31 Seventh 

Bertsch Wm. A., marble-worker. 6 Cam- 
bridge, boards 31 Seventh 

Bertz Louisa, widow of Augustus, bds. 
79 Oxford [pect 

Bethel Xellie Mrs., boarding-house, 3Pros- 

Bettinson Addie M. Miss, teacher Gore 
primary school, boards Go Otis 

Bettinson Edward W., bookbinder,7 Brat- 
tle, house 7 Mt. Auburn 

Bettinson Harry W., expressman, 103 Cam- 
bridge, house 124 Otis 

Bettinson James W., express, 103 Cam- 
bridge, house 65 Otis 

Bettinson Mary A. H. Mrs., nurse, house 
125 Pleasant [Auburn 

Bettinson Mehitable S., widow, house 118 

Betton Cornelius G., student Scientific 
school, H. U., rooms 59 Kirkland 

Betts George, head waiter (Young's Ho- 
tel, B.), house 55 Washington 

Beunke Fred. L., newspapers and period- 
icals, 559 Main, boards S3 Pleasant 

Beunke John, clerk, 559 Main, boards 58 
Columbia 

Beunke Leon J. Mrs., house 58 Columbia 

Bevens Elisha M., clerk, 126 Inman, bds. 
3 Prospect 

Bezanson Geo., carpenter, h. 131 Spring 

Bickford Frank B., boards 3 Worcester 

Bickford Harry W., clerk (43 Hanover, 
B.), house 2 Percy place 

Bickford Wm. E., clerk (110 F. H. Market, 
B.), house 3 Worcester 



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Bicknell Joseph G., cabinet maker and 
upholsterer, 642 Main, house 25 Elm 

Bidcllc Charles W., pastor Third Univer- 
salis Society, house 42 Arlington 

Biddle Louis A., student H. U., rooms 33 
Matthews Hall 

Bidner Edward, baker, Fourth, corner 
Vine, boards 34 Vine 

Bierwith Heinrich C, student H. U., rms. 
20 Stoughton Hall 

Bigelow Alanson jr., watches, jewelry 
and plate (511 Washington. B.j. house 
265 Harvard 

Bigelow Charles, boards 708 Main 

Bigelow Charles W., bookkeeper (18 
India square. B.), b. Marshall T. Bige 
low's, Lake View avenue 

Bigelow Clifford, cabinet-maker, boards 
514 Main 

Bigelow Edwin S. Mrs., house 84 Spring 

Bigelow Francis H., clerk (52 Kilby, B.), 
boards Marshall T. Bigelow's, Lake 
View avenue 

Bigelow Henry J., bookkeeper (23 North 
Market, B.), boards 1 Forest 

Bigelow Jonathan, produce (23 North 
Market, B.), house 1 Forest 

Bigelow Lewis H., clerk (23 North Mar- 
ket, B. ), boards 1 Forest 

Bigelow Marshall T., proof-reader Uni- 
versity Press, h. Lake View avenue 

Bigelow Melville M., lawyer (14 Court 
House, B.), house 343 Broadway 

Biggers Stephen, white washer and mason, 
house 14 Seventh [14 Seventh 

Biggers Wra. O., paper-hanger, house rear 

Biggin Bridget Miss, house 71 Brighton 

Biggs John B., mason, house 414 Main 

Bigley Daniel, horse trainer (Beacon Park, 
B. ), house G6 Kiver 

Bignoll Harriet, widow of Barnard, house 
200 Harvard 

Bill Frank C, broker (226 Washington, 
B. ), house 12 Centre 

Bill Harry C, clerk, 649 Main, b. 12 Centre 

Billings Charles T., student H. U., boards 
351 Harvard 

Billings Clarence H., merchant tailor (383 
Washington, B.), house 191 Harvard 

Billings Duncnn M., hairdresser, 1£ Brat- 
tle, boards 24 Holyoke 

Billings Harry, student H. U., rooms 19 
Thayer Hall 

Billings John D., principal Webster gram- 
mar school, house 17 Perry 

Billings LillieoreT., widow of Emilius G., 
house 6 DeWolf 

Billings Lyman K. (488 Washington, B.), 
house 191 Harvard 

Billings Uriah, house 191 Harvard 

Billmau John, traveling agent (14 Brattle 
square, B.), house 663 Main 

Binney Horace, student H. U., rooms 4 
Holworthy Hall [102 Otis 

Binney Jane, widow of Barnabas, house 

Bircheuough James, liquors, etc., 2 Hol- 
yoke, house 5 Charles River 



Bird Frank W., bookkeeper (B.), house 

38 Pine 
Bird George, house 199 Harvard 
Bird Henry M., iron founder, Broadway, 

corner Pelham. house 11 Bigelow 
Bird Herman (H. Bird & Co.), insurance 

agent, 559 Main, and (53 Devonshire, 

B.), house 149 Prospect 
Bird Horace, musician, house Belmont, 

corner Cushing 

BIRD H. & CO. (Herman Bird), in- 
surance agents, 559 Main, and (53 

Devonshire, B.) 
Bird Linus C, foreman, 37 Clark, rooms 

471 Main 
Bird Margaret, widow, house 3 Jefferson 
Bird Richard O., coachman, 820 Main, 

house 17 Kinnaird 
Bird, see Byrd 
Birmingham Thomas, at F. Draper & 

Co.'s, house at Somerville 
Birtwell Charles W., student H. U., rooms 

30 Stoughton Hall 
Bisbee John (Hale, Teele & Bisbee), soap 

• mnfrs., Davis, house 99 In man 
Bisbee Marvin D., pastor Chapel Congre- 
gational church, house 9 Tremont 
Bishop Abel S., teamster, h. 56£ Spring 
Bishop Benjamin, student H. U._. rooms 

59 Matthews Hall 
Bishop George II., upholsterer, 137 Gore, 

boards 24 Pleasant [at Boston 

Bishop James, horse-shoer, 9 Church, h. 
Bishop Joel P., law author, house 51 Sac- 
ramento 
Bishop John, laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Bishop O., driver U. R. Co. 
Bissell Julia W. Mrs., house 56 Shepard 
Bistrup Alfred J., telescope-maker Alvan 

Clark & Sons, Henry, house 13 Tufts 
Bitsch John M., paint-grinder (407 Broad, 

B.). house 69 Sixth 
Bitsch Peter, upholsterer (B.), b. 69 Sixth 
Bixby Hiram A., machinist, 356 Main, 

house 97 Washington 
Bixby Lydia Miss, house 28 Holyoke 
BjoernsonBjoernstjerne, Norwegian poet, 

house Elm wood avenue 
Black Archibald, house 6S Second 
Black Archibald B., shoe-laster (B.), bds. 

68 Second 
Black Eliza Mrs., h. Holworthy, n. Locust 
Black George R., laborer, bds. 68 Second 
Black Jas., upholsterer, h. 17 Washington 
Black James, paper-hanger, house 360 

Broadway 

BLACK JAMES WALLACE, 
photographer (333 Washington, B.), 

house 17 Avon [Broadway 

Black Jane Mrs., boarding-house, 163 
Black John, laborer, house 163 Broadway 
Black John, laborer, h. 6 Stinson court 
Black John, porter, boards 10 Elmer 
Black John A., plasterer, h. 38 Portland 
Black John H., bookbinder (B.), boards 

159 Main [Linnaean 

Black Julia E., widow of Robert, house 48 



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Black Robert, driver U. R. Co., boards 6 
Harvard square 

Black Thomas, stone-cutter A, McDonald, 
Mt. Auburn, boards Mrs. E. Black's, 
Holwortliy * [Concord av. 

Black Thomas F., bds. Mrs. Wm. Black's, 

Black William, house 159 Main 

Black William Mrs., house Concord ave- 
nue, near Alewife brook 

Black Wm. J., teamster, h. 1 Church pi. 

Black William J., boards Mrs. William 
Black's, Concord avenue 

Blacklock Adelaide J. C. Miss, dress- 
maker, house 36 Auburn 

Blacklock Ann M., widow of James S., 
house 36 Auburn 

Blacklock Eugene A., salesman (Belmont), 
boards 36 Auburn 

Blackmail Horace P., foreman mill-work, 
162 Broadway, house 2S Arlington 

Blackman William R., planer, 109 Gore, 
house S~h Sixth [lumbia 

Blackwell William, tinsmith, b. 163 Co- 

Blackwood Adam A., wholesale fish deal- 
er (404 Atlantic av., B.), b. 64 Cherry 

Blair Alex., brick-maker, h. Vassal lane 

Blair Amos, clerk, 9 Brattle, bds. 40 Win- 
throp 

Blair James, house 40 Winthrop 

Blair James, proof-reader University 
Press, house 07 Wright 

Blair Lafayette G., law student (39 Court, 
B. ), boards 34 Xorth avenue 

BLAIR TH03IAS H., treasurer and 
manager Blair Tonrogiaph Co., 1 Wiu- 
sor, and (433 Washington and 3 Win- 
ter. B.), house 15 ^"j^'VV^t- ^w* 
BLAIR TOUROGRAPH CO., 
tomograph mnfrs., T. H L BlairJreas, 
and manager, 1 Winsor and (433 
Washington and 3 Winter, B.) 

Blair William, contractor U. R. Co., house 
9 Eliot 

Blais Edmund, brick-maker, h. 134 Spruce 

Blaisdell Benjamin F. (Blaisdell & Hood), 
79 Brattle, house at Carlisle 

Blaisdell Charles P., foreman F. Geldows- 
ky Furniture Co., h. at Somerville 

Blaisdell Ezra R., teamster (35 Hawkins, 
B.), house 39 Fourth 

Blaisdell George J., asst. supt. Cambridge 
fire alarm, City building, Brattle sq., 
house 48 Winthrop 

Blaisdell John G., teamster, 42 Bridge, 
boards 39 Fourth 

Blaisdell Orrie A. Miss, fancy dry goods, 
442 Harvard, boards 760 Main 

Blaisdell & Hood (Benj. F. Blaisdell and 
Wm. H. Hood,), hard and soft wood, 
79 Brattle 

Blake Andrew M.. bookbinder (40 Boyls- 
ton, B.), house 8 Sidney 

Blake Arthur O. (Blake & Co.), confec- 
tioner, 601 Main, house 9 Avon 

Blake Arthur W., hats, caps, etc., 198 
bridge, house 158 do. 

Blake Bridget, widow, house 39 Hastings 



Blake Clarence H., book-finisher River- 
side Press, boards 8 Sidney 

Blake Eben N., tinsmith (Somerville), h. 
154 Cambridge 

Blake Edward \\\, clerk, 106 Cambridge, 
house 35 Fourth 

BLAKE EDWIN H., grocer, 158 
Cambridge, house 134 do. 
Blake Geo. O. Mrs., house 359 Harvard 
Blake George R., laborer. Bay, corner 

Western avenue, house 133 Pearl 
Blake H. E., teas, coffees, etc., 106 Cam- 
bridge, house 35 Fourth 
Blake John, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Blake John L., bookkeeper F. Geldowsky 
Furniture Co., boards at West Somer- 
ville [109 Ellery 
Blake J. Ilenrv. zoological artist, house 
Blake Theodore E., clerk, 158 Cambridge, 

house 107 do. 
Blake & Co. (Arthur O. Blake), confec- 
tioner, 601 Main 
Blakey John, shell boat builder, foot of 

DeWolf, house 39 Putnam avenue 
Blanchard Daniel, sawyer, 1 Hampshire, 

boards 32 Winsor 
Blanchard Dexter V., engineer B. & L. 

E. R., house 95 Otis 
Blanchard Frank, in rubber mill, house 16 

Berkshire place 
Blanchard F., driver U. R. Co. 
Blanchard Geo. H., clerk, 114 Cambridge, 

boards 95 Otis 
Blanchard Herbert W., student H. U., 

rooms 45 Gray's Hall 
Blanchard John W., carpenter, house 16 

Berkshire place 
Blanchard J. Henry, salesman (41 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 47 River 
Blanchard Wm. M.. blacksmith, 19 Main, 

boards 7 Broadway 

Bland John P., pastor Lee street church, 

house 15 Lee [Brighton, h. do. 

Blaney Maria L. Miss, bread store, 6 

Blaney Sarah, widow of Patrick, house 

1234 Winsor 
Blank Ernest, varnisher (1299 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 110 Pleasant 
Blatchford Wm. H., mason, h. 71 Pleasant 
Blennerhassett John, gardener, house 2 
Garden court [31 Willard 

Blennerhassett Richard, gardener, house 
Blessington Hugh Mrs., house 6 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Blessington Jas., 19 Main, h. at Boston 
Blevins James, tin roofer (B.& A. R. Co., 
AUston), h. Derby lane,opp. Inman ct. 

BLEVJXS JOHN J., slater,3 Doug- 
lass, house 94 Putnam avenue 
Blevins Mary, wid. of John L.,h. 19 Park 
Blevins Wm. B., laborer, 172 Pearl, house 

19 Park [36 Moore 

Blight John, porter (56 Summer, B.), h. 
Blish Lucia, widow, house 39 Dana 
Bliss Ariadne Miss, private school, 39 

Dana, boards do. [do. 

Bliss Benj., cigarmaker, 599 Main, b. 5894. 



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Bliss Henry W.. student H. U., rooms 41 

Gray's Hall [Hall 

Bliss James, student H. U. } rms. 16 Gray's 
Bliss Zenas W., proof reader Riverside 

Press, house 25 Prince 
Blodgett Aharo Mrs., h. 11 Worcester 
Bloduett Elias, paper stock (85 Purchase, 

B.), house 69 Otis 
Blodgett Stephen H., student H. U., rms. 

36 Gray's Hall [Hollis Hall 

Blodgett Wm. A., student H. U., rooms 3 
Blood Hiram, engineer steamer No. 3, 

house 40 Fifth [Water 

Bloom Geo., driver, 208 Bridge, boards 5 
Blossom Frank M., sawyer, bds. 84 Moore 
Blount Wm., brass finisher, 368 Main 
Blunt Eugene, machinist, 308 Main, bds. 

14 Green 
Blunt John J., laborer, house 48 Hastings 
Blunt William, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

14 Green 

Blye Benj., boards 275 Broadway 
Boardman Anna, widow of Andrew,house 

15 Laurel 

Boardman Charles, house Washington 
avenue, opposite Foxcroft 

Boardman Edward, painter, house Jack- 
son, near Belmont 

Boardman Ellen F., bookkeeper, 575 Main, 
boards 15 Laurel 

Boardman Wm. C., tailor (21 Summer, B.), 
house 204 Pearl 

Bocher Ferdinand, prof, of Modern Lan- 
guages H. U., h. 12 Holyoke place 

Bock Rudolphus C., telescope maker, Al- 
van Clark & Sons, Henry, boards 208 
Harvard 

BOCK WILLIAM A., florist, 329 
North avenue, house do. 
Bodemer Charles Julius, carver, 384 Main, 

house 145 Columbia 
Bodwell Albert, house 5784 Main 
Bodwell Frederick, engineer (B. ), house 

484 Main 
Boehlman Andrew, butcher, house 116 

Webster avenue 
Boggs Edwin P., com. mer. (33 Central, 

B.), boards 336 Broadway 
Boggs Francis M., steamship master (33 

Central, B. ), house 289 Broadway 
Bogie Jas., compositor University Press, 

boards Brewer 
Bohmiller Leopold, currier, h. 35 Reed 
Bohn Loureuze, piano keymaker, boards 

181 Harvard 
Bokman Louis, safe painter, 17 Main, 

house 8 Rogers block, Brewery 
Bole Robert S., clerk, Pearl, corner Lake, 

boards 50 Hamilton 
Bolaud James, blacksmith, 356 Main, 

boards 165 Broadway 
Bolen Patrick, laborer B. & L. R. R., h. 

rear 30 Gore 

BOLGEK JAMES, horse shoer, 
Palmer, n. Church, h. 92 Mt. Auburn 
Bolles Fannie D., wid. of Frederick, house 
102 Mt. Auburn 



Bolles Frank, law student H. U., and edi- 
tor and prop. Harvard Daily Echo, 3 
Linden 
Bolo George N., molder (Navy Yard, 

Charlestown), house 166 Norfolk 
Bolster John C, clerk (33 Summer, B.), 

boards 10 Banks 
Bolster Mary, widow of John,h. 10 Banks 
Bolster Richard, shoemaker, 20 Brighton, 

house 12 Banks 
Bolster Thomas C, gas fitter, b. 10 Banks 
Bolton Henry, foreman, 126 Portland, 

house 96 Winsor 
Bond Catharine H. Miss, house 8 Holyoke 
Bond Elizabeth H. Miss, house 8 Holyoke 
Bond John H., agent, house 74 Elm 
Bond Mary, widow of Richard, house 73 

North avenue 
Bond Selina C. Miss, assistant at Observa- 
tory, house at Chelmsford 
Bonnanphen Alphonce, tinsmith, rear 104 

Main, boards do. 
Bonnelli Louis H., salesman (13 Howard, 

B.), house 64 Sidney 
Bonner John, lather, house 17 Dyke 
Bonnett William, laborer, house 7 Elmer 
Bonney Lucy A., widow of Charles, house 

3 Lawrence 
Bonney Pelham, insurance broker and 
prop, of Freeman's Iron Mandrake 
Syrup (22 School, B.), h. 52 Pleasant, 
Bonney Perez F., salesman (518 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 32 Arlington 
Bonney William L., at (450 Washington, 

B.), boards 4 Langdou 
Bonsai Leigh, student H. U., rooms 53 

Thayer Hall 
Booker Simeon, molder, Pelham, house 

179 Harvard 

Boone Chas. F., cooper (Somerville), h. 

rear 240 Cambridge [35 Park 

Booth Thomas, grocer, 82 Pleasant, house 

Boothby Frank, tin packer (North, B.), 

boards 23 Sidney 
Borden Charles, trunk maker, rear 380 
Main, boards 40 Austin [Norfolk : 

Borden Herbert W., carpenter, house 66 
Borges Anthony, laborer, h. 23 Plymouth 
Borges Joaquin, hairdresser, 204 Cam- 
bridge, house 8 Eighth 
Borges Manuel, hairdresser, b.23 Plymouth 
Borland Benjamin M., student H. U., 
rooms 17 Felton 

Bonier , laborer, house 14 Jackson 

Boston Bolt and Nut Co., A. D. Clark, 

proprietor, 128 Portland 
Boston Branch Grocery, Chas. F. Smith, 

proprietor, 245 Broadway 

Boston Chemical Works. Edward Cham- 

berliu, proprietor, Third, near Bent, 

office (27 Doane, B.) 

Boston Henry, laborer, b. 381 Cambridge 

Boston Ice Co., Prison Point bridge, and 

(76 State, B.) 
Boston Stamping Works, Third, n. Broad- 
way, Seavey & Co., props., salesroom 
(93 to 97 North, B.) 



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Boston Star Collar Co., L. A. Dean, prop., 
paper collar and cuff mnfrs., 200 
Hampshire 

Boston Woven Hose Co.. 74 Portland, 
Kobert Cowen. superintendent 

Boston & Lowell Railroad machine shop, 
Bridge, near Craigie bridge 

Boston & Maine Railroad machine shop, 
Prison Point road, near Boston line 

Bosworth Leonard, carpenter, house 3 
Holly avenue [court 

Bosworth Wm. E., carpenter, h. 10 Putnam 

Bouchay Peter, brick maker, house Dub- 
lin, 2d from Wyatt's brick yard 

Boucher Joseph II., blacksmith's helper, 
house 3 Third [Cambridge 

Boughton Henry, carpenter, boards 381 

Boulter Joseph, teamster (B.), house 37 
Cambridge 

Bourget Peter, laborer A. H. Hews & Co., 
h. Crescent av., opp. the pottery 

Bourn George F.. clerk (140 Mt. Yernon, 
B.). house 15 Union 

Bourn Robert T., carpenter (140 Mt. Yer- 
non, B.), house 104 Hampshire 

Bourne F., driver U. K. Co. 

Bourne Mary A. Miss, teacher Gore pri- 
mary school, boards 05 Otis 

Bournique Hannah L., widow of Louis, 
house 87 Gore 

Bout well Nathan B., commission mer- 
chant, house 70 Hubbard avenue 

Bowen A. J., studeut, boards foot of 
Divinity avenue 

Bowen Bernard, laborer, h. 34 Charles 

Bowen Charles F., pop corn, house Hotel 
Brooks 

Bowen Charles S., boards 9 Follen 

Bowen Cornelius, laborer, h. rear 98 Main 

Bowen Curley, boiler maker, 72 Main 

Bowen Francis, Alford Professor of Nat- 
ural Religion, Moral Philosophv, and 
Civil Polity H. U., house 9 Follen 

Bowen James, laborer, h. 104 Harvard 

Bowen James, laborer, h. 3 Lechmere pi. 

Bowen James Williams, student H. U., 
rooms 40 Weld Hall 

Bowen Lucy A. Mrs., pop corn mufr., 
Hotel Brooks, house do. 

Bowen Orson O. (100 Portland, B.), house 
3 Boardman place 

Bowen Richard, laborer, house 5 McCabe 

Bowen Thomas B., carriage painter, 232 
North avenue, house at Boston 

Bowen Timothy, boiler maker, 72 Main 

Bowers Arthur E., clerk, Main, junction 
Washington, boards 1 Rogers block 

Bowers Charles E. (25 Congress, room 2, 
B.), boards 274 North avenue 

Bowers Edmund B., clerk (40 State, B.), 
boards 10 Hollis 

Bowers Edward H., confectioner, house 
Somerville avenue, corner White 

Bowers Edward L., safe painter (74 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 27 Cambridge 

Bowers Frances Miss, asst, sec. TJ. S. S. 
Society (7 Tremont pi., B.) b. 10 Hollis 



1 Bowers John M., engineer, b. 10S Norfolk 
Bowers Lydia E. Mrs., house 10 Hollis 
Bowers TJ., hostler U. R. Co., ^sorth av. 
Bowes Thomas, hostler, house 4 Rogers 
block, Washington 

Bowie William, shoemaker, 7 Harvard sq., 
house 25 Mt. Auburn . 

Bowker Edwin F., civil engineer and sur- 
veyor. 623 Main 

Bowker Joseph H., boarding-house, 165 
Broadway 

Bowker Winslow L., bookkeeper (53 Com- 
mercial, B. ), house 3 Avon 

Bowland James, blacksmith, 308 Main 

Rowland Thomas, machinist, 30b Main 

Bowley Asa F., tin-plate worker, house 2 
Central place 

Bowley Isaac B., stereotyper, h. Cow- 
pert hwaite 

Bowman Abijah, house 42 North avenue 

Bowman Algernon, laborer, h. 107 Mt. 
Auburn (Main 

Bowman Charles F., paper-hanger, h. 439 

Bowman Joanna II., widow of Abner H., 
house 01 Oxford 

Bowman Orlando, salesman (216 State, 
B ), house 40 Essex 

Bowyer William, provisions, 120 River, 
house 124 do. 

Boyce Ann Miss, house G Yine 

Boyce Charles H. (Thomas F. Boyce & 
Co.), 122 Columbia, bds. 37 Union 

Boyce Hannah, w. of Thos., h. 37 Union 

Boyce Margaret S. Mrs., house 30 Rice 

Boyce Thomas F. (T. F. Boyce & Co.), 
grocer, 122 Columbia, bds. 37 Union 

Boyce T. F. ifc Co. (Thomas F. and Chas. 
F. Boyce), grocers, 122 Columbia 

Boyd Alexander, student H. U., rooms 9 
Hohvorthy Hall 

Boyd Charles E., bookbinder Riverside 
Press, boards 02 Trowbridge 

Boyd Edward, laborer, house 77 Broadway 

Boyd Esther Miss, milliner, b. 81 Auburn 

Boyd Fannie L. Miss, millinery, SI Au- 
burn, boards do. 

Boyd James, cabinet maker, b. 374 Main 

Boyd James, engineer, house 04 Cherry 

Boyd John, laborer, 308 Main 

Boyd Ormon T., grocer (216 State, B.), h. 
" 33 Linnaean 

Boyd Thomas, architect (28 State, room 
40, B.), house 81 Auburn 

Boyd Thomas, laborer, h. 147 Broadway 

Boyd Wm., engineer, h. 17 Myrtle place 

Boyd William, printer University Press, 
house 02 Trowbridge 

Boyd William A., stereotyper U/niversity 
Press, house 3 Hancock place 

Boyden Benjamin F., grocer, 854 Main, h. 
* 52 Mt. Auburn 

Boyden Benjamin F., tinsmith (B.), bds. 
Ross House 

Boyden Louis F., clerk (97 Summer, B.), 
boards 52 Mt. Auburn 

Boyden Sanford E., carriage trimmer, 170 
North avenue, house 212 do. 



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Boyer Fred W., clerk (O. C. R. R. freight 

depot, B.), boards 516 Main 
Boyer Samuel, stair builder, 379 Main, h. 

616 do. 
Boyle Bernard, teamster, h. 25 Jefferson 
Boyle Charles, junk dealer (69 Pitts, B.), 

house 3 Seventh 
Boyle Daniel (Daniel Boyle & Co.), liquors, 

etc.. 307 Cambridge, house do. 
Boyle Daniel & Co. (Daniel Boyle), liquors, 

307 Cambridge 
Boyle Elizabeth, w. of John.h. 163 Winsor 
Boyle James, teamster, h. 77 Concord av. 
Boyle James, cabinet maker, Woodbury 

bldcr., Otis, house 102 Columbia 
Boyle James, boards 12 Third 
Boyle Jeremiah, cabinet maker, Rhoades 

bldg., State, house 34 Charles 
Boyle John, teamster, house 96 Trcmont 
Boyle Mary A. Miss, house 121 Third 
Boyle Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

25 Seventh 
Boyle Rebecca, widow of Edward, house 

Walden, corner Dublin 
Boyle Thos., blacksmith, h. 6 Hannum blk. 
Boyle William, laborer, house 196 Spruce 
Boyle William, laborer, house 125 Third 
Boyle Win. C, laborer, house 125 Third 
Boyman Jas. A., brick layer, h. 12 Banks 
Boynton Charles E., student H. U., rras. 

9 Story 
Boynton Charles F., real estate, house 4 

Mt. Pleasant 
Boynton Edward P., boots and shoes (50 

Cambridge, B.j, house 15 Avon 
Boynton Francis N., cooper (E. B.), house 

5 Gordon place 
Boynton Fred H., bookkeeper Niles Bros., 

Concord avenue, house at Belmont 
Boynton Herbert A., clerk (139 Milk, B.), 

house 290 Pearl 
Boynton H. S., driver U. R. Co. 
Boynton John L., house 151 Cambridge 
Boynton John P., pork-cutter, boards 85 

Concord avenue 
Boynton Julia O. Miss, bookkeeper, 9 

Brattle, boards 32 Shepard 
Boynton Morris B., produce (53 Commer- 
cial, B.), house 13 Chauncy 
Boyntou Perkins, house 11 Perry 
Boynton Robt. H., molder, h. 179 Main 
Boynton Sadie M., clerk, 228 North ave- 
nue, boards 4 Mt. Pleasant 
Boynton Walter, molder, house 177 Main 
Boynton Warren R., watchman, house 85 

Concord avenue 
Boynton Win. II., laborer, h. 54 Portland 
Boyson Geo., provisions, 8£ Mt. Auburn, 

house 10 do. 
Boyson George H., bookbinder Riverside 

bindery, house 30 Fairmont 
Boyson Sarah A., widow of William G., h. 

30 Fairmont 
Boyson Simon M., provisions, 21S Green, 

house do. 
Boyson William L , book-binder Riverside 

bindery, house 26 Fairmont 



Brabrook Eliza C, widow of Ezra H., h. 

320 Harvard 
Bracelien Catharine, widow of Michael, 

house 35 Sargent 
Bracelien Lewis, painter, bds. 35 Sargent 
Brackett Almon (A. Brackett & Co.), car- 
riage painter, 18 Cambridge, house 

168 do. 
Brackett A. & Co. (Almon Brackett), car- 
riage painters, 18 Cambridge 
Brackett Charles W., asst. engineer C. F. 

D., boards 133 Mt. Auburn 
Brackett Ira A., clerk Board of Trade (53 

State, B.), boards 168 Cambridge 
Brackett I. Frank, boots and shoes, 184 

North avenue, house 15 Worcester 
Brackett James, house 23 Everett 
Brackett Jeffrey R., student H. U., rooms 

7 Holworthy Hall 
Brackett Win. H, carriage painter, house 

133 Mt. Auburn 
Bradburv Caleb B., paying teller National 

Bank of Redemption (85 Devonshire, 

B.), house 45 Walden 
Bradbury John P., traveling salesman, 

503 Main 
Bradbury Win. F., Hopkins master high 

school, house 369 Harvard 
Bradbury Wm. H., student H. U., house 

369 Harvard 
Bradeen Jacob F., teamster, 169 Gore, and 

mason, house 32 Fourth 

BRADEEN JOTHAM S., hay, 
coal, etc., 253 Cambridge, house 4 Oak 
Bradford James B., publisher (N. Y.), h. 

Mt. Pleasant, 3d on right 
Bradford J. Russell, marine adjustor (56 

State, B. ), house 375 Harvard 
Bradford Mary R. Mrs., h. 375 Harvard 
Bradford Robert, laborer, h. 118 Fourth 
Bradford Russell, law student H. U., bds. 

375 Harvard [46 Sacramento 

Bradford Sarah B., widow of Isaac, house 
Bradford Thomas H., clerk (130 North, 

B.), house Qd Columbia 
Bradford , driver U. R. Co., 3 Har- 
vard square 
Bradish Arthur P., clerk (477 Washing- 
ton, B. ) , boards 5 Lee 
Bradish Frank E., law student H. U., 

boards 5 Lee 
Bradish Henry, baker, house 2 Stevens ct. 
Bradish Levi J., commission merchaut(89 

Bedford, B.j, house 5 Lee 
Brad lee Charles II., printer University 

Press, house 9 Brewer 
Bradlee Charles L., locksmith and brass 

worker, 648 Main, house 64(5 do. 
Bradlee Ellen M. Miss, bookkeeper, 10 

Arrow, house at Watertown 
Bradley Abraham, carpenter, house 291 

Cambridge 
Bradley Charles W., boards 757 Main 
Bradley Daniel A., finisher, bds. r. 63 Gore 
Bradley John W., commi>sion merchant, 

(103 Summer, B.), house 757 Main 
Bradley Joseph Mrs., house 757 Main 



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Bradley Julia, widow of John, h. 25 Sixth 
Bradley Mary, widow of John, house 123 

Winsor 
Bradley Michael, shoemaker, 171 Dublin, 

boards do. 
Bradley Richard M., student H. IT., and 
• editor and proprietor Harvard Daily 

Echo, 3 Linden, rooms 6 Weld Hall 
Bradley William, teamster, house 74 

Hampshire 
Bradshaw Aaron, oil and candles (7 Cen- 
tral wharf, B ), house 44 Erie 
Bradshaw Alfred A., clerk (420 Washing- 
ton, B.). house 6 Perry 
Brady Bridget Miss, variety store, 15 

Vine, house do. 
Brady Charles, laborer, h. 2 Stevens court 
Brady Edward, police, station 2, house 

rear 13 Pine 
Brady Edward J., grocer, 37(3 Cambridge, 

house 163 Winsor 
Brady Henry, granite-cutter, boards 10 

Broadway 
Brady James, painter, boards Joseph Du- 

teau's, Walden 
Brady James T., clerk (376 Atlantic ave- 
nue, B.), boards 2 Stevens court 
Brady Jeremiah, glass blower, h. 4 Fourth 
Brady John, laborer, house rear 15 Vine 
.Brady John, laborer, house 31 Seventh 
Brady Michael, laborer, house 45 Harding 
Brady Michael, potter, boards Joseph Du- 

teau's, Walden 
Brady Michael J., baker, 82 Mount Au- 
burn, house 7 Mill 
Brady Patrick, glass maker, house 195 

Hampshire [Winter 

Brady Patrick F., laborer (B.), house 25 
Brady Thomas M., marble worker, 19 

Main, house at Somerviile 
Brady William, laborer, house 40 Spring 
Brady William, teamster Jaynes & Co., 

house 25 Sidney 
Bragan Michael J., tailor, 4 Pearl 
Bragdon O. S. Miss, supt. Cambridge P. 

O., 7 Harvard row, boards at Boston 
Bragg Warren S. (Custom House, B.), 

house 117 Prospect 
Braham Joseph, baker, house 65 Vine 
Braham Joseph F., cook (B.), b. 65 Vine 
Brainard Cornelius S., laborer, house 209 

Mt. Auburn 
Braman Ann E., widow, h. 97 Columbia 
Braman Win. F., clerk (freight depot B. 

& L. R. R., B.), bds. 97 Columbia 
Bramhall Charles E., key leveler, 162 

Broadway, house 16 Watson 
Bramhall Geo. N.. house 21 Cherry 
Branch Mary E. Mrs., h. 40 Concord av. 
Branch Philip N., student (33 School, B.),' 

house 46 Concord avenue 
Brandegee Edward D., student H. U., 

rooms 43 Holyoke House 
Brandon John, laborer, h. 254 Franklin 
Brandt Henry H., painter, 436 Main, h. 8 

Village 
Branick Joseph, laborer, h. 123 Fourth 



Brantigan "Hugo, pocket book maker, 

105 Magazine, h. at Jamaica Plain ■ 
Braslin Cornelius V., electrotyper River- 
side Press, house 13 Dyke 

Braslin Daniel, butcher, bds. 77 Spruce 
Braslin Hugh, earthern ware agent, house 

88 Putnam avenue 
Braslin Hugh J., cracker packer, 31 Elm, 

house 41 Union 
Braslin James E., stereotyper (B.), house 

7 Willard 
Braslin Joseph, boiler maker B. & L. R. 

R. shop, boards rear 67 Charles 
Braslin Mary, wid. of John, h. 77 Spruce 
Braslin Mary J., house 431 Cambridge 
Braslin Owen Mrs., house 7 Willard 
Braslin Timothy, laborer, 356 Main, house 

147 Franklin 
Braslin Timothy, laborer, h. 105 Spruce 
Braslin Timothy jr., ice man, boards 105 

Spruce 
Braslin, see Breslin 

Brasseli Daniel B , laborer, h. 191 Frank- 
lin 
Brassell Ellen Mrs., house 200 Norfolk 
Brasseli John, laborer, h. 337 Cambridge 
Brassil James, laborer, house 2(5 Fhigg 
Brassil John, laborer, house 42 Banks 
Brassil Timothy, laborer, 368 Main, house 

147 Franklin 
Brattle Square Hotel, Geo. W. Brigham 

prop , 32 and 34 Brattle square 
Brattles Edward, gardener, h. li Follen 
Braun Philip H., grocer, 228 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Braxton Cary, waiter Memorial Hall, 

house at Boston 
Braxton Patrick, house 32 Hastings 
Bray Charles L., driver U. R. Co., boards 

106 Tremont 

Brazean Antoine, house 37 Vine 

Brazier Abbie M., widow of Franklin J., 

house 18 Bigelow 
Brazil James T., plumber (B.), boards 33 

Banks 
Brazil Thomas, laborer, house 33 Banks 
Breeden George, bookkeeper (Wareham, 

cor. Maiden, B.), house 14 Fairmont 
Breeden Lewis, plumber (65 Chestnut, 

B), house 14 Fairmont 
Breeden Mary R., widow of Lewis, house 

14 Fairmont 
Breen Bartholomew, laborer, h. 8^ Foster 
Breen Catherine, widow, house 16 Vine 
Breen Jeremiah, laborer, h. 121 Third 
Breen Patrick, laborer, boards 8£ Foster 
Breen Thomas, carpenter, h.2 Jefferson 
Breen Timothy J., carriage painter, rear 

10 Brattle, house 13 Charles River 
Breen William J., milkman, 171 Thorn- 
dike, house do. ' 
Brennan Bridget Miss, house 11 Andrew 
Brennan Catherine J. Mrs. , grocer, 11 Lo- 
pez, house do. 
Brennan George A., tin peddler, boards 
66 Charles [DeWolf 

Brennan James, granite cutter, house 24 



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Brennan James E., clerk, 432 Harvard, h. 

rear 4 Charles River 
Brennan John, laborer, h. 271 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan John, laborer, house 22 Warren 
Brennan John, laborer, house 12 Charles 

River 
Brennan John N., overseer rubber facto- 
ry, house 79 Clark 
Brennan John P., machinist, boards 250 

Bridge 
Brennan Margaret, widow of Richard, h. 

250 Bridge 
Brennan Martin, stone-cutter, 19 Main, 

house 52 VVinthro.p 
Brennan Mary Mrs., h. Cushing, n. Locust 
Brennan Michael, laborer, house 4 Han- 

num block, rear 114 Broadway 
Brennan Michael, upholsterer, house 202 

Hampshire 
Brennan Patrick, laborer Riverside Press, 

boards LI Andrew 
Brennan Patrick, laborer, house Garden 

court, 2d from Dublin 
Brennan Peter, stone-cutter, 45 Main, 

house 325 Cambridge 
Brennan Robert H., glass presser, boards 

250 Bridge 
Brennan Timothy J., laborer, h. 14 Sparks 
Brennan Win. J., brush maker, house 

60 Charles 
Breslin Joseph, boiler maker B. & L. R. 

R. shop, boards rear 67 Charles 
Breslin Michael, wheelwright, 355 North 

avenue, boards 47 Reed 
Bresnan Mary, wid. of Patrick, h. 18 Reed 
Breton August, cook, Lyceum building, 

house 12 Eliot 
Brett Henry E., mechanical engineer, 608 

Main, boards 79 Auburn 
Brett John, painter, 642 Main, boards 2 

Sands 
Brett Samuel G., manufacturer Brett's 

Eureka Salve (247 Washington, B.), 

house 82 Green 
Brewer David, provisions, 9 Brattle, h. 

32 Shepard 
Brewer Edward W., student H. U., rooms 

22 Gray's Hall 
Brewer Thomas 1L, provisions, 1 Brewer 

block, Brattle square, house do. 
Brewer Thomas H. jr., clerk, 1 Brewer 

block, Brattle square, boards do. 
Brewster Edwin A., clerk, 539 Main, bds. 

3 Somerset 
Brewster Frank, law student H. U., rooms 

404 Harvard [court 

Brewster Hiram, carpenter, b. 6 Squires 
Brewster John, banker ^35 Congress, B.), 

house 145 Brattle 
Brewster William, student H U., rooms 

28 Weld Hall [Sparks 

Brewster William, naturalist, house 61 
Brewster William F. (room 4, 31 Milk, 

B.), house 37 Brattle 
Briand x\lex., carpenter, h. 2 Marvin pi. 
Brickett Geo. E., brush maker (B.), house 

11 Conlon court 



Brickett Mary Etta Miss, brace suppor- 
ter maker (Washington, cor. Hayward 

place, B. ) : boards 11 Conlon court 
Bridden Benjamin F., police, station 5, 

house 319 North avenue 
Bridden Benjamin F. jr., telephone re- 
pairer, 12 Harvard Row, house 114 

Concord av., corner Walden 
Bridden Horace E., letter carrier P. O., 

625 Main, house 175 Pearl 
Bridge Eliza Miss, house 47 Austin 
Bridge Josiah, student H. U., rooms 94 

Oxford 
Bridge J. Walter, clerk (19 Summer, B.), 

boards 47 Austin 
Bridge Mary A. C. Miss, house 47 Austin 
Bridge Mary E. Miss, house 47 Austin 
Bridge Samuel G., roofer, 559 Main, house 

35 Auburn 
Bridge Theodore E., clerk (19 Summer, 

B.), boards 47 Austin 
Bridge W., at Shaw, Applin & Co.'s, 54 

Bridge 
Bridges Charles H., machinist, 72 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Bridges Julia A., widow of Hiram, house 

62 Auburn 
Bridgman Lewis J., student H. U., rms. 

15 Prospect 
Bridgman Martha H., widow of W. H., 

house 15 Prospect 
Briggs Carrie E., widow, h. 9 Sacramento 
Briggs Charles P., student H. U., rooms 

30 Gray's Hall 
Briggs Earl C, clerk, boards 35 Seventh 
Briggs George R., Tutor in Mathematics 

H. U., house 61 Kirkland 
Briggs George T., house 12 Gerry 
Briggs George W., pastor Austin street 

Unitarian society, house 61 Kirkland 
Briggs John, house 41 Walden, n. F. R. R. 
Briggs Le Baron R., Tutor in Greek H. 

U., house 61 Kirkland 
Briggs Sarah M., widow of Walter D., 

house 720 Main 
Briggs Walter D., clerk (15 Chauncy, B.) f 

boards 720 Main 
Briggs Wm. H., organ maker, 624 Main, 

house 569 do. 
Brigham Clifford, law student H.U., rooms 

9 Linden 
Brigham Frederick A., clerk (130 Federal, 

B.), house 28 Howard 
Brigham Freeman, jobber, house Jay 

street place 
Brigham George W., prop. Brattle Square 

Hotel, 32 and 34 Brattle square, h. do. 
Bright Elizabeth Mrs., h. 104 Trowbridge 
Bright Ellen Miss, house 104 Trowbridge 
Bright Elma H, clerk, b. 328 Broadway 
Bright George C., student H. U., rooms 

11 Felton Hall 
Bright Horace O., pres. Boston Ice Co. 

(76 State, B.), house 328 Broadway 
Bright John J., Boston Ice Co. (76 State, 

B.), house 320 Broadway 
Brignolia Joseph, house 35 Brookline 



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Brim Fidel, rubber-worker, house rear 

57 Charles 
Brine Charles F., clerk, 10 Harvard row, 

boards 1 Banks 
Brine James W., clothing, etc., 10 Harvard ! 

row, house at Soraerville 
Brine John, laborer, house 34 Cambridge 
Brine Julia Mrs., furniture, 131 Bridge, 

house do. 
Brine Robert, tailor (19 Tremont row, B.), 

house 74 Otis 
Brine Robert F., clerk (319 Washington, 

B. ), boards 74 Otis 
Brine, see O'Brien 

Brinkley Richard, laborer, h. 30 Hastings 
Brinsmade William G., student H. U.,rms. 

25 College House 
Bristol Edgar S., bookkeeper (96 Summer, 

B.), house 103 Inraan 
Brittan John, laborer, house Vineland, 

near Gushing 
Britton Henry A., cabinet-maker, Otis, c. 

First, house 89 Spring 
Britton Jos., clerk (P. O., B.), boards 30 

Western avenue [Boston 

Broaders John, carpenter, 379 Main, h. at 
Brock Brothers (H. D., O. H. and F. E. 

Brock), stoves, etc., 12 and 10 Brattle 
Brock Edwin O., carpenter, boards 117 

Prospect 
Brock Frank E. (Brock Bros.), tinsmith, 

12 Brattle, boards 119 Prospect 
Brock Halli O. (Brock Brothers), stoves, 

12 Brattle, boards 119 Prospect 
Brock John A., at M. Fairbanks & Co.'s 

(Howard. B.), house r. 58 Cambridge 
Brock Leslie X.. bookkeeper, 12 Brattle, 

boards 119 Prospect 
Brock Ossian H. (Brock Bros.), tinsmith, 

12 Brattle, boards 119 Prospect 
Brock Solomon H., carpenter, house 117 

Prospect 
Brock S. Pearl, clerk (670 Washington, 

B.), boards 117 Prospect 
Brock Thomas, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Brock Willie C, printer (45 Pearl, B.), b. 

rear 58 Cambridge 
Broderick Ann Mrs., boards 54 Gore 
Broderick O, laborer, 3(38 Main 
Broderick James, molder, bds. 47 School 
Broderick Thomas J., student, boards 

190 Bridge 
Brodie Hugh, blacksmith, bds. 7 Blanche 
Brodrick Edward, carriage- painter, 232 

North avenue, bds. 32 Coggswell av. 
Brodrick Ellen, widow of Daniel, board- 
ing-house, 190 Bridge 
Brodrick Win., currier, bds. 364 North av. 
Brogan Bernard J., hairdresser, 164 Cam- 
bridge, house 88 Gore 
Brogan Ellen, widow of James, house 106 

Harvard 
Brogan John, gardener, house 14 Dublin 
Brogan John A., clerk, 168 Gore, house 

9 Squires court [mond 

Brogan John F., teamster, bds. 51 Ray- 
Brogan Michael, tailor, boards 387 Main 



Brogan Nicholas J., laborer, house 6 

Coggswell place 
Brogan Patrick, laborer, h. 51 Raymond 
Brogan Thomas, express (4 Central, B.), 

boards 51 Raymond 
Brogan Wm. J., milkman, bds. 14 Dublin 
Brohan Edward H., tin-plate worker, bds. 

58 Spring 
Brohan Patrick, engineer, Otis, n. First, 

house 58 Spring 
Bron Anthony, carpenter, house 20 Enst 
Brookings Charles S. (Brookings & Sheat'e), 

painter, 7 Western av.. h. 31 Decatur 
Brookings Samuel H., furniture, etc., 197 

North avenue, house 193^ do. 
Brookings &' Sheaf e (Chas. S. Brookings 

and John C. Sheat'e), painters, 7 

Western avenue 
Brooks Ann Mrs., boarding-house, 32 

Coggswell avenue 
Brooks Edward, student H. U., rooms 20 

Dnnster 
Brooks Edwin C, engineer pumping- 

house C. W. W., Lake View av.. h. do. 
Brooks Eugene D., leather, etc. (173 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 21 Lee 
Brooks Evelina Miss, teacher Willard pri- 
mary school, boards 830 Main 
Brooks George M., Judge of Probate and 

Insolvency, Court House, Third, h. 

at Concord, Mass. [av. 

Brooks Gertrude L. Mrs., h. 18 Coggswell 
Brooks Hiram W., com. mer. (42 Arch, 

B. ), house 5 Dana 
Brooks Isaac Mrs., house 53 Dana 
Brooks Isaac A., house Lake View av. 
Brooks James W. (108 Summer, B.), house 

4 Berkeley 
Brooks John, machinist, 368 Main 
Brooks John, treas. (19 Exchange pi., B.), 

house 67 Sparks • 
Brooks John W., carpenter, h. 68 Spring 
Brooks J. Mason, clerk, house 28 Inmau 
Brooks Matthew,carpenter, h. 204 Harvard 
Brooks Michael, bootmaker, 14 Pearl, 

boards 99 Brookline 
Brooks Nathaniel P.. office 221 Bridge, b. 

at Boston 
Brooks Patrick, marble-worker A. Mc- 
Donald. Mt. Auburn, house foot of 

McDonald 
Brooks Samuel A., house 123 Washington 
Brooks Sumner J., house 119 North av. 
Brooks Susan Mrs., house 13 Tremont 
Brooks William, at P. O. (B.). h. 830 Main 
Brooks William F., clerk, 5 Brattle, bds. 

rear Mt. Auburn, opp. cemetery 
Brooks Wm. H. Mrs., house 318 Harvard 
Broomheade Mark, coffee dealer, house 

214 Columbia [Hampshire 

Brophy Timothy, eity laborer, house 190 
Brosnahan John F., mason, h. 63 Spruce 
Brosnahan Thomas P., laborer, house 140 

Spruce 
Brosnahan Timothy, laborer, h. 5 Jackson 
Brousseau Charles, laborer, h. 124 Spruce 
Brousseau Desitile, laborer, h. 35 Vine 



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Brousseau Joseph, brick-maker, house 
293 Concord avenue 

Brousseau Josephine, widow of Alexan- 
der, house 52 Mt. Auburn 

Brown Aaron, driver U. K. Co., boards 
Cambridge, corner Baldwin 

Brown Abram, tinsmith, 191 Hampshire 

Brown Albert (Brown, Murphy & Thorn- 
dike), window-shades, Blanche, and 
(175 Hanover, B.), house 34 Amory 

Brown Albert, waiter Memorial Hall, 
house 40 Hastings 

Brown Albert jr., shade painter, Blanche, 
boards 34 Amory 

Brown x\lbert H., clerk, boards 34 Amory 

Brown Angie A. Miss, house 53 Norfolk 

Brown Artemus Z., principal assessor, dis- 
trict 2 and 4, office City Hall, house 
57 Magazine 

Brown Arthur D., jig-sawyer (103 Merri- 
mac, B. ). house 8 Salem 

Brown Bevely, hostler U. R. Co., Duns- 
ter, house 9 Elmer 

Brown Bristol, waiter, h. 67 Washington 

Brown Charles, carpenter John Reardon 
& Sons, bds. John B. Smith's, Chestnut 

Brown Charles, cigar-maker, 527 Main, 
house 137 Pearl 

Brown Charles, laborer, house 53 Clark 

Brown Charles A., police, station 1, house 

10 Bowdoin [Mead 
Brown Charles E., cracker peddler, h. 20 
Brown Charles F , boards 181 Harvard 
Brown Charles H., gardener, house Hol- 

lis, corner Spruce 
Brown Charles H., baker, 15 River, boards 

11 Lincoln 

Brown Charles J., student H. U., rooms 

12 Dunster 

Brown Charles W., paying teller Pacific 
National Bank (109 Devonshire, B.), 
boards 57 Magazine 
Brown Clarence, clerk (23 F. H. market, 

B.), house 114 Winsor 
Brown C. S., house 74 Washington 
Brown Daniel, wheelwright, etc., 5 Palm- 
er, house 14 Appian-way 
Brown Daniel, mason, boards 430 Main 
Brown Daniel L. Mrs., house 65 North ay. 
Brown David, laborer, h. rear 173 Spring 
Brown Dennis, fireman, h. 4 Dickinson 
Brown Edgar, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

14 Green 
Brown Edmund, waiter Memorial Hall 
Brown Edward, laborer (Navy Yard, 

Charlestown), house rear 40 Yine 
Brown Edward P., musician, b. 37 Mellen 
Brown Edwin, teamster, h. 1 Dickinson 
Brown Edwin R., house 24 Front 
Brown Elizabeth C, widow, h. 6 Daye ct. 
Brown Ellen Miss, dressmaker, 431 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Brown Ellis E., porter, house 92 Harvard 
Brown Eliza F., widow of Horace W., 

house 307 Broadway 
Brown Eva Mrs., house 78 Fifth 
Brown Evan, student, boards 48 Brattle 



Brown Francis W., soap-maker, house 11 

Lincoln [ter 

Brown Frank C, shoemaker, h. 20 Worces- 
Brown Frank H., driver, 15 River, boards 

11 Lincoln 
Brown Frank P., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 6 Harvard square 
Brown Fred A., clerk, 497 Main, boards 

206 Harvard 
Brown Frederick T., cooper Jaynes& Co., 

house 25 Decatur 
Brown George D., janitor Central square 

building, Central sq., house 864 Main 
Brown George E., electrotyper University 

Press, boards 85$ Putnam avenue 
Brown George F., salesman (428 Atlantic 

avenue, B.), house 29 Mellen 
Brown George Win., student H. U., rooms 

66 College House 
Brown Gilbert, carpenter, h. r. 9 Sargent 
Brown Hannah Miss, house 24 Front 
Brown Helen L. Miss, teacher (Allston), 

boards 13 Perry 
Brown Howard K., law student H. U„ 

rooms 410 Harvard 
Brown Inglis H., carpenter, h. 32 Ellery 
Brown living W., paper-maker(44 Clinton, 

B.), house 25 Decatur 
Brown Irving W. Mrs., dressmaker, 25 

Decatur, house do. 
Brown James, laborer, house 39 Somerset 
Brown James, laborer, h. 7 Camden place 
Brown James, stone-cutter, 43 Main, 

house 161 Columbia 
Brown James A., tinsmith (788 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 60 Pleasant 
Brown James C, proof-reader Riverside 

Press, house 18 Florence 
Brown James E., carpenter, Columbia, 

near Hampshire, house 141 Columbia 
Brown James H., boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 73 River 
Brown James R., butcher-knife mnfr., 

Third, near Broad Caual, house do. 
Brown Joel W. (Burnett & Brown), Third, 

near gas works, house at Melrose 
Brown John, peddler, house 62 Charles 
Brown John, tel. operator, h. 29 Winthrop 
Brown John C, teamster Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, boards 7 Camden place 
Brown John G., iron and steel (69 Pur- 
chase, B.), house Irving, n. Kirkland 
Brown John H., cigar-maker, house 35 

Pleasant 
Brown John N., tailor, 24 Central square, 

house 40 Winthrop 
Brown John S., cracker-dealer, h.15 Perry 
Brown Joseph, tinner, house 21 Front 
Brown Joseph A., piano-maker (B.), bds. 

21 Front 
Brown Joseph H., potter, Crescent av., 

boards Porter's Hotel 
Brown Louis M., law student H. U., rms. 

32 Weld Hall 
Brown Lyman A., hack driver, 120 Green, 

house 652 do. [Tremont 

Brown Mary, widow of Patrick, house 91 



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Brown Mary Mrs., house 9 McCabe 
Brown Mary A. Miss, teacher Sargent 

primary school, boards 91 Columbia 
Brown Mary E., widow of Evan, boarding- 
house, 48 Brattle 
Brown Mary F. Miss, sub teacher (Bos- 
ton), rooms 78 Magazine 
Brown Mary M., widow of John R., house 

96 Ellery 
Brown Michael, cooper, h. rear 19 Vine 
Brown Minnie, widow, h. r. 161 Broadway 
Brown, Murphy & Thorndike (Albert 
Brown, Philip F. Murphy, and Ed- 
ward O. Thorndike), window shade 
mnfrs., Blanche and store (175 Han- 
over, B.) 
Brown Nancy, widow, h. 58 Washington 
Brown Nelson E., blacksmith B. & L. R. 

R. shop 
Brown Otis S. (Otis S. Brown & Co.), Ill 

Bridge, house 29 Second 
Brown Otis S. & Co. (Otis S.Brown, Hiram 
N. Hutchinson, and Frank H. Mar- 
shall), flour, grain, etc., Ill Bridge 
Brown O. H., provisions, bds. 132 Pearl 
Brown Patience Miss, house 24 Front 
Brown Patrick A., truckman, house 8 

Stevens court 
Brown Patrick H. , jeweler,h. 64 Broadway 
Brown Robert C., watchman Boston 

Stamping Co., house 57 Cherry 
Brown Romeo G., student H. U., rooms 

13 Mt. Auburu 
Brown Sam'l E., engraver, 8 Walden, h. do. 
Brown Samuel E. jr., agent (75 Pearl, B.), 
boards 8 Walden [125 Spring 

Brown Sarah, widow of Chas. H., house 
Brown Sarah H., widow of Freeman G., 

house 37 Melleu 
Brown Schuyler L., surveyor Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, boards at Watertowu 
Brown Silas Mrs., house 15 Brown 
Brown Walter, h. rear 35 Hampshire 
Brown Walter H., stone-cutter, h. 96 Gore 
Brown Wilber V., assistant at Observa- 
tory, house 48 Concord avenue 
Brown Wm., jeweler, boards 64 Broadwav 

BROWN WILLARD T. (Willard 
T. Brown & Co.), grocer, 497 Main, 
house 2 )6 Harvard 

BROWN WILLARD T. & CO. 
(Willard T. Brown), grocers, 497 Main 
Brown William, laborer, house 81 Charles 
Brown William, waiter Memorial Hall, 
house 43 Market 

BROWN WILLIA3I F.. printer 
(218 Franklin, B.), house 14 Park 
Brown Wm. H., mill hand Rhoades build- 
ing, State, house at Boston 
Brown Wm. H., steward (U. S. N. ), house 
12 Elmer [h. 22 East 

Brown Wm. H., teamster John M. Woods, 
Brown Wm. H., boards 65 North avenue 
Brown Wm. J., boards 34 Holyoke 
Brown Wm. P., bookkeeper, Crescent av., 

boards 15 Worcester 
Brown William S., house 94 Hancock 



Brown William Wilson, laborer, house 73 
Hastings [at Watertown 

Brown W. B., conductor U. R. Co., house 

Browne Benjamin A., provisions, 290 
Broadway, house 64 Antrim 

Browne Henry R. W., student H. TJ.,rms. 
14 Little's block 

Browne, see Brown 

Browning Fannie P. Miss, teacher Auburn 
primary school, boards at Watertown 

Browning Francis H., foreman of tin- 
smiths, 153 Putman avenue, h. 167 do. 

Browning John S., student (1 Somerset, 
B.), boards 167 Putnam avenue 

Browning Walter E., h. 12 Western av. 

Brownlee Annie E. Mrs., house 66 Dana 

Brownlow Joseph, house 16 Perry 

Brownlow Wm. A., lawyer (27 Court, B.), 
boards 16 Perry 

Bruce Fred., carpenter, boards 27 Second 

Bruce Isabella S., widow of George W., 
boarding-house, 179£ and 181 Harvard 

Bruce Marcus R., polisher, house 1 Lech- 
mere square 

Brum Antonio E., hairdresser, 101 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 

Brunt Wm.. milkman, house 13 Willard 

Brunt Wm. jr., driver milk wagon, boards 
13 Willard 

Brusch Bernard, ale, beer, etc., and board- 
ing-house, 1 Washington, house do. 

Bryant Albert Rev., house ^68 Main 

Bryant Amos G., laborer, house 77 Con- 
cord avenue 

Bryant Benj. R., com. mer. (SONorthMar- 
ket, B. ), house 11 Tremont 

Bryant Frank (Congress, B.), house 37 
Coggswell avenue [Eliot 

Bryant Frank L., driver U. R. Co., b. 15 

Bryant Frederick S., carriage maker, 143 
Gore, house do. 

Bryant George, cooper, bds. 1 Washington 

Bryant H. S., conductor U. R. Co. 

Bryant John E., peddler, boards 15 Eliot 

Bryant John S., student EL U. 

Bryant Joseph A., paper ruler (82 State, 
B.), house 99 Prospect 

Bryant Lewi* H., sewing-machine agent, 
house 1 Norfolk 

Bryant Lewis L., physician, 1 Norfolk, 

house do. [Eliot 

! Bryant Lucy E., widow of John, house 15 

Bryant William H., conductor U. R. Co., 
boards 648 Cambridge 

Bryant Wm. S., student H. TJ., rooms 6 
Thayer Hall 

Bryant William T. (Custom House, B.), 
house 648 Cambridge 

Bryant William W., student H. U., rooms 
30 Gray's Hall [Holyoke House 

Buchman Julius, student H. U., rooms i'5 

Buchanan John, teamster W. T. Richard- 
son & Co., house 46 Flagg 

Buchanan Mary A., widow of Daniel, 
house 95^ Harvard 

Buchanan Wm. H.. horse car driver U. R. 
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Buck Abijah R., machinist, 102 Broadway, 

house 50 Winsor 
Buck Charles W. Rev., h. 421 Broadway- 
Buck David S. Mrs., house 10 Holyoke 
Buck Fiedel, cabinetmaker F. Geldowsky, 

house 2 Second street court 
Buck Frank A., foreman Jaynes & Co., 

house 2S4 Broadway 
Buck Henry L., express, order box 432 
Harvard, and (4 Central, B. ), house 
10 Holyoke 
Buck James, compositor Riverside Press, 

house at Allston 
Buck John, house rear 58 Thorndike 
Buck Lucius A., molder, Pelham, house 

14 Market 
Buck Silas B.. house 70 Thorndike 
Buck Silas E., bookkeeper, 211 Bridge, 

house 00 Otis 
Buckingham Silas H., iron founder (West 
Dedham), house Cambridge, corner 
Ellsworth avenue 
Buckland Georgiana C. Mrs., lodging- 
house, 25 Holyoke 
Buckley Daniel, hairdresser, 444 Cam- 
bridge, boards 130 Winsor 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, house 128 Web- 
ster avenue 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, house 9 Short 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, h. 8 Jefferson 
Buckley Daniel, boards 30 Yine 
Buckley Daniel A., real estate and in- 
surance agent, and editor and pro- 
prietor Cambridge News, 547 Main, 
house 278 Harvard 
Buckley Daniel F., grease collector, bds. 

131 Webster avenue 
Buckley Ellen, widow of Ja*., h. 24 Yine 
Buckley Hannah, widow of Timothy, h. 

131 Webster avenue 
Buckley James, driver U. R. Co., 3 Har- 
vard square 
Buckley James, laborer, h. 277 Cambridge 
Buckley James, peddler, boards 30 Vine 
Buckley James, laborer, house 25 Third 
Buckley Jeremiah, laborer, h. 51 Amory 
Buckley Johanna, widow of Michael, h. 

30 Vine 
Buckley John, laborer, h. 30 Charles River 
Buckley John Mrs., house 2 Short 
Buckley John J., clerk, 105 Cambridge, 

boards 131 Webster avenue 
Buckley Mary, widow of Owen E., house 

37 Jefferson 
Buckley Michael, teamster, h. 35 Jefferson 
Buckley Patrick, boiler maker, 72 Main 
Buckley Patrick, peddler, house 122 Elm 
Buckley Robert, blacksmith, h. 9 Jefferson 
Buckley Timothy, stone-cutter, house 

27 Vine 

Buckley Walter, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 5 Elmer [bridge 

Buckman Aaron A., teamster, h. 31 Cam- 

Buckman Caleb T., salesman (Franklin, 

B.), house 8 Cottage 
Buckman Charles E., adv. agt. (545 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 2 Boardman place 



Bucknam Thos. M., carriage painter, 

Church, cor. Palmer, house at Lynn 
Bucknell Kate B. Mrs., house 44 Brighton 
Buckner Henry, laborer, h. r. 32 Hastings 
Budden Wm. L., wood carver, h. 170 Gore 
Buell Geo. C, student H. U., rooms 7 

Hilton block 
Buffum Ferdinand M., bell-hanger, 048 
Main and sexton First Methodist 
church, and janitor Dana and Feltou 
primary schools, house 8 Temple 
Buffum J as. II., bookkeeper, 051 Main, b. 

101 Norfolk 
Buffum J as. L., paper-hanger, 008 Main, 

house 101 Norfolk 
Buffum Walter N., law student H. U., 
rooms 42 Holyoke House 

BUGBEE JOHN B. (Holt & Bug 
bee), hard wood lumber, 17 East and 

(173 Friend and 84 Canal, B.), house 

at Boston 
Buker Cyrus W., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 105 Putnam avenue 
Bulfinch Stephen G. Mrs., rms. 25 Church 
Bulkley Walter, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 10 Elmer 
Bull Ole Mrs., house Elmwood av., c. Mt 

Auburn 
Bullard Asa Rev., house 22 Centre 
Bullard D. Webster, clerk (3 Court House, 

B. ), house 72 Allston 
Bullard Emanuel G., student H. U-, rms. 

2 College House 
Bullard Enoch H.. organ action maker, 024 

Main, house 72 Allston 

BULLAKD JOHN C, cashier Cam- 
bridge National Bank, 87 Cambridge, 

house 19 Bigelow 
Bullard John E., student H. U,, rooms 

29 Gray's Hall 
Bullard John T., student H. U., rooms 

28 Thayer Hall 
Bullard Joseph O., pottery (Western av., 

Brighton), rooms 23 Magazine 
Bullard Mary A. Mrs., house 378 Harvard 
Bullard Mary L. Miss, teacher Holmes 

primary school, bds. 318 Harvard 

BULLARD WILLAKO A., cash- 
ier First National Bank, Main, corner 
Prospect, house 701 Main 

Bullard Wm. H., engineer, 163 Pleasant, 
house 154 do. 

Bullen Alvin A., letter carrier Cambridge 
Post-office, 7 Harvard Row, boards 90 
Norfolk 

Bullen Harriet II. Mrs., house 90 Norfolk 

Bullock Charles (Bullock & Sawyer), den- 
tist, 569 Main, house 205 North av. 

Bullock Laban (L. E. McKusick & Co.), 
confectioner, GOO and 002 Main, house 
Walden, near Hubbard avenue 

Bullock Newton B., clerk Home Savings 
Bank (184 Tremont, B.), b. 4. Prospect 

Bullock Otis S., machinist, 179 Broadway, 
house at Somerville 

Bullock Warren L., machinist, 179 Broad- 
way, house 51 Market 



BURDITT & WILLIAMS, 
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Bullock & Sawyer (Albert J. Sawyer and 

Charles Bullock), dentists, 569 Main 
Bulraer Edward, laborer, h. foot of Coggs- 

well avenue 
Bumpus Charles R., carriage wright, 232 

North avenue, h. 12 Coggswell av. 
Bunker Abbie H. Miss, dressmaker, h. 

14 Sidney 
Bunker Frederic S., student H. U., bds. 

5 DeWolf 
Bunker Laura E. Miss, bookkeeper (Attle 

boro), house 14 Sidney 
Bunker Nath'l W., carpenter, h. 6 Beech 
Bunker William, house 14 Sidney 
Bunton Geo. W., bookkeeper (67 Summer, 

B.), h. Washington av., cor. Foxcroft 
Bunton Wm. A., wholesale grocer (276 

Franklin, B.), house 36 Mt Auburn 
Burbank Edwin A., discount clerk North 

National Bank (214 Devonshire, B. ), 

house 38 Shepard 
Burbank H. F. Mrs., house 874 Main 
Burbeck Geo. D., teamster, house 5 Riv- 

erside place 
Burch James M., student H. U., rooms 55 

Thayer Hall 
Burch Stephen L., harness-maker, Cam- 
bridge, junc. Bridge, bds. at Boston 
Burchmore F., cabinet-maker, 54 Bridge 
Burdakin Arthur L.. oil-dealer, h. 6 Sixth 
Burdakin John C, janitor Court House, 

house 56 Fifth 
Burdakin Joseph, musician (2S2 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 7 Sixth 
Burdett Frank W., student H. IT., rooms 

18 Weld Hall [Weld Hall 

Burdett Geo. A., student H. U., rooms 18 
Burdine Andrew J., carver, rooms 107 

In man 
Burditt LaRoy S., tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house 60 Magazine 
Burditt, see Burdett [Sidney 

Burger Wm. R., baker, 3 Austin, house 60 
Burgess Albert, paper-hanger, house I 

Bigelow 
Burgess Albert L., reed-board maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 181 Harvard 
Burgess Arthur J., medical student H. 

U., boards 14 Salem 
Burgess Chandler W., molder, 624 Main, 

boards 14 Salem 
Burgess Daniel, laborer, h. 10S Kinnaird 
Burgess Ellen M., widow of John T., h. 

78 Franklin 
Burgess Geo. A., clerk (259 Purchase, B.), 

house 78 Franklin 
Burgess James L., printer, h. r. 61 Harvard 
Burgess John E., clerk (451 Washington, 

B.), house 78 Franklin 
Burgess Luther P., clerk (268 Washing- 
ton, B.), bds. 26 Bigelow 
Burgess Thomas J., clerk (450 Washing- 
ton, B.), house rear 145 Columbia 
Burgess William, teamster, h. 14 Salem 
Burgess William D., house 20 Union 
Burgess Wm. H., reed-board maker, 162 

Broadway, house 8 State 



Burgher John C, engineer Jaynes & Co., 

foot Pacific, rooms do. [ter 

Burgun Dezera, glass-maker, h. r. 24 Win- 
Burgun Julius A., painter N. E. Glass Co., 

house 66 Winter 
Burgwyn Jas. C, carpenter, h. 54 Brattle 
Burke Andrew, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 94 Vine 
Burke August;!, widow, h 3 Austin place 
Burke Bryan, laborer, house 12 Andrew 
Burke Catherine Miss, grocer, 9 Lopez, 

house do. 
Burke Charles E., cooper, house 16 Vine 
Burke Daniel A., boards 4 Second st. ct. 
Burke Edward, boards 52 Charles 
Burke Ellen, wid. of James, h. r. 27 Vine 
Burke Eugene, shipping clerk, 223 Bridge, 

house 138 Elm 
Burke Francis, blacksmith, Church, near 

Palmer, boards 92 Mount Auburn 
Burke Frank, law-student H. U., boards 

at Brighton 
Burke Frank E., laborer, house 34 Second 
Burke George H. waiter (Crawford House, 

B.), boards 2 Sceva place 
Burke James, laborer Riverside Press, 

boards 23 Somerset [do. 

Burke James, machinist, 368 Main, b. 347 
Burke James, hostler, h. 4 Second st. ct. 
Burke James J., driver (40 Court square, 

B.), boards 4 Second street court 
Burke John, brass-finisher, 368 Main, 

house 2 Harrison 
Burke John, tailor, 501 Main, h. 2 Sceva pi. 
Burke John, teacher, bds. 102 Brookline 
| Burke John, wood-carver, house 6 Third 
Burke John, house 23 Somerset 
Burke Lawrence, carriagesmith, 11 Church, 

boards 43 Coggswell avenue 
Burke Margaret, widow of Edward, h. 52 

Charles 
Burke Mary, wid. of Patrick, h. 168 Green 
Burke Michael, laborer John Reardon &, 

Sons, house 89 Brookline 
Burke Nicholas, boards 43 Blackstone 
Burke Nicholas P., clerk (112 Canal, B.), 

boards 4 Second street court 
Burke Patrick, printer (6 Williams court, 

B. ), boards 196 Cambridge 
Burke Patrick, rubber-worker, house 44 

Broadway [Norfolk 

Burke Robert, eating-saloon (B.), bds. 97 
Burke Thomas, carriage-painter, 178 North 

avenue, hou-e 8 Coggswell place 
Burke Thomas, laborer, house 7 Reed 
Burke William, laborer, 356 Main, house 

13 Holly 
Burke William, laborer, 368 Main 
Burkett Ninin C, teamster, house 31 Jay 
Burleigh Emily A., widow of John A., h. 

85 Brattle 
Burleigh Jacob N., flour (186 State, B.), 

house 32 Putnam avenue 
Burleigh Thomas W., driver XJ. R. Co., 

house 445 Cambridge 
Burlenquet Dubue, organ-maker, 624 

Main, bds. 19 Franklin 



F. IVERS, 



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Burle Liquet Louis, cabinet-maker, boards 
19 Franklin 

Burnell Jessie, boards 11 Sacramento 

Burnell Lyman G., broker (15 Congress, 
B. ) house 11 Sacramento 

Burnett Charles H., clerk, 9 Brighton, 
boards 46 Holyoke 

Burnett Daniel, laborer, house 1 Han- 
nu m's block, rear 114 Broadway 

Burnett Frank W., hack-driver, Church, 
house 14 Eliot 

Burnett Frederick A., driver Sawin's ex- 
press, boards 46 Holyoke 

Burnett George, painter, 14 Church, house 
at Somerville 

Burnett James (Burnett & Brown), ma- 
chine blacksmith. Third, near Gas 
Works, house at Somerville 

Burnett Lewis, house 46 Holyoke 

Burnett Wm. H., with Burnett & Brown, 
boards at Somerville 

Burnett & Brown (James Burnett and 
JoelW. Brown), machine blacksmiths, 
Third, near Gas Works, and (22 Bow- 
ker, B. ) 

Burnham Charles T.. house 13$ Franklin 

BURNHAM EDWARD, auction- 
eer, insurance and real estate agent, 

023 Main, house 68 In man 
Burnham Edward W., teamster, boards 

H. J. Reddick's, Porter's station 
Burnham George A., furniture mover (62 

Merrimac, B.), house 32 Clark 
Burnham Harriet F. Mrs., dressmaker, 

13£ Franklin, house do. 
Burnham Henry D., laborer, house 265 

Cambridge 
Burnham Lamont G. (L. G. Burnham & 

Co.), 221 Bridge, and (132 Charles, 

B.). house 107 West Newton, Boston 

BURXHAM L. G. & CO. (Lamont 
G. Burnham), coal, wood, lime, etc., 

221 Bridge, aud (132 Charles, East 

Chester Park, office, 75 State, B.) 
Burnham Marion H. Miss, teacher Web- 
ster grammar school, bds. 68 Inman 
Burnham Robert, teamster, h. 70 Spring 
Burnham Sarah M. Miss, rooms 80 Camb. 
Burnham Theodore, organ-maker (531 

Tremont, B.), boards 13| Franklin 
Burnham Walter G., laborer, boards 381 

Cambridge 
Burnham Webster, laborer Boston Glue 

Works (Western avenue, B.), boards 

14 Andrew 
Burnham William Henry, student H. U., 

rooms at Central street, Somerville 
Burnham William H., kerosene oil dealer, 

house 12 Fairmont avenue 
Burns Catharine, widow of Bernard, house 

12 East 
Burns David, laborer, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 
Burns David F., clerk, 15 Sparks, b. 13 do. 
Burns David F., carpenter, 144 Green, 

house 126 Brattle 
Burns Edward G., laborer, h. 383 Camb. 
Burns James, laborer, bds. 163 Broadway 



Burns James, teamster Goepper Brothers, 

boards rear 142 Thorndike 
Burns James, house 8 Hannum block, 

rear 114 Broadway 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, h. 21 Cambridge 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, house 4 Line- 

han block, Third [Franklin 

Burns John, hostler, 565£ Main, house J 62 
Burns John, fish (49 Atlantic avenue, B.), 

house 51 Green 
Burns John, laborer, boards Jeremiah 

Harrington's, Murray 
Burns John, waiter (B.), h. 108 Tremont 
Burns John, glass-cutter, h. 224 Bridge 
Burns John, laborer, h. rear lb2 Franklin 
Burns John B., teamster, h. 146 Bridge 
Burns John J., baker, house 169 Norfolk 
Burns John R., printer University Piess, 

boards at Boston 
Burns Joseph S. H., grocer,194 Fifth, h.do. 
Burns Julia, widow of John, house 10 Pine 
Burns Lydia, teacher Kindergarten school, 

76 Moore, boards do. 
Burns Malachi, butcher, h. 107 Tremont 
Burns Mary, widow of Thomas, house 106 

Kinnaird 
Burns Patrick, laborer, boards Jeremiah 

Harrington's, Murray 
Burns Patrick Joseph, laborer, house 4 

Rogers block, Washington 
Burns Patrick J., laborer B. & L. R. R., 

boards 12 East 
Burns Peter, m older H. M. Bird, Pelham, 

boards 365 Main 
Bums Peter, provisions, 2 Cowperthwaite, 

house do. 
Burns Stephen J. Mrs., preserver of flow- 
ers, house 57 Plymouth 
Burns Thomas, grocer, 101 Fourth, h. do. 
Burns Thomas, steam-fitter, house 69 

Brookline 
Burns Thomas, house 10* Fifth 
Burns Timothy, galvanizer, boards 7 Cow- 
perthwaite 
Burns Timothy, provisions, 15 Sparks, 

ales, etc., 249 Mt. Auburn, h. 13 Sparks 
Burns William J., slipper-maker (57 High, 

B.), house A, 122 Spring 
Burpee B. Frank, boards 32 Tremont 
Burpee Eliphalet, mason, h. 32 Tremont 
Burpee Jos. E. Mrs., house 149 Prospect 
Burpee Samuel W. Mrs., h. 42 Antrim 
Burr Charles H., student H. XL, boards 24 

Clinton 
Burr Henry W., sunt. American Rubber 

Mill, house 24 Clinton 
Burr Lemuel, hairdresser and carpet beat- 
er, 445 Main, h. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Lemuel D., waiter, b. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Mary M., hair-worker, 45 Hampshire, 

house do. [Hampshire 

Burr Sally, widow of Seymour, house 47 
Burr Samuel B., laborer, h. rear 46 Flagg 
Burr William H., clerk (63 Summer, B.), 

boards 24 Clinton 
Burr Winthrop M., student H. U., boards 

78 Mt. Auburn 



LUMBER & MOULDINGS. J. G. & N. C. GOOCH. 

Wharf, Western Avenue, Brighton. 904 Main Street, Cambridge. Office, 13 Kllby Street, Boston. 



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Burrage Albert C, student H. U., rooms 
25 Thaver Hall 

BURRAGE BROTHERS (Josiah 
K. and Frederic E. Burrage), lumber, 

13 Broadway, corner Third 
Burrage Frederic E. (Burrage Brothers), 

lumber, Broadway, corner Third, bds. 

91 Prospect 
Burrage George D., student H. U., rooms 

30 Thayer Hall 
Burrage Harriet L., wid. of T. F., h.13 Jay 
Burrage Henry T., engineer and surveyor 

City Engineer's office, City Hall, house 

13 Jay 
Burrage Josiah Mrs., house 91 Prospect 
Burrage Josiah K. (Burrage Brothers), 

lumber, Broadway, corner Third, 

house Fayette 
Burrage Walter L., student H. IT., rooms 

57 Matthews Hall 
Burrage Ward Jackson, house 9 Amory 
Burrage William E., clerk (49 Avon, B.), 

boards 13 Jay 
Burrage William W., lawyer (33 School, 

B.), house 10 Fayette 
Burrill George B., driver U. R. Co., house 

69 Mt. Auburn 
Burroughs Charles H., h. 24 Farwell pi. 
Burroughs Edward A., express, 600 Main, 

boards 2 Village 
Burroughs George L.., provision dealer, 2 

Village, house do. 
Burroughs Leonard, house 2 Village 
Burro wes Thomas R., blacksmith, 39 

Pearl, house 27 Hamilton 
Burro wes William T., blacksmith, 39 

Pearl, boards 27 Hamilton 
Burt Charles D., student H. U., rooms 36 

Holyoke House 
Burt Charles H., mason, house 73 Spring 
Burt Seth P., butter, cheese, etc. (24 F. H. 

market, B.), house 29 Western avenue I 
Burton Anson (A. & E. Burton & Co.), ! 

brush mnfrs., 12 Gore and (21 Ex- 1 

change, B.), house at South Lancaster 
Burton A. & E. & Co. (Anson and Ezra 

Burton and Frank H. Carter), brush j 

mnfrs., 12 Gore and (21 Exchange, B.) 
Burton Carrie I. Miss, singer, boards 96 

Thorndike 
Burton Clara B., widow, h. 43 Cottage 
Burton Edward, brass-instrument maker 

(B.), house 96 Thorndike 
Burton Edward H., clerk (Broad, B.), 

boards 96 Thorndike 
Burton Ezra (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 

brush mnfr., 12 Gore and (21 Ex- 
change, B.), house at South Lancaster 
Burton Frederick R., student H. U., rins. 

69 College House 
Burton Henry E., letter carrier P. O., 7 

Harvard square, house 87 Wendell 
Burton Joseph S, coal agent (20 Ex- 
change pi., B.), house 05 Pearl 
Burton Laura, widow, house 104 Norfolk 
Burton Lizzie M. Miss, vocalist, boards 

96 Thorndike 



Burton Mary E. Miss, vocalist, boards 96 

Thorndike 
Burton Robert, blacksmith, 350 North 

avenue, boards 352 do. 
Busch John W., gardener, house 76 Elm 
Bush Maria, widow of Samuel, house 10 

Plymouth 
Bush Mary K., teacher Allston grammar 

school, boards 130 Washington 
Bush Walter N., student H. U., rooms 16 

Oxford [>hire 

Bush Washington, laborer, h. 41 Hamp- 
Busiel Wm. J., bookkeeper, b. 8 Brewer 
Buskirk Chas. V., wheelwright, 478 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Buskirk Samuel V., wheelwright, 232 No. 

avenue, house 15 Cherry 
Busnach Heniy, hairdresser, 574 Main, 

boards 11 Watson 
Busnach Michael S., constable, collector, 

and cigar mnfr., 576 Main, house 11 

Watson 
Busnach Samuel, hairdresser, 574 Main, 

house 25 Decatur 
Busnach Solomon M., cigar maker, 576 

Main, boards 11 Watson 
Bussey Edward B., action maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 4 Rockwell 
Busteed Mary, widow of Robert, house 41 

Harvey, near Clay 
Butcher John, rubber worker, house 4 

Dickinson 
Butland John C. F. (Butland & Son), ex- 
press, 601 Main, boards 307 Pearl 
| Butland Uriah ( Butland & Son), express, 

order box 601 Main (25 Merchants 

row, B.), house 307 Pearl 
Butland & Son (Uriah and John C. F. 

Butland), express,orderbox,601 Main, 

and (25 Merchants row, B.) 
Butler Albert, clerk Prospect House, 596 

Main, boards do. 
Butler Alfred M. S., trav. salesman (400 

Washington, B. ), h. 48 Lake View av. 
Butler Catherine A., widow of John, h. 

139 Cambridge 
Butler Daniel, stone-cutter, h. 18 Portland 
Butler Edward, plumber, 169 Gore, boards 

30 Second [9 Linden 

Butler Edward K., student H. U., rooms 
Butler Frank H., janitor, 20 Prescott, 

rooms do. 
Butler Geo. A., organ maker, Fifth, cor. 

Otis, house at Somerville 
Butler Geo. W., engineer, 54 Bridge, 

house 26^ River 
Butler Harriet A. Miss, teacher City pri- 
mary school, Almshouse, b. 29S North 

avenue 
Butler Harriet T., widow of Henry M., 

house 59 Hastings 
Butler John, teamster, boards 36 Second 
Butler Malachi, gardener, h. 9 Baldwin ct. 
Butler Martha H. Miss, teacher Otis pri- 
mary school, boards 2 Frost 
Butler Mary, widow of David, house 141 

Franklin 



TOMBS, 



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Butler Mary A. Miss, teacher St. Mary's 

parochial school, bds. 129 Prospect 
Butler Mary H., widow of Samuel, house 

2 Frost 

Butler Matthew P., shipping clerk, 502 

Main, boards 129 Prospect 
Butler Michael, mason, house 70 Gore 
Butler Patrick, foreman, 502 Main, house 

129 Prospect 
Butler Patrick, laborer, h. off Concord 

avenue, near Alewife brook 
Butler Pierce, coppersmith, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 22 Somerset 
Butler Richard, printer (238 Washington, 

B.), boards 70 Gore 
Butler Robert G., student II. XL, rooms 

31 Holyoke House 
Butler Robert S., porter, house 50 Cherry 
Butterfield A. E., conductor U. R. Co., 

3 Harvard square 

Buttertield Charles M., h. 155£ Cambridge 

Butterfield Geo. A., produce (25 Commer- 
cial, B.), house 106 Prospect 

Butterfield John, shade [painter, Blanche, 
house at Boston- 

Butterfield Mary, widow of David, house 
106 Cambridge 

BUTTERS GEO. W., provisions, 194 
Cambridge, house 61 Putnam (Somer- 
ville) 

Butters John W., painter, 147 Columbia, 
house do. 

Butterworth Robert, foreman. 10 Arrow, 
house 22 DeWolf 

Buttrick Anne E. Miss, house 801 Main 

Buttrick Chas. E., carpenter, house 11 
Mead 

Buttrick Charles E. jr., carriage painter, 
232 North avenue, boards 11 Mead 

Buttrick Elizabeth G. Miss, h. 8 Norton 

Buttrick Ella E. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, boards 5 Frost 

Buxton Addison, tube board maker, 162 
Broadway, bds. 4 Fairmont avenue 

Buxton Chas. B.. fish and oysters, 638 
Main, house 5 Soden 

Buxton John C, house 1, r. 134 Broadway 

Buxton , boards 275 Broadway 

Buzzell David, machinist, 54 Bridge 
house at Boston 

Buzzell Geo. W., teamster, 153 Putnam 
avenue, house 151 do. 

Byard Edward, carpenter, h. 31 Winthrop 

Byard Joseph W., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, boards 75 Franklin 

Byard Roland R., harnessmaker, boards 
75 Franklin 

Byard Wm. J., clerk J. E. Clark, Brighton, 
boards 31 Winthrop 

Byerly Wm. E., asst. professor Mathe- 
matics H. XL, rooms 20 Holworthy 
Hall 

Byle Mrs., widow, house 14 Cambridge 

Byram Eben S., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 14 William 

Byram Joseph R., kitchen furnishing 
goods (11 Essex, B.), h. 100 Magazine 



Byrne Catherine, widow, house 10 Foster 
Byrne Timothy J., carpenter, h. 14 Suffolk 
Byrnes J., driver U. R. Co., 3 Harvard sq. 
Byron George H., foreman of carpenters, 

113 Broadway, house 4 Kinnaird 
Byron John, painter, 14 Church, boards 

15 Farwell place 
Byther George W., traveling salesman 

(B.), boards 3 Charles River 
Byther Hudson B., carriage painter, rear 

10 Brattle, house 3 Charles River 

CABOT CHARLES B., furniture painter 

(Sortk, B.), bds. 174 Putnam avenue 
Cabot Charles H., clerk, 67 Cambridge, 

boards 33 Sixth 
Cabot Edward T., student H. U., rooms 

60 Thayer Hall 
Cabot Fannie L., widow of Charles H., h. 

33 Sixth 
Cabot Godfrey L., student H. U., rooms 

17 Weld Hall 
Cabot Henry, stone-cutter A. Parker, 

Gore wharf, house at Boston 
Cabot Henry B., student H. U., rooms 10 

Matthews Hall 
Cabot Nellie W. Miss, cashier, 114 Gam- 
bridge, boards 33 Sixth 
Cabot Rhoda L., widow of Charles, house 

174 Putnam avenue 
Cade Charles B. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), 

plumber, 634 Main, house 113 Norfolk 
Cade Elizabeth, widow of George L., 

house 464 Main 
Cade William B., varnisher and polisher, 

27 Park, house do. 
Cade William E., varnisher (611 Washing- 
ton, B. ), house rear 27 Park 
Caffrey Frederic II., action maker, 624 

Main, rooms 516 do. 
Cahalin Patrick, at Shaw, Applin & Co.'s, 

54 Bridge 
Cahill Brian, stone-mason, house 7 

Baldwin court 
Cahill John, lawyer (28 School, room 41, 

B.), house 157 Prospect 
Cahill John, farmer, house 17 Brown 
Cahill Matthew, laborer, bds. 192 Harvard 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, house Montgom- 
ery, 1st from Spruce 
Cahill Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 111 Pleasant 
Cahir Thomas F., engineer, Belmont, cor- 
ner Reed, bds. Jere. Welch's, Belmont 
Cain John, machinist, 36S Main, boards 

391 do. 
Cain John H., clerk, 409 Cambridge, bds. 

rear 108 Tremont 
Cain Kate Miss, boarding-house, 337 

Main, house do. 
Cain Thomas, lard refiner, house rear 108 

Tremont 
Cain, see Kane 
Cairns John, case-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 15 Ninth 
Cairns Michael M., carpenter, house 105 
Hampshire 



THE DOCK SQUARE HARDWARE STORE. 

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Calderwood John C, brass founder, house 

127 Washington 
Caldwell Alniira, widow of William F., 

house 131 Cambridge 
Caldwell Charles W., peddler, bds. 63 Elm 
Caldwell Geo. W., painter, house ITS 

Hampshire 
Caldwell George W., peddler, h. 63 Elm 
Caldwell Henry L., teas (00 Broad, B.), 

house 302 Harvard 
Caldwell James A., house 120 Magazine 
Caldwell M., slater, 3 Douglass 



Caldwell Randolph, public carriage, 400 

Harvard, house 8 Eliot 
Caldwell Samuel P., carpenter B. & L. R. 

R. shop, Bridge 
Caldwell Stephen, laborer, h. SBallordpL 
Caldwell William, house 354 Harvard 
Caldwell William F., baker, 502 Main, 

house rear 3 State 
Calkins James H., machinist, 3G8 Main, 

boards 3 Prospect 
Call Alice A. Miss, house 44 Seventh 
Call James M., janitor Thayer Hall, house 

22 Church 
Callaghan Timothy A., teamster, boards 

53 Cedar [Cedar 

Callaghan William A., teamster, house 53 
Callahan Catherine, widow of Patrick, 

house 18 Harvard 
Callahan Charles, laborer, h. 277 Camb'ge 
Callahan Daniel, gate tender Short street 

crossing B. & L. R. R.,h. 10 Short 
Callahan Daniel, police, station 5, house 

32 Russell 
Callahan Dennis, laborer, h. 55 Amory 
Callahan Geo. H., grocer, 80 Concord av., 

boards 7 Sparks street place 
Callahan Hannah, widow, h. r. 90 Gore 
Callahan James, laborer, house 105 Third 
Callahan Jeremiah, hack stable, 287 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer B. & L. R. R., 

house 9 Short 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 210 Bridge 
Callahan John, laborer, h. 7 Sparks st. pi. 
Callahan John, blacksmith, 221 Bridge, 

house rear 258 Bridge 
Callahan John, painter, GOO Main, house 

432 Broadway [14S Elm 

Callahan John, clerk (33 North, B.), bds. 
Callahan John P., printer (Advertiser, 27 

Court, B. ), house 135 Cambridge 
Callahan Joseph, laborer, b.44 Washington 
Callahan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 

05 Winter [40 Foster 

Callahan Mary, widow of Patrick, house 
Callahan Mary, widow of John, house rear 

257 Franklin [Elm 

Callahan Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 148 
Callahau Patrick, blacksmith, 201 Main, 

boards 3 Lechmere place 
Callahan Patrick, painter, 000 Main 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, h. 19 Foster 
Callahan Timothy, teamster, h. 7 Fifth 
Callahan William, laborer U. R. Co., h. 

392| Cambridge 



Callan Thomas, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Callanan Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 

12 North 
Callender Charles A., stationery and fancy 

goods. 4S5 Main, house 4S7 do. 
Callender Frances Miss, dressmaker, 413 

Main, house do. 
Callender Mary M. Miss, stamping, em- 
broidering, etc., 413 Main, house do. 
Calnan Daniel, plumber, bds. 1 Washing- 
ton [Lechmere pi. 
Calnan Ellen, widow of Timothy, house 5 
Calnan James J. Mrs., liquors, 109 Bridge, 

house do. 
Calnan John, laborer, bds. 34 Hampshire 
Calnan John, laborer, h. 5 Lechmere pi. 
Calnan Patrick J., laborer E. D. Sawyer 

& Co., house 71 Gore 
Calnan Timothy, laborer, 92 Main, house 

73 Hastings [8 Hastings 

Calnon Michael, teamster, 71 Main, house 
Calvert Charles H., confectioner (4 Merri- 

mac. B.), house 127 Auburn 
Calvert Wm. A., bookkeeper (103 Pearl, 

B.), rooms 102 Magazine 
Cambridge Almshouse, Tannery, Wm. E. 

Hough, warden 
Cambridge Brigade Band, 042 Main, John 

Gorman, leader 
Cambridge Cemetery, James K. Farwell, 

supt. Coolidge av., n. Watertown line 
n AM BRIDGE CHRONICLE, 
\J Linn B. Porter, editor and proprietor, 

office 573 Main (150 Tremont, rm O.B.) 
Cambridge City Guards Armory, City 

building. Brattle square 
pA3IBRIDGE CLOTHING CO., 
\J Walter F. Bacon, agent, 580 Main 
Cambridge Conservatory of Music, George 

Fisher, director, 4 Lee 
Cambridge Co-operative Saving Fund and 

Loan Association, 97 Cambridge 
Cambridge Extract Co. (F. E. Martell & 

Co., 539 Main, and (115 Water, B.) 
Cambridge Gas Light Co., Hilton block, 

424 Harvard 
Cambridge High School, L. R. Williston, 

principal, Broadway, cor. Fayette 
Cambridge Improvement Co., Third, office 

(172 High, B.) 
Cambridge Laundry, Soden, office (343 

Washington, B.) 
CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE 
\J INSURANCE CO., J. W. Cook, 

pres ; Alfred L. Barbour, secretary 

and treasurer, 555 Main 
CAMBRIDGE NAT'L BANK, 
\J D. R. Sortwell, president; J. C. Bul- 

lard, cashier, 87 Cambridge 
Cambridge Xews, D. A. Buckley, editor 

and proprietor. 547 Main 
Cambridge Observatory, junction Garden, 

Bond and Concord avenue 
Cambridge Post-office, 7 Harvard row, 

Harvard sq., Miss O. S. Bragdon, supt 
Cambridge Preserving Co., J. B. Shaw, 

supt, 25 Main 



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pAMBRIDGE PRESS, Jas. Cox, 
VJ proprietor, office 531 Main 
Cambridge Public Library, Miss Almira 

L. Hayward. librarian, Masonic Hall, 

building, 639 Main 
Cambridge Railroad Co., Fred. T.Stevens, 

sec. and treas., 3 Harvard square 
Cambridge Rolling Mill (Gilmore & Eus- 

tis, props.), 126 Portland, office (40 

Kilby, B.) 
HAMBRIDGE SAVINGS 
VJ BANK, Chas. W. Sever, pres. ; Jas. 

M. Thurston, treas., 2 Harvard row 
Cambridge Social Union Rooms, Roberts 

block, 15 Brattle 

CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE, Trib- 
une Publishing Co., 3 Linden 

flAMBKIDGK VINEGAR 

VJ WORKS, Herbert Dei by, proprie- 
tor, 75 Main 

Cambridge Water Board, Geo. P. Carter, 
pres. ; J. Warren Cotton, water regis- 
trar, office City Hall, 660 Main 

Cambridge Water Works, supply yard 30 
Auburn 

Cambridgeport Diary Co., diary mnfrs., 
105 Magazine 

Cambridgeport Express Co., Savage & 
Son, proprietors, 600 Main 

Cambridgeport National Bank, R. Doug- 
lass, pres., 585 Main 

Cambridgeport Post-office, William S. 
Arnaud, supt., 611 Main 

Cambridgeport Savings Bank, Benjamin 
Til ton, pres., 635 Main 

Came Daniel, tinsmith Seavey & Co., 
Third, house 487 Main 

Came George A., teamster, house Squires 
brick block, Gore 

Cameron Alexander, carpenter, Waverly, 
corner Talbot, boards 463 Main 

Cameron Charles E., driver U. R. Co., h. 
4 Frank 

Cameron Hugh, canvasser, house 3 Rog- 
ers block, Main 

Cammon George E., bookkeeper, boards 
231 North avenue 

Cammon John, carriage smith, 232 North 
avenue, house 231 do. 

Cammon J. Albert, bookkeeper (14 Mar- 
shall, B.), boards 231 North avenue 

Campbell Alex., carpenter, h. 8 Eliot 

Campbell Andrew (Campbell Bros. & Co.), 
boiler mnfr., 356 Main, h. 80 Washing- 
ton [Green 

Campbell Bridget, widow of James, h. 158 

Campbell Bridget, widow of Wm., house 
40 First 

rtA31PBELL BROS. & CO. (An- 

\J drew and William Campbell), boiler 
manufacturers, 356 Main 

Campbell Charles, cooper, house 2 Vine 

Campbell David J., telegraph operator, 
engine house, Brattle sq., boards 46 
Winthrop [Winsor 

Campbell Dougall, carpenter, house 143 

Campbell Edw., harness maker, 4 Brattle 



Campbell Edward H., clerk, 1 Vine, b. 3 do. 
Campbell Elizabeth A., widow of Jamts, 

house 147 Cambridge 
Campbell Francis, discount clerk Traders 

Nat. Bank (91 State, B.), bds. 36 Lee 

CAMPBELL. GEO. J., carpenter 
and builder, house 70 Second 

Campbell Harrison C, teamster R. 
Weitze, house Eighth, near Spring 

Campbell Hugh, grocer, 1 Vine, c. Third, 
house 3 do. 

Campbell James J., polisher, b. 56 Charles 

Campbell John, machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, house 11 Union 

Campbell John, boiler maker, 356 Main, 
house. 10 Blanche 

Campbell John, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 28 Worcester 

Campbell John A., clerk, 621 Main, bds. 
7 Lam son place 

Campbell John M., tailors' trimmings (43 
Summer, B.), house 17 Magazine 

Campbell J. F. Mrs., house 36 Lee 

Campbell Margaret, widow of John, house 
rear 56 Charles 

Campbell Mary P., widow, h. 40 Pearl 

Campbell Morris M., musician, b. 30 Austin 

Campbell Oliver B., house 116 North av. 

Campbell Robert H., boards 41 River 

Campbell Robert M., house 41 River 

Campbell Sarah A. Miss, dressmaker, 95 
Mt. Auburn, house do. 

Campbell Thos. F., clerk, 1 Vine, b. 3 do. 

Campbell Thomas R., sheet iron worker, 
153 Putnam avenue, boards 42 River 

Campbell Thomas W., piano and organ 
tuner, 624 Main, house 100 Austin 

Campbell Tunis G. jr., waiter, h. 4 Suffolk 

Campbell William (Campbell Bros. & 
Co.), boiler manufacturer, 356 Main, 
house 168 Harvard 

Campbell William, collector, h. 60 Cherry 

Campbell Wm. H., boards 17 Dyke 

Campbell Wm. J., machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, house 7 Lamson place 

Campbell Wm. T., teacher Adams Acade- 
my (Quincy), house 36 Lee 

Campbell Wilson, boilermaker, 356 Main, 
house rear 13 Pine 

Campbell Wilson 2d (Kelso & Campbell), 
liquors, 407 Main, bds. 168 Harvard 

Campbell , teamster, boards 77 Con- 
cord avenue 

Candage Solon, milk driver, boards 79 
Thorndike 

Cane George, carpenter, boards 510 Main 

Canfield Chas. S., clergyman and teach- 
er, house 1 Berkeley 

Cannavan Ann, widow, h. rear 119 Gore 

Cannavan ElL-n, widow of James, house 
18 Hunting 

Cannavan John, soapmaker, b. 18 Hunting 

Cannavan Richard L., laborer, boards 18 
Hunting 

Cannell Henry (H. N. Hovey & Co.), gro- 
cer, 89 Cambridge, house 55$ Gore 

Cannell Joseph, carpenter, bds. 55£ Gore 



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Canning Cornelias, teamster (172 State, 

B), boards 47 Brookline 
Cannon Cornelia, widow of John, seam- 
stress, house 912 Main 
Cannon George, gardener Botanic Gar- 
den, boards Raymond do. 
Cannon Hugh, laborer, house 22 Foster 
Cannon Rose Miss, house 40 Winthrop 
Canny John, butcher, house off Concord 

avenue, near slaughter-house 
Canny John, laborer, house 33 Harding 
Canterbury Charles D., student H. U., 

rooms 14 Stoughton Hall 
Canty Zeph. clerk, house 73 Gore 
Capelle Jonas F., house 138 Thorndike 
Capelle Thomas, carpenter, h. 45 Spruce 
Capen Chas. L., music teacher, boards 28 

Mellen 
Capeu Edward N. (Capen, Sprague & Co.), 

oil mnfr., Sixth, house at Boston 
Capen Lizzie C. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, boards 50 Magazine 
Capen, Sprague & Co. (Edward N. Capen, 
Charles Sprague, and Charles G. B. 
Smith), lubricating oil mnfrs., Sixth, 
cor.Potter, and (0and8 Custom House 
street, B.) 
Capen Warren F., switchman draw No. 2, 
E. R. R., Prison Point bridge, boards 
at Charlestown [Soden pi. 

Carbery Patrick, hostler, 120 Green, h. 2 
Carew Edward, cooper, rear 08 Allston, 

house 12 Hamilton 
Carew Thomas A., sculptor, h. 29 Everett 
Carey Bridget, wid. of Michael, h. 87 Gore 
Carey Jeremiah, painter, house 87 Gore 
Carey John F., tailor, 8 Prospect, boards 

at Boston 
Carey John M., teamster, boards 87 Gore 
Carey Margaret, widow of James, board- 
ing-house, 23 Brighton 
Carey Maurice, currier, house 23 Sargent 
Carey Michael, brass filer, 368 Main 
Carey, see Cary [Boston 

Carl John, safemaker, 17 Main, house at 
Carle James A., stair builder, State, bds. 

40 Austin 
Carle John, driver U. R. Co., 3 Harvard sq. 
Carleton Deborah Miss, bds. 8 Prospect 
Carleton Edward E., liquors (170 Knee- 
land, B.), house 290 Harvard 
Carleton John F., student H. U., rooms 8 

Prescott 
Carley Geo. E., clerk B. & L. R. R. re- 
pair shop, house at Stoneham 
Carley James, laborer, house 9 Donnell 
Carley John D., gate tender Prison Point 
bridge, B. & L. R. R., rooms at Boston 
Carley John E., gardener, bds. 9 Donnell 
Carley Kate Mrs. (Drake & Carley). fancy 
dry goods, 14 Brighton, house 46 do. 
Carley Patrick W., plumber, 17 Brattle, 
boards 9 Donnell [Winsor 

Carlin Elias W.,harnessmaker, house 126 
Carlin James T., foreman brass foundry, 

368 Main, house 3 State 
Carlin John, coremaker, 368 Main 



Carlin Mary, widow of John, house 143 
Bridge 

Carlin Michael, laborer, h. 13 Conlon ct. 

Cprlin M.. machinist, 368 Main 

Carlin William A., plumber, 8 Brattle, h. at 
Boston 

Carlisle John, glazier (28 Charlestown, 
B.), boards J. C. Lund's, Mt. Vernon 

Carlock Ann, widow of Jacob, house 49 
Hamilton 

Carlock Chas. T., diarymaker, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 49 Hamilton 

Carlock John R., watchcase maker (8 
Province court, B.), house 430 Main 

Carlton George H., conductor U. R. Co., 

3 Harvard square 

Carlton James, boilermaker, 92 Main, 

house at East Boston 
Carman Charles W., grocer, 421 Main, 

house 2 Cherry [Cherry 

Carman Frank E., clerk, 421 Main, bds. 2 
Carman Luther Mrs., h. 16 Worcester 
Carmichael John, baggage-master B. & L. 

R. R., house 102 Cambridge 
Carnes James, laborer, house 170 Green 
Carnes John, shoemaker(469 Washington, 

B.), house 11 William 
Carnes William, laborer, 368 Main 
Carney Catherine Miss, house 18 Brown 
Carney Edwin A , clerk, 543 Main, house 

4 Lamson place 

Carney Edwin A., at "Traveler" (31 State, 

B. ), boards 36 Amory 
Carney Francis H., piano tuner (156 Tre- 

mont, B.), house 98 River 
Carney James J., teamster, h. 78 Brighton 
Carney John, marble-worker, boards 9 

Bristol 
Carney John, laborer, house 31 Warren 
Carney John, laborer, boards 134 Spruce 
Carney Joseph, tin-plate worker, 12 Brat- 
tle, house 36 Amory 
Carney Mary, wid. of John, b. 38 Winter 
Carney Owen, laborer, house 18 Brown 
Carney Patrick, farmer and milkman, 

house Fresh Pond lane [Boston 

Carney Patrick, varnisher, 624 Main, h. at 
Carney Patrick, boards 18 Brown 
Carney Rebecca, widow of Bernard, house 

134 Spruce 
Carney Wm., laborer, boards Patrick 

Carney's, Fresh Pond lane 
Carney William, sawyer, Woodbury's 

building, Otis, bds. rear 36 Harvard 
Carpenter Alexander C, blacksmith, h. 

41 Washington 
Carpenter Augusta C, widow of Hiram, 

house 44 Mt. Auburn 
Carpenter Frank O., bds. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Carpenter Samuel, tinsmith, 387 Cam- 
bridge, house 137 Webster avenue 
Carpenter Thomas, cabinet-maker, house 

218 Broadway 
Carr Alfred W., boards 16 Craigie 
Carr Arthur, laborer, house 18 McCabe 
Carr Bernard, laborer Wm. Reardon, h. 

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Carr Brothers (Patrick and Michael Carr), 

soft soap mnfrs., rear 12 Lopez 
Carr Charles, carpenter, house 37 Garden 
Carr Charles, soap maker Carr Bros., h. 

20 Decatur 
Carr Charles H., printer, h. 2 Hancock pi. 
Carr C, teacher Kindergarten school, 76 

Moore [365 do. 

Carr Edward, laborer, 368 Main, boards 
Carr Edward J., stereotyper Kiverside 

Press, house 21 Franklin 
Carr Edwin S., slater, Grant, house 17 

Mount Auburn [Hampshire 

Carr Frank P., driver hose 5, house 195 
Carr Henry, laborer, h. 11 Dinsmore ct. 
Carr Julia, widow, house 171 Winsor 
Carr Louis B., student H. U., rooms Crai- 

gie, atSomerville 
Carr Lucien, assistant curator Peabody 

Museum H. XL, house 16 Craigie 
Carr Michael (Carr Brothers), soap mnfr., 

rear 12 Lopez, house 12 do. 
Carr Nathaniel, coal (280 Causeway, B.), 

house 7 Walnut avenue 
Carr Patrick ( Carr Brothers) , soap maker, 

rear 12 Lopez, house 16 Decatur 
Carr Richard, fish-packer, bds. 2 Gray pi. 
Carr Richard T., lithographer Biverside 

Press, house r. 107 Putnam avenue 
Carrell Benjamin, provisions, house 1 

Board man place 
Carrell Charles L., clerk, 517 Main, boards 

1 Boardman place 
Carrell Mary A., fruit, 517 Main, house 1 

Boardman place 
Carret J. Francisco, register of patents 

and engravings Public Library (40 

Boylston, B.), house 6 Appian-way 
Carrington Elizabeih, widow of Charles, 

house 46 DeWolf 
Carrington John L., hostler IT. R. Co., 

Dunster, boards 46 DeWolf 
Carrington Leander, laborer, house 9 

Cowperthwaite 
Carrington Robert F., laborer, 12 Brattle 
Carroll Daniel, grain measurer (Charles- 
town^, bds. foot of Stevens court 
Carroll David, laborer, house 12 Porter 
Carroll Edward A., machinist B. & L. R. 

R. repair shop, bds. 116 Cambridge 
Carroll Edward F., shoe-laster (B.), house 

37 Cambridge 
Carroll Edward J., porter (15 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 30 Fourth 
Carroll Eliza, widow of John, h. 36 Winter 
Carroll Geo. W., clerk, 9 Brattle, boards 

7 Norton place 
Carroll James, laborer, boards 48 Winter 
Carroll James, house rear 139 Bridge 
Carroll James H., sewing-machines, and 

agent for Domestic patterns, 116 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [Main 
Carroll John, carpenter, b. 10 Rogers blk., 
Carroll John, laborer, h. Cushing,c. Lawn 
Carroll John, boards 4| South 
Carroll John, slater, h. 34 Charles River 
Carroll John F., machinist, h. 145 Gore 



Carroll John F., glass-maker, h. 228 Bridge 
Carroll John H., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, boards 116 Cambridge 
Carroll John I., teamster, 153 Putnam av., 

house 26 River 
Carroll John R., shoemaker, h. 123 Gore 
Carroll Julia, widow of Edward, house 30 

Fourth [Athens 

Carroll Margaret Miss, dressmaker, h. 1 
Carroll Michael, brush-maker (B.), boards 

116 Cambridge 
Carroll Olivia, widow, house 10 Plymouth 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, bds. 48 Winter 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, house 163 Green 
Carroll Patrick, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

329 do. 
Carroll Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 116 Fourth 
Carroll Richard, laborer, h. 6 Conlon ct. 
Carroll Richard, laborer, house 5 McCabe 
Carroll Sylvester, hostler, Church, house 

26 Charles River 
Carroll Wm , gardener, 32 Shepard, house 

7 Norton place 
Carroll Wm., grain measurer, house foot 

Stevens court 
Carroll Wm., printer University Press, 

rooms 6 Charles River 
Carroll Wm. H., marble worker (Haver- 
hill, B.), house 67 Charles 
Carruth Chas. E., grocer, 72 River, bds. 9 

Laurel [Laurel 

Carruth Geo. E., clerk, 72 River, house 9 
Carson Patrick, carpenter, h. 186 Green 
Carson Robert, soap maker, b.149 Franklin 
Carter Ann J., widow of William, house 

52 Fifth 
Carter Edward G., bds. 7 Daniels court 
Carter Egbert E., cooper, b. 93 Thorndike 
Carter Frank E., office manager, 624 Main, 

house 866 do. 
Carter Frank IT. (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 

12 Gore and (21 Exchange, B.), house 
at Boston Highlands 

Carter Geo., glass-maker, h. 54 Winter 

Carter George E., picture frames, 77 Cam- 
bridge and 571 Main, h. 77 Cambridge 

Carter Geo. P., bookbinder (76 Sudbury, 
B.), and (Geo. Woods & Co.), organs 
and pianos, 624 Main, and pres. Cam- 
bridge Water Works, City Hall, house 
61 Austin 

Carter George W-, wood-engraver (Court, 
B.), boards 54 Winter 

Carter Harriet Miss, city missionary (19 
Congregational House, Beacon, B.), 
house 14 Western av. 

Carter Harriet W., widow of Elisha, h. 
14 Western avenue 

Carter Helen M. Mrs., h. 7 Daniels court 

Carter Herbert L., clerk, 624 Main, house 

13 Concord square, Boston 

Carter James, coachman Charles Deane, 
house 7 Sparks 

Carter James 1L, pastor First Union Bap- 
tist church, house 94 Prospect 

Carter James M., confectioner, boards 181 
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BARTER JOSlAH H., real estate 
\J and mortgage broker (31 State, B.), 

boards 318 Harvard 
Carter Mary E. Miss, clerk, 98 Cambridge, 

boards 54 Winter 
Carter M. A. Mrs., house 81 North avenue 
Carter Nathan A., h. 4 Boardman place 
Carter Xoel A., hardware (156 Oliver, B.), 

house 66 Antrim 
Carter Richard, hostler U. R. Co., Duns- 

ter, boards 445 \ Main 
Carter Richard, laborer, house 9 Elmer 
Carter William G., hostler U. R. Co., 201 

Main, house rear 90 Harvard 
Carton Joseph, laborer, house 39 Harding 
Cartwright Ezekiel S., rope-maker, house 

3, rear Fiske block, Main 
Cartwright James, tinsmith, 502 Main, 

house 500 do. 
Cartwright James A., clothing (19 Elm, 

B. ) , house 21 Forest 
Cartwright Jos. P., driver S. F. E. 5, house 

196 Hampshire [Washington 

Cartwright Mary E., widow, house rear 15 
Cartwright Philip, box maker, house 3, 

rear Fiske's block, Main 
Carty Henry, bell-hanger, h. 129 Winsor 
Carty Henry, machinist, 368 Main 
Carty James F., brass finisher, boards 

129 Winsor 
Carty John, brass finisher, 368 Main 
Carty John, Mass. General Hospital, 

(Blossom, cor. Allen, B.), h. 74 Otis 
Carty, see McCarty, also McCarthy 
Cartylioni Antonio, baker, 67 Gore, b. do. 
Carver John B., organ action maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 514 Main 
Cary Frank C, cigar maker, 537 Main, 

boards 1 Rollins court 
Cary Richard Mrs., house 11 Ware 
Cary Thomas G., house 11 Ware 
Cary Thomas G. Mrs., house 11 Ware 
Cary see Carey 

Case Benj. W., driver, bds. 68 Columbia 
Case Lyman G., teamster (99Sudbury, B.), 

house 68 Columbia 
Casey Amos, teamster, house r. 128 Gore 
Casey Andrew A., baker, 502 Main, house 

14 Pine [Hastings 

Casey Bernard, carpenter, house rear 79 
Casey Bridget, widow, h. 7 Foster's block, 

rear 95 Main 
Casey Edward, laborer, h. 2 Norfolk court 
Casey Frank J., cabinet maker, 348 Main, 

boards rear 14 Pine 
Casey George, laborer, house 1 Rogers 

block, Washington [77 Gore 

Casey James S., driver S. F. E. No. 3, h. 
Casey James W., brass finisher, 368 Main, 

house 14 Clark 
Casey Jeremiah, laborer, b. 34 Hampshire 
Casey Jeremiah, laborer, h. 4 Hastings 
Casey John, iron worker, h. 13 Conlon ct. 
Casey John, hostler, 502 Main, h. 29 Green 
Casey John, laborer, h. rear 80 Brighton 
Casey John, clerk B. & M. R. R., house 8 

Winter 



! Casey Michael, gardener, 35 Mt. Auburn, 

boards do. 
Casey Michael, porter (Tremont House, 

13.). house 91 Fifth 
| Casey Michael, laborer, house 89 Elm 
Casey Patrick, laborer, house 31 Vine 
Casey Thos., cabinet maker, h. 106 Fourth 
Casey Thomas J., chief engineer Fire 

Dept., office City Hall, house 173 

Cambridge 
Casey Timothy, laborer, house 26 Xorth 
I Casey William, laborer, bds. 34 Hampshire 

Casey Wm., laborer, h. r. 189 Hampshire 
! Casey William, machinist, 368 Main 
i Casey Wm., undertaker, 104 Fourth. h. do. 
Casey Wm. E. J., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 42 River [55 Cedar 

Cashman Ellen, widow of Martin, house 
Cashman John, laborer, house 2(> Donnell 
Cashman John, laborer, boards 55 Cedar 
Cashman John J , laborer, bds. 26 Donnell 
Cashman Mary E. Miss, h. 50 Holyoke 
I Cashman Michael, laborer, h. 5 Lincoln 
Cashman Thomas, wheelwright, Palmer, 

corner Church, boards 46 Spruce 
Casper Maximillian, glass cutter, boards 

Charles, coiner Sixth 
Casper Nicholas, brass spinner (Travers, 

cor. Beverly, B.), h. Charles, c. Sixth 
Cass Frederick G., carpenter and builder, 

12 Green, house do. 
Cass Lewis, painter U. R. Co., house 12 

Appian-way 
Cassidy Ann, wid. of Edward, h. 120 Pearl 
Cassidy Edward, glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., house 79 bpring 
Cassidy Edward, clerk (B. & M. freight 

depot, B.), boards 120 Pearl 
Cassidy Frank, laborer, house 39 Charles 
Cassidy James, laborer, house 154 Third 
Cassidy John, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 3 Ninth 
Cassidy Patrick, laborer, bds. 28 Spring 
Castle Eliza, wid. of James, h. 52 Columbia 
Castle James C, clerk, 540 Main, boards 

52 Columbia 
Caswell Alanson W., painter, 608 Main, 

house 4 Fairmont avenue 
Caswell Elizabeth, widow of John, house 

155 Green 
Caswell Geo. B., clerk, 139 Broadway, h. 16 

Western avenue 
Caswell Isabel R., widow of Alanson B., 

house 124 Austin 
Caswell Lydia, widow, house 6 King place 
Caswell Susan, widow of Thomas, house 

93 Hampshire 
Cate G. F., express, 25 Central sq. and 

(7 Merchants row, B. ) 
Cate Louisa L., widow of James, house 7 

Appian-way 
Cate Luther G., lumber, h. 14 Concord av. 
Cate Wm. H., jig sawyer, h. 1(>7 Columbia 
Cateels Edmund, cabinet maker, h. 143 

Bridge 
Catling John, clerk, 120 Third, boards 1 

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Caulkins Fred, clerk, 527 Cambridge, bds. 

95 Austin [h. 96 Austin 

Caulkins Louisa B., widow of Jonathan, 
Cavanagh Annie, widow, house 85 Con- 
cord avenue [12 Appian-way 
Cavanagh Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. 
Cavanagh John, cook (19 Kilby, B.), house 

45 Brookline 
Cavanagh John, house 5 Vine 
Cavanagh Michael, harness maker, 438 

Main, house 59$ Franklin 
Cavanagh Michael T., grocer, 346 North 

avenue, house do. 
Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, h. 26 Winter 
Cavanagh Thomas PL, cabinet maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 3 Somerset 
Cavanagh, see Kavanagh [Davis 

Cawley Frederick M., stone-cutter, bds. 4 
Cawley Thomas J., laborer, 211 Bridge, 

house 210 do. 
Cederholm Nels, cabinet maker, 124 Har- 
vard, house 134 do. 
Center Caroline Mrs., h. 2 Lincoln court 
Center Mary P., widow, house Summer, 

next In man 
Center, see Senter 

Chabot Joseph, tinsmith, bds. 28 Pelham 
Chadbourne Ida A. Mrs., music teacher, 

boards 36 Pearl 
Chadbourne Samuel, driver TJ. R. Co., 

3 Harvard square 
Chadbourne Samuel R., fly-finisher, 162 

Broadway, house at Med ford 
Chabourn Stephen F., driver U. R. Co., 

boards over Baldwin street station 
Chad wick Alford F., box maker, house 44 

Winsor 
Chad wick Edward A., provisions, 33 

River, boards 21 Magazine 
Chadwick Sarah A., widow of Ward, house 

5 Ashburton place 
Chadwick William F., clerk (52 School, 

B. ), house 54 Sidney 
Chaffee Knowlton S. (Chaffee & Cum- 

mings), charcoal, Bridge, and pres. F. 

H. Ins. Co. (60 Devonshire, B.), house 

55 Otis 
Chaffee & Cummings (Knowlton S. Chaf- 
fee and Daniel P. Cummings), char- 
coal, junction Bridge and Cambridge 
Chain George, iron roller, 126 Portland, 

boards 1 Hampshire 
Chain James, teamster, 126 Portland, 

boards 1 Hampshire 
Chalfant William, student H. TJ. rooms 11 

Matthews Hall 
Chalk Abraham B., shoemaker, house 26 

Fourth 
Challis Alfred, painter (73 Fulton, B.), 

house 42 Holyoke 
Chalmers James, lithographer Riverside 

Press, house at Allston 
Chamberlain David, at William Stevens' 

stable, 151 Bridge 
Chamberlain George D., overseer of the 

poor, and beef (46 F. H. market, B.), 

house 5 River 



Chamberlain Geo. E., clerk (25 Central 
wharf, B.), boards 91 Auburn 

Chamberlain James, confectioner, boards 
19 Essex 

Chamberlain James F., silver plater (21 
School, B.), house 116 Prospect 

Chamberlain John T., car builder, house 
18 Howard 

Chamberlain Lydia S. E., widow of Arte- 
mus W., house 423 Broadway 

Chamberlain Nathan H., clergyman, 
house 423 Broadway 

Chamberlain Newell, beef (46 F. H. mkt, 
B.), house 7 River 

Chamberlain Sally N. Mrs., teacher Board- 
man primary school, house 91 Auburn 

Chamberlain Willard N., provisions (46 
F. H. market, B. ), h. 10 Western av. 

Chamberlayne Charles F., law student, 
H. TJ., and editor and proprietor 
Harvard Daily Echo,3 Linden, boards 
423 Broadway 

Chamberlayne Charles F., student H. TJ., 
boards 423 Broadway 

Chamberlayne Henry D., lumber (122 Ty- 
ler, B.), boards 423 Broadway 

Chamberlain Alfred N., shoemaker, 642 
Main, house 10 King place 

Chamberlin A. Otis, # letter carrier P. O., 
625 Main, house 10 King place 

Chamberlin Charles TJ. (D. TJ. Chamber- 
lin & Co.), hardware, 622 Main, 
boards 059 do. 

Chamberlin Daniel TJ. (D. TJ. Chamberlin 
& Co.), hardware, 622 Main, h. 659 do. 

Chamberlin David C, hostler, 151 Bridge, 
house at Cohasset 

Chamberlin D. U. & Co. (Daniel TJ., Geo. 
H. and Charles TJ. Chamberlin), hard- 
ware, etc., 022 Main 

Chamberlin Edward, Boston Chemical 
Works, Third, near Bent, office (27 
Doane, B), house at Newton Centre 

Chamberlin Francis, gardener, 398 Broad- 
way, house 67 Ellery 

Chamberlin Geo. H. (D. TJ. Chamberlin 
& Co.), hardware, 622 Main, boards 77 
Brattie 

Chamberlin Samuel B., provisions (6 Cen- 
tral market, B.), house 289 Pearl 

Chamberlin Sarah F., widow of Charles 
P., house 39 Columbia 

CHAMBEUlilN VOLNEY R„ 
provisions (33 North, B.J, house 167 
Brookline 

Chamberlin, see Chamberlain, also Cham- 
berlayne 

Chambers John H., foreman Jaynes & 
Co., house 42 Sidney 

Chambers W. Cyrus, at University Press, 
boards 41 Holyoke 

Champaux Edward, farmer, h. 140 Spruce 

Champion Joel D., teamster, house 10 
Squires court [zine 

Champney Anna E. Miss, boards 13 Maga- 

Chandler Charles F., lithographer River- 
side Press, boards 51 Fairmont 



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Chandler Charles H., bookkeeper (178 

Devonshire, B. ). house 20'J Harvard 
Chandler J3igby W., wood engraver (X. 

Y.),bds. 20 Front 
Chandler Edward D., salesman (615 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 3S Linnaean 
Chandler Edward JR., hatter, 453£ Main, 

house 22 Front 
Chandler Emeline B., widow of Ebenezer, 

house 10 Amory 1 14 Green 

Chandler Emery A., clerk, 502 Main, bds. 
Chandler Frank A., stereotyper Riverside 

Press, boards 22 Front 
Chandler Frank W., architect (00 Devon- 
shire, room 23, B.), rooms 54 Garden 
Chandler Gilbert E., teller receivers of 

West Boston Savings Bank (17 Pem- 

berton square, B.), bonds 10 Amory 
Chandler Herbert H., cashier (4 Winthrop 

square, B.), boards 3S Linnaean 
Chandler Isaac A., foreman, 78 Main, h. 

37 Erie [Holyoke House 

Chandler John, student II. U., rooms 19 
Chandler Lewis B., clerk, 055 Main, bds. 

10 Amory [371 Harvard 

Chandler Mary, widow of William, house 
Chandler Mary, widow of James, house 51 

Fairmont 
Chandler Samuel E., city auditor, office 

City Hall, house 31 Lee 
Chandler Stephen B., salesman (558 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 38 Linnasan 
Chaney Abigail, widow, house 18 Bigelow 
Chaney Sylvanus B., cracker dealer, house 

209 Harvard 
Chaney, see Cheney 

Channing Edward T. Mrs., h. 07 Kirkland 
Chapell Winslow, carpet beater. Rhoades 

building, State, house 40 Clark 
Chapin Andrew X., mason, order box 3 

River, house 31 Kinnaird 
Chapin Gardner (Chapin Brothers) (1G5 

South Market, B.), house 93 Otis 
Chapin GfO. T., butter, etc. (13 Blackstone 

market, B.). house 00 Otis 
Chapin Henry G., student H. TJ., rooms 

10 Quincy 
Chapin Herbert A., lawyer (17 State, B.), 

house Lake View avenue 
Chapin Lucius L., clerk, 192 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Chapin Walter F., student H. TJ., boards 

Herbert A. Chapin's, Lake View av. 
Chaplin Geo., builder, h. 3 Greenough av. 
Chaplin Sarah T., widow of Charles F., h. 

152 Austin 
Chapman Albert W., cooper Jaynes & Co., 

Pacific, boards 4014. Main 
Chapman Arthur W., student Epis. Theo. 

Sein., Brattle, rooms 2 Lawrence Hall 
Chapman Charles E., clerk (P.'O., B.). h. 

102 Hampshire 
Chapman Charles H., building mover, 01 

Plymouth, boards 4014 Main 
Chapman Charles H., student H. TJ., rms. 

28 Dunster [403 do. 

Chapman Cyrus, machinist, 308 Main, bds. 



Chapman Francis L. (F. L. Chapman & 

Co.), carriage mnfr., rear 10 Brattle, 

house 11 Story [boards do. 

Chapman Frank, coachman, 153 Brattle, 
Chapman Frank H.. clerk (9 Commercial, 

B.), boards 107 Ellery 
Chapman Fred L. (F. L. Chapman & Co.), 

carriage mnfr., rear 10 Brattle, house 

107 Ellery 
Chapman F. L. & Co. (Francis L. and 

Fred L. Chapman), carriage mnfrs. 

and dealers, rear 10 Brattle 
Chapman George W., painter, 00 Main, h. 

054, Western avenue 
Chapman George W. jr., teamster, house 

72 Winsor [Elm 

Chapman Henry, paper-hanger, house 122 
Chapman John J., student H. U., rooms 

52 Thayer Hall 
Chapman John L., action maker, 102 

Broadway, house 27 Western avenue 
Chapman Mary E. Mrs., house 4014. Main 
Chapman Xaihauiel B. , carpenter, rooms 

10 Story 

Chapman Warren, watchmaker, b. 27 Jay 
Chapman William, house 39<j4 Cambridge 
Chapman William jr., carpenter, 10'.) Web- 
ster avenue, house 39u| Cambridge 
Chapman William H., paper-hanger, bds. 
3904 Cambridge - [School 

Clnppell J. Winslow, trunk maker, h. 42 
Chard Granville, tuner, 102 Broadway, h. 

at Chelsea 
Charles River iron Works, Kendall & Rob- 
erts, proprietors, 72 and 92 Main 
pHARLLS KIVER NATIONAL 
\J JS ANK, E. Snow, cashier, 1 Harvard 

row 
Charlton William, steam gauges, house 

197 Hampshire 
Charmois Victor, designer (98 Washing- 
ton. B. ). house 141 Thorndike 
Chartrand Geo., cooper, 109 Gore, house 

11 Squires court 

Chase Benj. D., clerk Mutual Life Ins. Co. 

of Ne*v York (87 Milk, B.), house 125 

Austin [bds. 25 Park 

Chase Chas. E., pill maker, 150 Broadway, 

Chase Charlotte M., teacher Webster 

grammar school, boards 00 Norfolk 
Chase Edward F., house 80 School 
Chase Edwin B. Rev. Mrs., h. 50 Shepard 
Chase Freeman H.. express, order box 419 
Main, and (91 Kilby, B.), house 150 
Hampshire 
Chase George S., manager X. E. R. R. Pub. 
Co. (117 Franklin, B.), house Lambert 
avenue, opposite Walnut avenue 
Chase George T., shipper, 024 Main, house 

at Lynn 
Chase George W., boards 52 Elm 
Chase Henry E., student H. U., rooms 7 

Sumner 
Chase Henry W., student H. U., rooms 12 

Hoi worthy Hall 
Chase Herbert A., homoeopathic physi- 
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Chase Herman L., student H. U., rooms 7 
Sumner 

Chase Hiram L., homoeopathic physician, 
office and house 752 Main 

Chase H. M., conductor U. R. Co., 3 Har- 
vard square 

Chase Isaac, cigars, bouse 5 Amory place 

Chase Isaac R„ engineer B. & L. R. K., 
boards 91 Plymouth 

Chase James M., clerk, boards 55 Essex 

Chase Jeremiah C, house 60 Norfolk 

Chase John L , machinist, house 2 Oak 

Chase Joseph S., wood worker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Maiden 

Chase Josiah G., engineer and surveyor, 
623 Main, house 8 Bigelow 

Chase Josiah S., cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. 1 Highland av., Somerville 

Chase Mary Mrs., boards 134 Austin 

Chase Samuel F. Mrs., house 52 Elm 

Chase Simeon, miner (Denver, Col. ), h. 12 
William 

Chase Walter G., student H. U., rooms 23 
Thayer Hall 

Chase William F., salesman (451 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 848 Main 

Chase William T. Rev., pastor First Bap- 
tist church, house 134 Austin 

Cheney Charles D., engineer B. & L. B. 
B., house 91 Fourth 

Cheney Charles W-, driver, 502 Main, h. 
12 William 

Cheney Edwards, student H. U., rooms 8 
Thayer Hall 

Cheney Edwin L., produce (31 F. H. sq., 
B. ), house 41 Essex 

Cheney Ellen A., teacher Harvard primary 
school, boards 103 Hancock 

Cheney George S., traveling salesman, h. 
17 Worcester 

Cheney Harvey A., molder, 162 Broadway, 
house 4 Rogers block. Main 

Cheney Hiram W., traveling agent, house 
209 Harvard 

Cheney Joseph P., house 12 William 

Cheney Mary G., widow of George H., h. 
33 Lin use an [Essex 

Cheney Mary M., widow of Nathan, h. 54 

Cheney, see Chaney 

Cheseman Frank, laborer, house rear 54 
Washington 

Cheshire Robert M., law student H. U., 
rooms 30 Mt. Auburn 

Chesley George W., express, office 525 
Main and (4 Central, B. ), house 33 
Springfield [452 Main 

Chesley Nancy, widow of William, house 

Chesley Sawyer, carpenter, boards 108 
Washington 

Chestnut Alexander, machinist, 72 Main 

Chestnut James, saleratus maker, house 
86 Vine [Hunting 

Chestnut Kose, widow of Robert, house 6 

Chew Robert H., laborer, h. 29 Porter 

Chick Amos, carpenter, rear 79 Brattle, 
and sexton First Parish church, house 
9 Gerry 



Chick Edward E., janitor Peabody Muse- 
um, house 8 Sumner 
Chick Helen M., widow of J. Arthur, 

boards 99 Green [29 Sixth 

Chick Joseph E., box maker, 169 Gore, h. 
Chickering Wm. H., clerk B. & L. R. R. 

freight office, Prison Point road, house 

at Lowell 
Child Francis J., professor of English H. 

II., house 67 Kirkland 
Child George W., tinsmith, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 41 Pearl 
Child Joseph, leather (39 High, B. ), house 

99 Magazine 
Child Moses M., truant officer, ward 1, 

boards 10 Farwell place 
Child Spencer, teamster (172 State, B.), 

house 226 Broadway 
Child William B., house 41 Pearl 
Childs Edward F., confectioner, house 6 

Pioneer place 
Childs Eugene, machinist, 72 Main, bds. 

9 Broadway [18 Fairmont 

Childs Henry H., printer, 630 Main, house 
Childs Isaac, teamster, 12 Gardner 
Childs John J., house 18 Fairmont 
Childs Parker E., pressman University 

Press, house 60 Brighton 
Childs Wm. II., harness maker TJ. R. Co., 

Dunster, house at Somerville 
Childs Winthrop W., hackdriver, 575£ 

Main, rooms do. 
Childs, see Child 

Chipley Ezekiel S., clerk (219 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 55 Green 
Chipley Joseph F., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 55 Green 
Chipman Albion, pattern maker (Dorches- 
ter avenue, S. B.), house 74 Fourth 
Chipman Geo. W., carpets (Court, corner 

Hanover, B.), house 170 Brookline 
Chisholm Colin, carpenter, 97 Webster 

avenue, house 108 Tremont 
Chisholm Daniel, harness maker TJ. R. 

Co., Dunster, house 33 Holyoke 
flHKSHOLM DUNCAN, wheel- 
\J wright and blacksmith, Third, opp. 

gas works, house 271 Broadway 
Chisholm William, trunk maker, boards 

33 Holyoke 
Chittick Robert, gardener, house rear 13 

Appian-way 
Choate Charles F., president O. C. R. R., 

house 153 Brattle 
Choate Isaac B., student H. TJ., h. 13 Avon 
Choate William, student H. TJ., rooms 30 

Hollis Hall 
Christensen Even, cabinet maker, 384 

Main, house 106 Webster avenue 
Christenson Christian, cabinet maker F. 

M. Holmes Furniture Co., boards at 

Charlestown 
Christianson Peter, cornice maker (Bow- 

ker, B.), house 23 Fifth 
Christie Michael, laborer, house 16 Reed 
Christie William, supt. Dana Hill Club 



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Christie Wm. H., bookbinder Kiverside 

Press, house 37 Putnam avenue 
Christopher Edward B., carpenter, house 

44 Pine 
Christopher George A., grocer, 178 Har- 
vard, house 287 Broadway 
Christopher Zenas, harness maker, 186 

North avenue, house at Somerville 
Church Charles B., cigar maker (70 Sud- 
bury, B.), boards 124 Thorndike 
Church Charles L., cigar maker (70 Sud- 
bury, B. ), house 124 Thorndike 
Church Elizabeth E., widow, house 120^ 
Harvard [Cambridge 

Church John B., cabinet maker, h. 179 
Church Mary A. Mrs., house 51 Hastings 
Church Moses D., physician, boards 98 

Putnam avenue 
Churchill Charles B., clocks (259 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 16 Ellery 
Churchill Fred L., clerk, 3 Brattle, boards 

15 Farwell place 
Churchill Henry, picture frame maker, 

boards 3 Prospect 
Churchill John M. B., student H. U., 

rooms 12 Appian way 
Churchill J., machinist, 72 Main 
Chute Edward I., hostler, 503 Main, house 

rear 503 do. 
Chute James L., laborer, bds. 34 Auburn 
Chute Joshua M., carpenter, h. 34 Auburn 
Chute S. Smith, carpenter, 9 Western av., 

house 15 Pleasant 
Cilley Harry B., student St. Paul's school 

(Concord, N. H.), b. 86 Buckingham 
Cilley Horace L., livery stable (No. Russell, 

B.), house 15 Clinton 
Cilley Martha B., widow of Jacob G., h. 

86 Buckingham 
City Hall, 000 Main [65 Oxford 

Clafiin Walter A., clerk, 1 Brattle, boards 
Clampett James T., painter, h. 115 Elm 
Clancy David, hostler (B.), h. 192 Bridge 
Clancy Edward, laborer, house 15 Warren 
Clancy James W*., net maker, h. 93 Fifth 
Clancy Michael, laborer, house 129 Web- 
ster avenue 
Clapp Arthur F., boards 89 Plymouth 
Clapp Austin P., clerk, 368 Main, house 

95 Columbia 
Clapp Charles C, music (69 Court, B.), 

house 132 Mt. Auburn 
Clapp Clift R., student H. U., rooms 33 

Thayer Hall 
Clapp Edward C, compositor University 

Press, house 148 Mt. xluburn 
Clapp Fred C, clerk (69 Court, B.), boards 

132 Mt. Auburn 
Clapp George Walter, metals (120 North, 

B.), house 49 Erie 
Clapp John, sawyer, 162 Broadway, 

house 89 Plymouth 
Clapp Nancy T., widow of Frederick, 

house 8 River 
Clapp Robert P., law student H. U., and 
reporter ''Advertiser" (29 Court, B.), 
rooms 3 Linden 



Clapp Seth Edward, liquors (10 Boy Is ton' 

B.), house 65 Pleasant 
Clark Albert E., miller (1 Hamilton, B.) ; 

boards 74 Fourth 
Clark Alvan (Alvan Clark & Sons), tele- 
scope maker, Henry, h. 184 Brookline 
Clark Alvan & Sons (Alvan, Alvan G. and 
George B. Clark), telescope makers, 
Henry, near Brookline 
Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons), tel- 
escope maker, Henry, house 186 
Brookline 
Clark Amasa S. K., clerk Cambridge Gas 

Co., 424 Harvard, boards 21 Irving 
Clark Ambrose H., collector Cambridge 
Gas Co., 424 Harvard, house 21 [rving 
Clark Appleton, boots aud shoes (164 

Congress, B.), h<mse 20 Sacramento 
Clark Arthur M., student Ep. Theo. Sem- 
inary, Brattle, rooms 9 Lawrence Hall 
Clark Asa D. (Boston Bolt and Nut Co.), 

128 Portland, house at Lowell 
Clark Bernard P., blacksmith, Church, 

opposite Palmer, house 15 Banks 

Clark Benjamin P., cigar manufacturer, 

35 Pearl and (B. P. Clark & Co.), 503 

Main, house 81 Franklin 

Clark B. P. & Co. (Benj. P. Clark, Amasa 

A. McKusick. and Thos. H. Emerson), 

confectionery manufacturers,503 Main 

Clark Carrie M., widow of Chauncey, 

house 9£ Wallace 
Clark Charles E., conductor IT. R. Co. , 

rooms 6 Harvard square 
Clark Charles H., stereotyper University 

Press, boards 9 Revere 
Clark Chester N., supt. brush depart- 
ment, House of Correction, East Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Clark Daniel, lager beer, Palmer, near 

Brattle, house 19 Winthrop 
Clark Dwight S., agent, h. 152 Prospect 
Clark Edward Mrs., house rear 43 Clark 
Clark Edward J. (John Harrington & 
Clark), granite worker, Gore wharf, 
Third, house at Somerville 
Clark Edward K. Mrs., house Summer, 

corner Inman 
Clark Edward P., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 

83 Concord avenue 
Clark Ella W. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, bds. at Winchester 
Clark Ernest W., plumber, 634 Main, 

house 20 Worcester 
Clark Francis L., student H. U., rooms 18 

Holworthy Hall 
Clark Frank A. (Smith & Clark), hulled 

corn, 400 Main, house 402 do. 
Clark Frank H., student H. U., rooms 

26 Beck Hall 
Clark Frederick C. (F. C. Clark & Co.). 
914 Main, boards 404 Harvard 

CLARK F. €. & CO. (Frederick C. 
Clark), stoves, etc., 914 Main 
Clark Geo., laborer, house 44 Washington 
Clark Geo. B. (Alvan Clark & Sons), tele- 
scope maker, Henry, h. 1S2 Brookline 



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Clark Henry H., printer (117 Franklin, 

B.), house foot Harris, near Oxford 
Clark Hyacinth, boiler maker, 72 Main, 

house 239 Cambridge 
Clark James S., glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 79 Spring 
Clark Jeduthan, lithographer, boards 116 

Western avenue 
Clark Jennie M. Miss, clerk, 503 Main, 

boards 81 Franklin 
Clark Johu, butcher, house 271 Cambridge 
Clark John, carpenter, Rhoades building, 

State, house 64 Hampshire 
Clark John, cook, house 133 Winsor 
Clark John, foreman U. R. Co. stable, 

Mt. Auburn, house dishing 
Clark John jr., driver U. R. Co., boards 

John Clark's, Cushing 
Clark John, house 44 DeWolf 
Clark John, tailor, 18 Brighton, house 

12 Lopez 
Clark John B., case maker, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
Clark John E., grocer, Brighton, opposite 

South, boards 21 South 
Clark John W., cabinet maker, house 98 

Hampshire 
Clark Joseph P., student H. TJ., rooms 40 

Gray's Hall 
Clark Lewis C. engineer Chemical en- 
gine No. 1, Central square building, 

Western avenue, house do. 
Clark Louis M., student H. U., rooms 38 

Weld Hall 
Clark Lydia H., widow of Joseph F., 

house 21 North avenue 
Clark Martin V. B., printer Riverside 

Press, house 29 William 
Clark Mary, widow, house 42 Dunster 
Clark Mary Ann, widow, house 9 Revere 
Clark Metcalf B. Mrs., house 134 Oxford 
Clark Nora, widow, house "55 Otis 
Clark Ozias, carpenter, 52 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Clark Patrick, watchman U. R. Co., house 

Holworthy, near Belmont 
Clark Patrick T. (P. T. Clark & Co.), 

wood and coal, 28 Cambridge, house 

150 Prospect 

CLARK P. T. & CO. (Patrick T. 
Clark), coal, wood, hay and grain, 
28 and 30 Cambridge 

Clark Richard C, seaman, h. 19 Fourth 

Clark Robert G., at 162 Broadway, boards 
108 Washington 

Clark Robert H, clerk, 152 North ave- 
nue, boards 17 Wendell 

Clark Robert O., carver, 54 Bridge, house 
81 Sixth [house 35 do. 

Clark Simon P., carpenter, 19 Cherry, 

Clark Stephen C, student H. U., rooms 
12 Holworthy Hall 

Clark Thomas, laborer, h. 159 Broadway 

Clark Thomas, boards 854. Putnam av. 

Clark Thomas (Custom House, B.), house 
88 Winsor [21 South 

Clark Thomas C, painter, 5 Palmer, bds. 



Clark Thomas H., plumber, 12 Brattle, 

boards 36 Ash 
Clark William, house 40£ Inman 
Clark William B., boards 21 South 
Clark Wm. II., bookbinder (76 Sudbury, 

B.), house rear 202 Putnam avenue 

CLARK WM. T., provisions, 152 
North avenue, house 17 Wendell 
Clarke Augustus P., physician, 693 Main, 

house do. 
Clarke Carrie F. Mrs., house 87 Sixth 
Clarke Cyrus T. W., mason, boards 2 

Florence place 
Clarke Edmund A. S., student H.U., rooms 

47 Thayer Hall 
Clarke Elisha jr., provisions (IS and 19 

F. H. square, B.), house 244 Harvard 
Clarke Eugene B., at 162 Broadway, bds. 

2 Florence place 
Clarke Huldah W., widow of Geo. H., 

house 100 Cambridge 
Clarke J. Milton, messenger U. S. Sub- 
Treasury (Devonshire, B. ), house 2 

Florence place 
Clarke Lorion P. Mrs., boards 1 Norfolk 
Clarke Mary W., wid. of Moses, h. 68 Otis 
Clarke Matthias C, conductor U. R. Co., 

house 87 Sixth 
Clarke Milton E. B., engraver, boards 2 

Florence place [b. 68 Otis 

Clarke Morris D., medical student H. U., 
Clarke Mortimer H., student H. U., rooms 

30 Weld Hall [b. do. 

Clarke Myron A., clerk, 156 Cambridge, 
Clarke Richard, laborer, house 48 Harding 
Clarke Theodore P. B , letter-carrier (P. 

O., B.), house 1 Florence place 
Clarke Wm., bootmaker, 184 North av., 

house 21 Beaver 
Clarke Wm. H., carriage maker, 178 No. 

avenue, boards 21 Beaver 
Clarke, see Clark 
Clarkson John G., jeweler (11 West, B.), 

boards 6 Rockwell 
Clarkson Thos. G., jeweler (11 West, B.), 

house 6 Rockwell 
Clarrage Fernando B., musician, house 

109 Allston 
Clary Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 

124 Webster avenue 
Clary Edward, clerk John Clary, East, 

boards 24 East 
Clary Francis P., janitor Boylston HallH. 

XL, house 22 Baldwin 
Clary John, lumber, Hastings wharf, East, 

house 24 East 
Clary Oliver O, pattern maker, 72 Main 
Clary Oliver D., clerk (South Boston), 

boards 24 East 
Clary Patrick, stone-mason, house 7 

Baldwin court 
Clary Susan Miss, house 130 Oxford 
Clasby John, carpenter, house 1 Union 
Clasby Thomas, gas man, house 3 Grant 
Claus Charles F., civil engineer, house 132 

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Clauss Ellen A., widow, house 158 Green 



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Claussen Peter, boots and shoes, 7 Brigh- 
ton, house 214 Green 
Clay Charles, laborer, house 5 Emmons 
Clay John S., laborer, house 82 Pearl 
Clayton Horace E., clerk (38 School, B.), 

rooms 20 Essex 
Clayton James, boiler maker, 72 Main 
Clayton Robert, waiter Memorial Hall, 

house 15 Elmer 
Cleary James, box maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 8 Decatur 
Cleary Michael, laborer, 368 Main, house 

8 Decatur [Main 

Clement George, house 9 Rogers block, 
Clement Hazen, student H. U., boards 131 

Newbury street, Boston 
Clement Herbert E., asst. bookkeeper, 145 

Broadway, boards 45 YVinsor 
Clement Herman A., cabinet maker, 44 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Clements John, teamster, h. Charles, cor. 

Third 
Clemmet Thomas, tailor (29£ Summer, 

B.), house 38 Brookline 
Cleveland Albert D., watchman Bay State 

Brick Co., rear 124 Spruce, house 387 

North avenue 
Cleveland Win. A., letter carrier North 

Cambridge P. O., bds. at Somerville 
Clifford James, feeder U. R. stables, 229 

Cambridge, house 88 Gore 
Clifford John, engineer, house 5 Beaver 
Clifford John, laborer, boards 12 East 
Clifford Mary, widow of Michael, h. 12 East 
Clifford Patrick, machinist (161 Pearl, B.), 

house 12 Magazine court 
Clifford Phillip, gardener Hovey & Co., 

house Line, near Cambridge 
Clifford Timothy, hostler U. R. Co., bds. 

23 Carson 
Clinton Malachi F., butcher, h. 23 Warren 
Cloonan Thomas, farmer, h. off Welling- 
ton, near Belmont line 
Close Caroline, teacher Allston grammar 

school, boards 14 Worcester 
Close Elizabeth, widow, h. 38 Brookline 
Close George, mnfg. confectioner, 243 and 

245 Broadway, house 220 Harvard 
Close John Mrs., house 14 Worcester 
Closs Peter, leather case mnfr., 6 Prince, 

house do. 
Clossan Henry, artist, boards 214 Green 
Clossan Peter, shoemaker, h. 214 Green 
Clough Alphonzo E., wood turner F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Chas'n 
dough H. P., conductor U. R. Co., 3 

Harvard square ' 
Clough John S., purchasing agent, 169 

Gore, house at Chelsea 
Clough Joseph L., clerk, 245 Broadway, 

house 118 Winsor 
Clough Sophronia C, widow of John K., 

house 55 Columbia 
Clouston Frank C, salesman (190 Con- 
gress, B.), boards 14 William 
Clouston Mary L., widow of William, h. 
14 William 



Clover Ellis, clerk, 30 Brighton, house 131 

Winsor 
Clover Frederick, second-hand furniture, 

450 Cambridge, house 14 Murdock 
Clow Edmund R., printer Riverside Press, 

house 50 Fairmont 
Clow Henry J., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 50 Fairmont [Story 

Cloyes Lothrop J., police, station 2, h. 12 
Clucas John, laborer, 153 Putnam avenue, 

boards 117 Pleasant 
Clucas Thomas, laborer, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 117 Pleasant 
Clukas Geo. M., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 

18H Harvard 
Clukes Wm. H., jig sawyer (791 Tremont, 

B.), house 8 Sixth 
Clukes Wm. H. jr., bookbinder (25 Arch. 

B.), boards 8 Sixth 
Clunen Thomas, laborer, h. off Wellington, 

near Hill's crossing 
Clutier Simon, at 203 Bridge, b. 30 Second 
Clyne George, cabinet maker, 384 Main, 

boards 128 Winsor 
Coady William, laborer, house 132 Webster 

avenue 
Coakley Daniel, clerk, 186 Cambridge, 

boards 14 Willow 
Coakley Daniel, harnessmaker, 132 Bridge, 

house at Charlestown 
Coakley David, laborer, house 18 North 
Coakley David jr., glass worker,b. 18 North 
Coakley Nellie, widow of Timothy, boards 

Dennis Shea's, Montgomery 
Coakley Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Willow 
Coakley Timothy, expressman, house 500 

Cambridge 
Cobb Edward C, clerk, 529 Main, boards 

Brewers block, Brattle square 
Cobb Franklin A., clerk, 638 Main, h. 29 

Pleasant [b. 29 Pleasant 

Cobb Franklin A. jr., clerk, 105 Magazine, 
Cobb Frederic C, student H. U., rooms 

13 Stoughton Hall 
Cobb Geo. E., picture frames, etc., 579 

Main, house 40 Erie [do. 

Cobb Geo. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 40 Erie, h. 
Cobb Geo. S., carpenter, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house 175 Cambridge 
Cobb Harriet H. Mrs., physician, 314 

Broadway, house do. 
Cobb Henry C., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 

10 Front 
Cobb Josiah H., grocer (1 Thompson sq., 

Charlestown), house 17 Prospect 
Coburn Annie Miss, house 70 Green 
Coburn Calvin, organ-maker, Fifth, cor. 

Otis, house 148 Spring 
Coburn Cornelia Miss, house 70 Green 
Coburn Elizabeth S. Miss, asst. librarian 

H. U., boards 18 Story 
Coburn Geo. A., physician, 13Sixth,h. do. 
Coburn Susie A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

70 Antrim 
Coburn Wendell T., house 110 Winsor 
Cochlan Johanna, widow, house 64 

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Cochran Frank, stereotype finisher Uni- 
versity Press, boards 6 Harvard sq. 

Cochran John (Govan & Cochran), organ- 
case maker, 162 Broadway, h. 14 State 

Cochran John M., student, bds. 14 State 

Cochrane Alexander (A. Cochrane & Co.), 
house at Boston 

COCHRANE A. & CO. (Alexander 
and Hugh Cochrane), chemical mnfrs.. 
Potter and (55 Kilby, B.) 
Cochrane Hugh (A. Cochrane & Co.), h. 

at Boston 
Cochrane John McGregor, student H. IT., 

rooms 14 State 
Code Edward F., tailor, house r. 6 East 
Codmau James M., student H. IL, rooms 
9 Little's block [Little's blk. 

Codman Robert, student H. U., rooms 11 
Codman Russell S., student H. U., rooms 

52 Brattle 
Coe Frederick (Frederick Coe & Co.), sta- 
tionery, books, etc., 410 Cambridge, 
house at Charlestown 
Coe Frederick & Co. (Frederick Coe and 
Frank R. White), stationery, etc., 410 
Cambridge 
Coe John E. Mrs., house 865 Main 
Coes C. N. Mrs., house 207 Hampshire 
Coes Geo. H., comedian, h. 207 Hampshire 
Coffey Catherine, widow of Timothy, 

house 20 Bay 
Coffey David, laborer, house 220 Franklin 
Coffey Dennis, switch-tender B. & L. R. 

R., house 58 North 
Coffey Elizabeth, widow of Cornelius, h. 

2£ Dailey alley 
Coffey John, laborer, house 54 North 
Coffey John J., provisions, 215 Franklin, 

house 20 Bay 
Coffey Julia Miss, house 4 Davis 
Coffey Michael, glass-worker, h. 52 North 
Coffey Thomas, stone-cutter, bds. 4 Davis 
Coffey Timothy J., teamster, bds. 20 Bay 
Coffey William, clerk, 2 Gore, b. 58 North 
Coffin Arthur S., surveyor, boards Wm. 

Smith's, Lake View avenue 
Coffin Eugene, carriage-painter, 232 North 

avenue, boards 212 do. 
Coffin Howard M., hostler J. P. Squire & 

Co., house 8 Squire's court 
Coffin James, laborer, h. 5 Lechmere pi. 
Coffin Mary E., widow, house 6 Gray place 
Coffin Seth, teamster, house 25 Hudson 
C off ran James P., in Cambridge Rolling 

Mill, house 224 Broadway 
Cofran Noah M., at S. M. Cofran's, Con- 
cord avenue, house 13 Wyeth 
Cofran Samuel M., brick mnfr., Concord 
av., near Fresh Pond, house 70 do., 
next Catholic church 
Cogan Edmond J., carpenter, 54 Cam- 
bridge, house 151 Winsor 
Cogan Joseph, harness-maker (55 Sudbu- 
ry, B.), house 33 Second 
Cogan Joseph A., student H. IL, boards 

35 Second 
Coggins Mary J. Mrs.,h. 37Cowperthwaite 



Coghlan Francis J., coachman, 357 Har- 
vard, boards do. 
Cogswell Francis, supt. of schools, office 

Central sq. bldg., Western avenue, b. 

123 Prospect 
Cogswell Francis, hostler, 120 Hampshire, 

house 138 do. [h. 17 Austin 

Cogswell Samuel B., machinist, 368 Main, 
Cohen Eugene Y., student H. IL, rooms 

467 Broadway 
Cohen George, cabinet-maker, Rhoades 

building, State, boards at Boston 
Cohen Mark, machinist, 10 Arrow, house 

114 Auburn 
Cohig Edward, laborer, house 149 Bridge 
Coit Robert, student H. IL, rooms 66 

Thayer Hall 
Cokeley John, laborer, house 26 North 
Coker Frederick G., asst. janitor Court 

House, house 67 Spring 
Colbert Hannah, wid. of John, h. 49Flagg 
Colbert John F., printer, bds. 49 Flagg 
Colbert John P., foreman organ packers, 

162 Broadway, house 55 Winsor 
Colburn George \V. (33 Summer, B.),h. 7 

Dana 
Colburn Mary, tailoress, bds. 19 Franklin 
Colby Albert M., pattern-maker, house 

157 Harvard 
Colby Alonzo B., molder, Pelham, house 

233 Broadway, room 5 
Colby Augustus, 44 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 
Colby Benjamin, house 36 North avenue 
Colby Gilman, editor, house 4 Centre 
Colby Joseph E., teamster, house 1 Chest- 
nut Park, from 27 Charles 
Colby Lewis Rev., house 697 Main 
Colby Moses C, house 28 Wendell 
Colby Nellie M. Miss, teacher Free Kin- 
dergarten school, Concord avenue, 

boards 36 North avenue 
Colby Simeon, teamster, house 77 Clark 
Colby Thomas J., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

machine shop, house at Somerville 
Coldeway Wm. G., student H. IL, rooms 

13 Kirkland place 
Cole Alfred, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 267 Putnam avenue 
Cole Arthur E., driver, 31 Elm, h. 39 do. 
Cole Charles D., secretary Grand Lodge 

I. O. O. F. (Tremont, cor. Berkeley, 

B.), house 738 Main 
Cole Chas. D'Urban M., student H. IL, 

boards 6 Acacia 
Cole Elizabeth, widow, h. 267 Putnam av. 
Cole Frank N. student H. IL, rooms 17 

Thayer Hall 
Cole George A., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 136 Columbia [ton bldg. 

Cole Geo. E., student H. IL, rooms 3 Fel- 
Cole Hanun W., house 6 Acacia 
Cole Jeremiah, machinist, 368 Main 
Cole Seth, printer, house 6 Union 
Cole Stephen R., machinist, 72 Main, 

house 59 Broadway 
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Cole Wm. W., cabinet-maker, 54 Bridge, 

house rear 1S4 Cambridge 
Cole Winslow V., house 22 Austin 
Colegrove George D., telegraph operator 

(109 State, B.), house 1)2 Winsor 
Coleman Addie A. Miss, boards 126 Otis 
Coleman Amos, whitener, rooms Sawins 

barn, Appian-way 
Coleman Auuie E., house 12 Bath 
Coleman Daniel, confectioner, boards 93 

Webster avenue 
Coleman Daniel, laborer, house 130 Elm 
Coleman Edward B., clerk (200 Devon- 
shire, B. ), boards 11 Wendell 
Coleman Elisha P., bookkeeper (Tremont 

Temple, B.), house 11 Wendell 
Coleman Ellen, widow, h. 257 Franklin 
Coleman Frank W., bookkeeper (260 

Washington, B.), boards 11 Wendell 
Coleman James W. (John Coleman & 

Sons), boards 92 Winsor 
Coleman John, engineer, 368 Main, house 

68 School 
Coleman John (John Coleman & Sons), 

91 Broadway, house 92 Winsor 
Coleman John, laborer, house 6 Reed 

COLEMAN JOHN & SOXS (John, 
Walter G. and James W. Coleman), 

wood and coal, 91 Broadway 
Coleman John jr., boards 6 Reed 
Coleman Mary J., widow of Mark W., 

house 126 Otis 
Coleman Mary L. Miss, boards 126 Otis 
Coleman Michael, laborer, house Burns 

block, Foster place 
Coleman Michael D., tailor, house 93 

Webster avenue 
Coleman Walter G. (John Coleman & 

Sons), 91 Broadway, boards 92 Winsor 
Coll John B., boards Mrs. Mary Coil's, 

Webster avenue 
Coll Mary, widow of Patrick, house Web- 
ster avenue, junction Winsor 
Collamore William A., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 48 Austin 
Collett J. R., boards 11 Prospect 
Colley James Mrs., house 32 Lee 
Collier Edward P., printer (238 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 9 Winter 
Collier Hiram P., student H. U., rooms 

27 Divinity Hall 
Collier John, truant officer, ward 3, house 

9 Fourth [Winter 

Collier Sophia, widow of Patrick H., h. 9 
Collier Thomas, in Cambridge Rolling 

Mill, house 85 Clark 
Collins Augustus, laborer, h. 221 Franklin 
Collins Charles J., molder, h. r. 13 Pine 
Collins Cornelius, saloon, 145 Bridge, bds. 

138 do. 
Collins Cornelius, laborer, house 52 North 
Collins Cornelius F., polisher, 203 Bridge, 

boards 56 Second 
Collins Daniel F., teamster, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 149 do. 
Collins Dennis, plumber, 436 Harvard, 

house at Somerville 



Collins Dennis, laborer, house 6 Water 
Collins Edwin D., clerk, boards 33£Inman 
Collins Ellen, widow, house 191 Franklin 
Collins E. F., lawyer (20 Court, room 23, 

B.), rooms 12 Appian-way 
Collins Frank H, polisher. 162 Broadway, 

boards 374 Main 
Collins Frank H., agent, h. 51 Holyoke 
Collins Herbert A. (Warren & Collins), con- 
fectionery mnfr., 8 Pearl, b. 47 River 
Collins James, baker, bds. 2 Lamson pi. 
Collins James E., coach -driver, 449 Cam- 
bridge, house 4 Ninth 
Collins James J., carpenter, b. 56 Second 
Collins James J., laborer, b. 7 Squires ct 
Collins Jeremiah, laborer, h. 4 Jefferson 
Collins John, laborer, bds. 3Lechmere pi. 
Collins John, granite works, Gore wharf, 

Third, house at South Boston 
Collins John A., clerk, 109 Cambridge, 

boards 10 North 
Collins John C, boards 56 Second 
Collins Joseph, brass-finisher, boards 7 

Squires court 
Collius Joseph, gardener Mt. Auburn, 
house Mt. Auburn, corner McDonald 
Collins Katie B. Miss, dressmaker, 564 

Main, house at Somerville 
Collins Lincoln J., boards Joseph Collins', 
Mt. Auburn [Second 

Collins Mary B. Mrs., boarding-house, 56 
Collins Michael, laborer, h. 7 Squires ct. 
Collins Michael, laborer, house 54 Bolton 
Collins Michael, teamster, h. r. 372 No. av. 
Collins N., boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Collins Patrick, laborer, house 22 Blanche 
Collins Patrick D., coal and wood, 140£ 

Pleasant, house do. 
Collins Richard, teamsterValentine & El- 
lis, house 46 DeWolf 
Collins R., at Memorial Hall, rooms Kirk- 
laud, corner Line [vard square 
Collins Thomas, driver XL R. Co., 3 Har- 
Collins Thomas, laborer, h. 3Lechmerepl. 
Collins Timothy, tailor (50 Lincoln, B.), 

house 52 North 
Collins William, laborer, house 148 Green 
Collins William S., gardener Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, boards Joseph Collins', Mt. 
Auburn 
Colliton Bernard, cooper, bds. 21 Willow 
Colliton Frank, laborer, house 15 Willow 
Colliton James, laborer, house 21 Willow 
Colliton James jr., laborer, bds. 21 Willow 
Colliton John F., laborer, bds. 21 Willow 
Collum Henry J., tinsmith, 600 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Golman Joseph J., kitchen furnishing 
goods, 426 Cambridge, h. 183 Columbia 
Colo Darby, laborer, house 196 Green 
Colston Frank, laborer, boards 31 Union 
Colter, see Coulter 
Columbia Club, 603 Main, room 5 
Columbus Albert A., tinsmith, house 5 

Rogers block, Washington 
Columbus Louis G., tinsmith, 354 North 
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Columbus William S,, gymnast, house 95 
Webster avenue 

Combs Charles E., drug clerk, 415 Cam- 
bridge, boards at Somerville 

Cornel Eugenia A. Miss, house 20 Park 

Comer James, laborer,, house 29 Harvard 

Comer Michael, tanner, house Clay, 2d 
from Harvey 

Comerf ord Alice, widow of Edward, house 
143 Elm 

Comerf ord Edward J., restaurant, 92 Mt. 
Auburn, house 30 Banks 

Comet ford John, shoemaker, 240 Cam- 
bridge, boards 8 Eighth 

Comerford John, laborer, boards 143 Elm 

Comerford Michael, fireman, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 143 Elm 

Comey Arthur M.. student H. U., rooms 
4 Granite, at Somerville 

Comey Charles R., straw goods (X. Y.). 
boards 5 Pleasant place 

Comey Chester H., insurance broker (31 
Milk, B), house 5 Pleasant place 

Comey George A., carpenter, h. 22 Lake 

Comey William A., clerk, 497 Main, bds. 
22 Lake 

Compton Harvey W., student H. XL, 
rooms 14 Story 

C03ISTOCK HIRAM 31., soda 
manufacturer (30 Canal, B.)» house 

24 Warland 
Conant Agnes B. Miss, clerk Register of 

Deeds office, Otis, cor. Second, boards 

415 Broadway 
Conant Anna E., widow of John, house 

9S Spring 
Conant Benjamin, printer, house 53 Essex 
Conant Charles F., house 121 Xorth av. 
Conaut Ernest L., student H. U., rooms 

31 College House 
Conant George A., commercial broker 

(172 Washington, room 7, B.), boards 

41 Franklin 
Conant George H., clerk, 9 Brattle, boards 

352 Broadway 
Conant George W. S., clerk Riverside 

Press, house 99 River 
Conant Harriet E. Miss, clerk, Otis, cor. 

Second, boards 415 Broalway 
Conant Henry H., house 91 Hancock 
Conaut Joseph J., bookbinder, house 352 

Broadway 
Conboy Thomas, laborer, house 32 Charles 
Conboy Timothy, bootmaker (Federal, B. ), 

house 10 Stevens court 
Concannon Jas. B., waiter, h. 19 Jefferson 
Concannon Patrick, printer, bds. 14 Grant 
Condon Edward, machinist, 308 Main 
Condon George T., salesman (Washing- 
ton, B. ), boards 44 Erie 
Condon James, at 6 Gore, boards do. 
Condon James F., liquors, 461 Main, bds. 

463 do. 
Condon John P., carpenter B. & A. R. R. 

repair shop (Allston), house 30 Upton 
Condon Robert, hairdresser, 1 Essex, h. 

at Boston 



Condon William, teamster, 166 River, h. 

Andrew, near Fairmont 
Condrick Thomas, brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Cone Adeline W. Mrs., house 105 Inman 
Cone Frank W., clerk (21 Chauncy, B.), 

boards 105 Inman 
Cone"r Charles M.. car inspector B. & L. 

R. R., house 136 Cambridge 
Coney Patrick, gardener, h. 53 Crescent 
Conkey Jason A., house 11 Boardman 
Conlan Bridget, widow of John, house 183 

Winsor 
Conlau Bridget, wid. of John, h. 9 Tuttle 
Conlan Dennis, laborer, boards 13 Bolton 
Conlan Edward, hostler, house 138 Spring 
Conlan Felix, lawyer, Lecbmere Bank 

building, boards 59 Thorndike 
Conlan James F., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 59 Thorndike 
Conlan John, lawyer, Lechmere Bank 

building, Cambridge, corner Second, 

boards 59 Thorndike 
Conlan John, laborer, house 13 Bolton 
Conlan John, shoemaker. 144 Bridge, b. do. 
Conlan John B.. conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 183 Winsor 
Conlan Michael, baker, h. rear 200 Bridge 
Conlan Michael, laborer, house 184 Winsor 
Conlan Michael, laborer, house 6 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Conlan Patrick, teamster, h. 102 Dublin 
Conlan Patrick, house 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Peter, engineer, 206 Broadway, 

house 171 Winsor 
Conlan Robert, laborer, house 121 Harvard 
Conlan Samuel, house 86 Webster avenue 
Conlan Thomas, laborer, house 29 Willow 
r onlan Thomas P., conductor U. R. Co. 
Conlan, see Conlin 
Conley Bartholomew, flagman B. & A. R. 

R., Broadway crossing, boards 139 

Broadway 
Conley Catherine, widow of William, h. 

104 Webster avenue 
Conley Edward, laborer, house 34 Harvard 
Conley James, currier, house 41 Charles 
Conley James, painter, house 10 Hastings 
Conley John F., currier, boards 41 Charles 
Conley John W., plasterer, house 73 Con- 
cord avenue 
Conley Mary, widow, house 10 Hastings 
Conley Patrick, laborer, house 24 Warren 
Conley William, baker, 502 Main, boards 

10 Hastings 
Conley William, teamster, 69 Main, boards 

30 Harvard 
Conlin James A., painter, b. 187 Broadway 
Conlin John H, laborer, house foot Harris 
Conlin Thomas, hostler, h. 423 Cambridge 
Conlon Bridget, house 127 Webster avenue 
Conlon Bridget Mrs., house 16 McCabe 
Conlon John, laborer, house 209 Franklin 
Conlon Patrick, laborer, h. 159 Broadway 
Connaton Edward, painter, 14 Church, h. 

5 Athens 
Connell Ann Miss, house 143 Elm 
Connell Anthony, painter, h. 9 Hancock 



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Connell Anthony jr., brass-finisher, 368 

Main, boards 9 Hancock 
Connell Cornelius, sawyer, 624 Main, h. 

159 Columbia 
Connell James, laborer, h. 249 Franklin 
Connell James J., plumber, h. 192 Green 
Connell John, laborer, h. 1 Shepherds blk. 
Connell John, teamster, 550 Main, house 

253 Franklin 
Connell Michael, bacon carer, foot Win- 

sor, house 4, rear 191 Hampshire 
Connell Patrick, grocer, 207 Franklin, h.do. 
Connell William, mason, h. 204 Franklin 
Connell William, teamster, h. 21 Decitur 
Connell William J., expressman, Lyceum 

building, Harvard sq., b. 249 Franklin 
Connell, see O'Connell 
Connelly Annie, widow, house 47 Banks 
Connelly Bartholomew, laborer, Cam- 
bridge cemetery, house 6 Camden pi. 
Connelly Colman, seaman, bds. 56 Charles 
Connelly John, clerk, 333 Main, bds. do. 
Connelly John, farmer, h. Cushing court 
Connelly John, house 56 Charles ' 
Connelly Maria, widow, h. 2 Sceva place 
Connelly Mary, widow of Bernard, house 

55 River 
Connelly Thomas, carpenter, house 4 Em- 
mons place 
Conner Charles, foreman carpenter shop 

B. & L. R. R., Bridge 
Conner Charles E., machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 7 Winsor 
Conner Charles S., brass finisher, house 1 

Austin place 
Conner C. F., brass finisher, 368 Main 
Conner X. R., brass finisher, 368 Main 
Conner William F., machinist, 368 Main, 

house 7 Winsor 
Connerton Dominick, laborer, house 188 

Hampshire 
Connolly Bernard C, blacksmith, 178 

Xorth avenue, h. 18 Coggswell a v. 
Connor Alonzo J., mason, h. 39 Brattle 
Connor Charles P., salesman (SO Summer, 

B.), house 110 Gore 
Connor Dennis, laborer, house 1 Clay 
Connor James, gardener Hovey & Co., h. 

177 Norfolk ' 
Connor John, laborer, h. 39 Cowperthwaite 
Connor John F., baker, 502 Main 
Connor John H., porter, 36 Quincy, b. do. 
Connor Justin P., grocer, 88 Fifth, house 

123 Winsor 
Connor Mary, widow, house 186 Green 
Connor Michael, laborer, house 6 Jackson 
Connor Patrick, laborer, house 111 Elm 
Connor, see O'Connor 
Connors Bessie Mrs., house 22 School 
Connors Ellen, widow of James, house 15 

Carson 
Connors Ellen Mrs., house 32 Warren 
Connors Hugh, engineer, house rear 36 

Washington 
Connors Mary Miss, house 67 Tine 
Connors Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Jackson 
Connors Peter J., peddler, h. 26 Brewery 



Connors Terrance, foreman Burrage Bros. , 
Broadway, cor. Third, h. 55 Broadway 
Connors Thomas, house 143 Hampshire 
Connors Thomas, driver (B. ) , h. r. 18 Gore 
Connors Wm. J., polisher, 203 Bridge, h. 

203 Cambridge 
Conrick Edward, laborer, h. 79 Hastings 
Conrick Julia, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, house 79 Hastings 
Conrick Thomas J., brass finisher, boards 

79 Hastings 
Conroy C, laborer, house 46 Flagg 
Conroy James, laborer University Press, 

house 36 Charles River 
Conroy James, electrotyper University 

Press, honse 10 Foster 
Conroy James, finisher, 44 Cambridge, h. 

at Charlestown 
Conroy John F., printer University Press, 

house 101 Kinnaird 
Conroy Karen, laborer, h. 101 Kinnaird 
Conroy Patrick, teamster, h. Conroy blk., 

rear 215 Mt. Auburn 

Conroy Patrick John, slater, house rear 

56 Charles [h. do. 

Conroy Thos.. lager beer, 198 Cambridge, 

Conry Michael J., police, station 1, house 

rear 17 Charles River 
Converse Geo. H., clerk (178Congress, B.), 

boards 403 Broadway 
Converse Joseph H., president (47 Equita- 
ble building, 150 Devonshire, B.), h. 
403 Broadway 
Converse Julia, widow, boards S0£ Green 
Conway Catherine, widow of Martin, h. 

13 Water 
Conway Cornelius, tailor, 433 Main, house 

1 Rogers block, Washington 
Conway James,* tailor, 430 Harvard, bds. 

22 Mt. Auburn 
Conway Joseph, machinist, Gordon place, 

boards 10 Florence 
Conway Michael, stone-cutter, boards 112 

Spring 
Conway Patrick, glass maker, b. 13 Water 
Conway Patrick C, clerk, adjt. gen. office 

(State House, B.), house 10 Florence 
Conway Richard, mason, 7 Grant, h. do. 
Conway Wm., grocer, 109 Portland, house 

107 do. 
Coogan James, laborer, h. 70 Hastings 
Coogan John T., sub. letter carrier, 611 

Main, boards 70 Hastings 
Coogan Martin, clerk, 403 Main, boards 70 

Hastings 
Coogan Michael B., clerk (333 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 70 Hastings 
Cook Albert H., bookkeeper (6 Avery, B.), 

boards 59 Third 
Cook Charles, clerk (11 Avon, B.), boards 

59 Gore 
Cook Cyrus L., tinsmith, h. 4 Austin pi. 
Cook Edward H., clerk, 400 Cambridge, 

house 248 Xorth avenue 
Cook Ephraim, house 59 Gore 
Cook Frank G., student H. U , rooms 18 
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Cook Geo. R., boards 125 Austin 

Cook Isaac H., pork dealer (B. ), house 479 

Main 
Cook James, glass worker, h. 8 Third 
Cook Jane Mrs., house rear 18 Brown 
Cook John, carpenter, Rhoades building, 

State, boards Blanche 
Cook John, laborer, house 6 Pioneer pi. 
Cook John T., clerk (17 Union, B.), house 

46 Pine 
Cook Jos., 162 Broadway, b. 1 Hampshire 
Cook Joseph C, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 4 Washington 

COOK JOSIAH W., president Cam- 
bridge Fire Ins. Co., 555 Main, house 

96 Auburn 
Cook J. L., millman, 44 Cambridge, house 

at Charlestown 
Cook Lewis J., organ regulator (1299 

Washington, B.), house 8 Tufts 
Cook Loweil M., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 

471 Main 
Cook Marvin S., manager Wheeler & 

Wilson Mnfg. Co., 643 Main, house 125 

Austin 
Cook Mary C. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, house 84 Austin 
Cook Mary T., widow of Chas. A., house 

114 Auburn 
Cook Micah W., house 62 Wright 
Cook Michael, brass finisher, house rear 

12 Portland 
Cook Sarah L. Mrs., teacher Reed street 

Kindergarten school, h. 248 North av. 
Cook Thomas D., sergeant of police, sta- 
tion 5, house 10 Allen 
Cook Timothy, laborer, h. rear 563 Main 
Cook William, asst. Professor of German, 

H. U., house 25 Appleton 
Cook Wm. M., clerk, Somerville av., cor. 

White, bcls. Cyrus Peaslee's, Richdale 

avenue, near Walden 
Cooke Carrie A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, bcls. 38 Pearl 
Cooke John B., cattle broker, house 1 

Davenport 
Cooke Josiah P. jr., Erving Professor of 

Chemistry and Mineralogy and Direc- 
tor of the Chemical Laboratory, H. U., 

house 25 Quincy [Boston 

Cooke L. Frederick, supt., 169 Gore, h. at 
Cooke, see Cook 

Coolbroth Edward N., joiner, h. 92 Banks 
Cooley Albert L., furniture (40 Lancaster, 

B.), house 91 Magazine 
Cooley Chas. A., furniture (40 Lancaster, 

B. ), house 91 Magazine 
Cooley Edward L., clerk (12 P. O. square, 

B.), boards 91 Magazine 
Cooley George, carpenter, Palmer, boards 

46 Winthrop [boards do. 

Cooley John J., hairdresser, 389 Main, 
Cooley Levi jr., china decorator (Porce- 

'lain place, B.), house 120 Prospect 
Cooley Mary J. Mrs., house 33 Baldwin 
Coolidge Algernon, student H. U., rooms 

10 Holworthy Hall 



Coolidge Chas., printer Riverside Press, 

house 56 Auburn 
Coolidge Chas. A., student H. U., rooms 

I Holyoke, room 5 

Coolidge Chas. E., 559$ Main, b. 48 Pearl 
Coolidge Charles F., clerk Riverside Press, 

house 72 Auburn 
Coolidge Charles H., millinery, etc. (90 

Tremont, B.), house 20 Forest 
Coolidge Daniel S., tube board maker, 162 

Broadway, house 9 River 
Coolidge Edward J., foreman Joseph G. 

Coolidge, boards do. 
Coolidge Flavel, house 48 Trowbridge 
Coolidge George, laborer, b. 181^ Harvard 
Coolidge George H., clerk (92 Tremont, 

B.), house 48 Pearl 
Coolidge Geo. H. jr., cooper, b. 48 Pearl 
Coolidge Harry P., student H. U., rooms 

12 Felton building 
Coolidge John, carpenter, h. 14 Myrtle pi. 
Coolidge John F., express, 195 Broadway, 

and (26 Devonshire, B.), house 3 

Columbia 
Coolidge John G., student H. U., rooms 

II Holyoke House 

Coolidge Jos. A., student H. U., boards 

Joseph G. Coolidge' s 
Coolidge Joseph G., farmer and florist, 

Coolidge av., near Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Coolidge Joseph R., student H. U., rooms 

48 Matthews Hall 
Coolidge Louis A., student H. U., rooms 

19 Stoughton Hall [13 Walden 

Coolidge Mary A., widow of Charles, h. 
Coolidge Sumner, student H. U., rooms 

19 College House 
Coolidge Susan B., widow of Henry W., 

house 12 Bow 
Coolidge Susan G. Mrs., house 758 Main 
Coolidge Thos. J., student H. U., rooms 

18 Little's block 

Coolidge Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 

19 Stoughton Hall 

Coombs Burton, carpenter, h. 95 Gore 
Coombs Ellen, widow of Alexander, house 

10 Rogers block, Main 
Coomey Patrick, laborer, 1 ouse 145 Main 
Coon John S., mechanical engineer, 608 

Main, boards 127 Magazine 
Cooney D. H, driver U. R. Co. 
Cooney Edward J., cabinet maker, house 
26 Banks [Charles River 

Cooney Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 34 
Cooney Michael, laborer, house 13 Carson 
Cooper Almond F., treasurer The Cooper 
Elastic Steel Wheel Co., 21 Hamp- 
shire, house 74 Ellery 
Cooper Bridget, wid.of John, h. 62 Harvard 
Cooper Caroline L. F., widow, h. 84 Green 
Cooper Charles, laborer, boards 68 Web- 
ster avenue 
Cooper Charles H., plumber, boards F. 

W. Legg's, foot Pearl 
Cooper David, compositor, b. 13 Hamilton 
Cooper Henry, machinist, b. 62 Harvard 
Cooper James, carpenter, h. 3 Jefferson 



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Cooper James W., foreman oil refiners, 

168 Gore, house 186 do. 
Cooper John, blacksmith, 232 North av., 

house at Somerville 
Cooper John, cooper, boards 62 Harvard 
Cooper John, clerk (47 Commercial, B. ), 

house rear 144 Thorndike 
Cooper John J., printer, 17 Brighton, h. 

20 Decatur 
Cooper Margaret Mrs., h. r. 137 Portland 
Cooper Mnry, widow of David, house 13 

Hamilton 
Cooper William, boiler maker, 72 Main 
Cooper William, house 46 River 
Cooter Wm. P., coppersmith (63 Pitts, 

B. ), house 112 Gore 
Copeland Carolinener M., widow of Geo. 

A., house 41 Garden 
Copeland Charles T., student H. U., 

rooms 31 Gray's Hall 
Copeland Danforth S., boards 125 Spring 
Copeland Edwin W., at University Press, 

boards 41 Garden 
Copeland Francis, clerk (465 Washington, 

B.), boards 25 Sacramento 
Copeland Frederic K., boards 18 Garden 
Copeland George H., captain, station 2, 

house 12 Winsor 
Copeland Henry F., driver J. C. Stiles, 

boards 125 Spring [Fifth 

Copeland John C, teamster, house 54 
Copeland Robert M. Mrs., h. 18 Garden 
Copeland Seth, confectioner (4 Tremont, 

row, B.), house 125 Spring 
Copithorne John, carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

repair shop, house at Somerville 
Copithorne John (Francis O. Henley and 

John Copithorne), horse shoer, 496 

Main, boards 40 Union 
Copithorne Matthew Mrs., h. 40 Union 
Copithorne Richard M., bookbinder, h. 

107 Hampshire [115 Winsor 

Copithorne William, bookbinder, house 
Copp John C, bookbinder, 105 Magazine, 

boards 85 Auburn 
Copp, see Kopp 
Coppenrath Fred E., upholsterer (B.), 

boards 24 Eighth 
Coppenrath Jacobus H., finisher (577 

Washington, B.), house 24 Eighth 
Corbellis James F., grocer, 84 Third, h. do. 
Corbett Augustus O., lodging house, 13 

Kirkland place 
Corbett Daniel, foremau of coopers, 168 

Gore, house 12 Squire's court 
Corbett David, printer University Press, 

boards 29 Holyoke 
Corbett Geo. W., horse shoer. rear Porter's 

Hotel, 185 North avenue, house 44 

Coggswell av. [44 Coggswell av. 

Corbett George W. jr., horse shoer, bds. 
Corbett James, blacksmith, rooms 106 

Cambridge 
Corbett John, foreman of yard, 113 Broad- 
way, house 108 Washington 
Corbett John, shade painter Brown, 

Murphy & Thorndike, h. 21 Decatur 



Corbett Michael, gate tender B. & L. R. 

R., house 36 Second [Ellery 

Corbett Robert R., hairdresser, house 32 
Corbett Solomon, carpenter, boards 41 

Franklin 
Corbett Walter B., boards 43 Blackstoue 
Corbett Wm. J., wood carver, boards 12 

Squire's court [Franklin 

Corcoran Daniel, hostler U. R. Co., h. 204 
Corcoran Daniel, boards 104 Third 
Corcoran Dennis, police, station 3, house 

159 Thorndike 
Corcoran Frank, stereotype finisher Uni- 
versity Press, boards 18 Dunster 
Corcoran James E., brushmaker, house 

110 Spring [Corcoran's, Bennet 

Corcoran James E., baker, boards John 
Corcoran Jeremiah, baker, 29 Banks,h.do. 
Corcoran John, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 107 Putnam avenue 
Corcoran John, blacksmith, house end 

Bennet 
Corcoran John, house 159 Thorndike 
Corcoran John, brass filer, 368 Main, 

house rear 67 Charles 
Corcoran John, laborer, bds. 18 Dunster 
Corcoran John H., clerk, 609 Main, boards 

107 Putnam avenue 
Corcoran John J., clerk, 29 Brattle, bds. 

John Corcoran's, Bennet 
Corcoran Joseph, boards 206 Franklin 
Corcoran Julia, widow, house 47 Banks 
Corcoran Mary, widow, h. 20G Franklin 
Corcoran Maurice F., lithographer (181 

Devonshire, B.), h. 10 Somerset 
Corcoran Michael, foreman press room 

University Press, house 36 Hudson 
Corcoran Michael, laborer, 368 Main, house 

7 Rogers block, Main 
Corcoran Michael J., glassmaker Union 

Glass Co., house 128 Webster avenue 
Corcoran Patrick, assistant janitor Court 

House, house Charles, east of Third 
Corcoran Patrick, cooper, house 116 Web- 
ster avenue 
Corcoran P., watchman U. R. Co. 
Corcoran Patrick J., coachman, 149 Mag- 
azine, house 10 Somerset 
Corcoran Thomas J., bartender (B.), rms. 

rear 67 Charles 
Corcoran Thomas Patrick, laborer, house 

45 Cedar [38 Winthrop 

Corcoran Timothy, police, station 1, h. 
Corcoran Timothy, shoemaker, h. 23 Bay 
Corcoran Wm., laborer, h. 410 Cambridge 
Cordeiro Frederic J. B., student H. U., 

rooms 18 Hollis Hall 
Corea Joseph, painter, 460 Main, house 24 

Front 
Corea Joseph C, painter, bds. 24 Front 
Corkery Dennis, laborer, house 5 Carson 
Corkery Dennis, teamster, 166River,house 

3 Somerset 
Corkery Dennis F., machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 3 Somerset 
Corkery Honora, wid. of Matthew, house 

Somerville avenue, n. Porters station 



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Oorkery Mary M., wid. of Michael, house 

134 Webster avenue 
Corkery Matthew, drain builder, 11 Wal- 
nut court, house do. 
Corkery Michael, laborer, h. 19 Carson 
Corkery Patrick, hostler, 149 Magazine, 

house 20 Somerset 
Corkery Wm., laborer, 368 Main 
Corkhill Edward, porter (32 Commerce, 

B.), house 4 Chestnut Park 
Corkum Geo. R., carpenter, h. 28 Union 
Corlen Charles, seaman, house 18 Mill 
Corlew Mary J. Miss, dressmaker, house 
' 21 William [21 William 

Corlew Susan W., widow of Joseph E., h. 
Corliss John S., printer, h. 19 Jefferson 
Corliss J., teamster, bds. 1 Hampshire 
Corman John, rag gatherer, house Clift- 

ton, near Harvey 
Cormier Arthur, teamster, 169 Gore,house 

105 Spring [Mason 

Cornelius Lydia F., wid. of Elias, house 6 
Cornell John, teamster, College wharf, h. 

1 Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Corner James W., laborer, bds. 10 Elmer 
Corner Wm., laborer, house 10 Elmer 
Cornen Manuel, laborer, h. 128 Bridge 
Corrigan Thomas, hack driver, house 34 

Harvard 
Corrigan William T., fancy goods, 417 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Corrow Joseph, laborer, house 117 Spruce 
Corrow Joseph jr., laborer, h. 95 Spruce 
Corson Herbert F., teamster, h. Squire's 

brick block, Gore 
Corthell David, waiter Memorial Hall,rms. 

2£ Holmes place 
Cosgriff James H., molder, 624 Main, bds. 

462 Main 
Cosgrove Andrew, laborer, h. 120 Fourth 
Cosgrove James, stone-cutter, 19 Main, 

house 7 Conlon court 
Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, h. 20 Donnell 
Cosgrove Thomas F., grocer, 79 Concord 

avenue, house do. 
Cosgrove Timothy, cabinetmaker, 346 

Main, boards 20 Donnell 
Cossette Joseph; currier, house 5 Clay 
Cossette Philip, currier, house 52 Spruce 
Costeller Mary, widow of Edward, house 

18 Tuttle 
Costello Ann, widow, house 24 Hancock 
Costello Edward, gardener, h. 178 Franklin 
Costello Eliza J. Miss, millinery, 117 Gore, 

boards do. [Harvard 

Costello James, iron molder, house 87 
Costello John, laborer, house 88 Fifth 
Costello John, soap maker, 188 Broadway, 

h. Ill Elm [perthwaite 

Costello John, laborer, house 39 Cow- 
Costello John F., clerk (35 Exchange, B.j, 

boards 117 Gore 
Costello John J., plumber, 17 Brattle, 

boards 18 Tuttle 
Costello Michael, engineer, h. 117 Gore 
Costello Richard, gas-man, h. 19 Flagg 
Costello Thos., grocer, 252 Franklin, h.do. 



Coston Frederick, carpenter, house 59 

Plymouth 
Cote Julien, laborer, h. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Cote Louis, brickmaker, bds. 106 Spruce 
Cotter Bartholomew, laborer, h. 4 Vine 
Cotter Edward, switch tender B. & L. R. 

R., boards rear 83 Bridge 
Cotter Edward J., pressman (Fayette ct., 

B.). house 130 Brookline 
Cotter Elizabeth M. Miss, h. 10 Oxford 
Cotter Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 29 

Cowperthwaite [Baldwin 

Cotter John, laborer U. R. Co., house 35 
Cotter Margaret, widow of Joseph, house 

1 Linehau block, Third 
Cotter Morris, gate- tender B. & L. R. R., 

house rear 83 Bridge 
Cotter Peter, watchman B. & L. R. R., h. 

7 East [b. 35 Baldwin 

Cotter Richard, car conductor U. R. Co., 
Cotter Thomas, laborer, bds. 127£ Bridge 
Cotting Edward P. Mrs., h. 12 Norfolk 
Cotting Henrietta, widow, b. 12 Norfolk 
Cottle A., machinist, 72 Main 
Cotton Charlotte H. Miss, h. 80£ Green 
Cotton H. Norman, supt.( 111 Devonshire, 

B.), house 23 Clinton 
Cotton J. Warren, water registrar, office 

City Hall, house 52 Magazine 
Cotton Susan G., wid. of Solomon, house 

27 Shepard 
Cottrell Simon G., apothecary, 288 Broad- 
way, house 84 Inman 
Couch John (Denyven & Couch), furni- 
ture mnfr., 346 Main, house 52 Pine 
Couch John R., carver, 346 Main, house 

648 do. 
Coughlan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 44 North 
Coughlan John, laborer, h. Locust, near 

Cushing [Murdock 

Coughlin David, city laborer, h. 1 
Coughlin David, sawyer, h. 107 Hampshire 
Coughlin Dennis, laborer, h. 192 Bridge 
Coughlin Jeremiah, laborer, b. 24 Dunster 
Coughlin John, laborer, house 43 Reed 
Coughlin John, laborer, h. 17 Warren 
Coughlin John, laborer, house 87 Harvard 
Coughlin Michael, laborer, h. 48 Winter 
Coughlin Patrick, cooper, 502 Main, h. 

337 Cambridge 
Coughlin Timothy, grocer, 16 Webster av., 

house do. 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, h. 15 Brewery 
Coulter Francis J., teamster, 69 Main, h. 

3 Deacon 
Coulter James, molder, Pelham,b. 175 Main 
Coulter John, shipping clerk, 69 Main, 

house 169 Otis 
Counihan Edward A., clerk (33 Summer, 

B.), boards 83 Charles 
Counihan John, stone-cutter, h. 83 Charles 
Couquard Ormond E., h. 56 Webster av. 
Coursey Mary, wid. of Thos., h. 22 Decatur 
Coursey Mary E. Miss, teacher St. Mary's 

parochial school, boards 22 Decatur 
Coursey Thomas, cabinet maker, 348 

Main, boards 22 Decatur 



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Courtney Daniel, laborer, b. 17 Seventh 
Courtney David, machinist (91 Lincoln, 
13.), boards 17 Seventh 

Courtney Thomas, laborer, h. 17 Seventh 

Courtney Tbos. jr., teamster, 28 Cam- 
bridge, boards 17 Seventh 

Courtney Won. J., brush maker, house 
174 Cambridge 

Cousens Catherine H. Miss, variety store, 
78 Norfolk, boards 64 Antrim 

Coveney Daniel F., machinist, b. 68 Spring 

Coveney Hannah Mrs., h. 2 Linehan blk., 
Third 

Coveney Harry, oil-clothes maker H. M. 
Sawyer, boards Norfolk 

Coveney Jeremiah, watchman B. & M. R. 
E., house rear 83 Bridge 

Coveney Jeremiah W., auctioneer, real 
estate and insurance agent, 78 Cam- 
bridge, house 44 Second 

Coveney John, laborer, house 3 Porter 

Coveney John, switchman B. & L. R. R., 
house 8 Cambridge 

Coveney John W., undertaker, 193| Cam- 
bridge, house 193 do. 

Coveney Joseph, carver F. Geldowsky 
Furniture Co., house 179 Cambridge 

Coveney Margaret, wid. of Wm.,h. 3 Short 

Coveney Michael, laborer, house 377 
Cambridge 

Coveney Robert, milkman, b. 83 Bridge 

Coveney William, oil clothes maker,house 
164 Norfolk [Market 

Cowan Bernard, building mover, house 16 

Cowan Dennis, rope maker, Montgomery, 
house Belmont, near do. 

Cowan Frank, overseer U. R. Co.. stable, 
Brighton ]bds. 16 Market 

Cowan Henry T., provisions, 157 Harvard, 

Cowan Thomas, building mover, 61 Plym- 
outh, house do. 

Cowdin Angeline B., widow of Levi F., 
house 28 Holyoke 

Cowdin Frederic A., drug clerk (23 Union, 
B.), boards 28 Holyoke 

Cowdin Putnam F., boards 28 Holyoke 

Cowdin Sarah A., widow of Robert, house 

15 Sacramento 

Cowee Frank, boots and shoes, 565 Main, 

boards 108 Washington 
Cowen Robert, supt. Boston Woven Hose 

Co., 74 Portland, h. 180 Broadway 
Cowen Thomas, mason, bds. 84 Harvard 
Cowgill Thomas W., student H. U., rooms 

62 College House 
Cowper Frederick C, student Episcopal 

Theological Seminary, Brattle, rooms 

16 Lawrence building 

Cox Alex., driver U. R. Co., house Hol- 
worthy, near Belmont 

Cox Annie L. Mrs., house 2 Mt. Pleasant 

Cox Charles A., painter, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, house 1 Gordon place 

Cox Charles P., pattern maker (38 Char- 
don, B.), house 31 Blackstone 

Cox Elizabeth, widow of John, house 4 
Potter 



Cox Francis, machinist, house r. 23 Gore 
Cox Francis A., inspector U. R. Co., 

house 102 Green 
Cox Frank, laborer, house 401 Cambridge 
Cox Geo., printer, 531 Main, h. 143 Col- 
umbia [99 Hampshire 
Cox George A., compositor (B.), boards 
Cox Hannah E., widow of Henry S., h. 32 

Magazine 
Cox Henry, porter (192 Congress, B.), 

boards 110 Winsor 
Cox Henry J., student H. U., rooms 10 
College House 

COX JAMES, publisher Cambridge 
Press, 531 Main, house 99 Hampshire 
Cox James, house 110 Winsor 
Cox James H., printer, 531 Main, house 

32 Amory 
Cox James P., laborer, boards 4 Potter 
Cox Owen, gasman, house 13 Banks 
Cox Roger, inspector Cambridge Gas Co., 

424 Harvard, house 19 Foster 
Cox Thos. H., carpenter, h. 140 Columbia 
Cox Thomas R., compositor, 531 Main, 

boards 99 Hampshire 
Cox Walter, conductor U. R. Co., house 

at Somerville 
Cox Walter H. (B.), house 1184. Auburn 
Cox Win, laborer, house 112 Hampshire 
Cox Wm., bookbinder Riverside Press, 

house at Mt Auburn 
Cox Wm., carpenter U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house at Water town 
Cox Wm. F., printer, 531 Main, house 95 

Pearl 
Coy Charles, machinist, house 51 Wright 
Coy George H., engineer, h. 28 Seventh 
Coye E. Everett, bookkeeper (186 State, 

BJ, boards 20 Wendell 
Coye Wm. J., furrier (130 Milk, B.), house 

20 Wendell 
Coyle Catherine, widow of Patrick, bds, 

rear 125 Third 
Coyle Frank, laborer, house 12 Harding 
Coyle James, teamster (126 Atlantic av., 

B.), house 317 Cambridge 
Coyle Margaret, widow of James, house 

rear 125 Third 
Coyle Terrence, laborer, house 85 Bolton 
Crabbie Robert, brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Crabbie Robert D., brass -finisher, 368 

Main, house 135 Pearl 
Craft Ernestine, widow of Ferdinand, h. 

60i Cambridge 

Crafts Arthur C, tinman, 163 Pleasant, 

boards 24 Prince [Cherry 

Crafts Charles G., advertising agent, h. 34 

Crafts Mary E., widow of George W., h. 

7 Lambert avenue 
Cragin George E., plumber, 187 Cam- 
bridge, boards 11 Jefferson 
Cragin John P., waiter, h. 11 Jefferson 
Craig James, carpenter, house 254 Pearl 
Craig Robert, horse dealer, house 14 Wal- 
nut court 
Craig Robert jr., japanner ( Hebron ville), 
boards 14 Walnut court 



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Craig William J., printer, 1 Dunster, bds. 

Holworthy, Belmont 
Craig Wm. L., engineer American Rnbber 

Mill, h. 2 Burrage block, Bristol 
Cram Charles N.,action-maker,113 Broad- 
way, house 16 Pleasant place 
Cram Geo. W., surveyor general of lum- 
ber (23 Central, B. ), h. 83 Prospect 
Cranch Caroline A. Miss, artist, boards 27 

Ellery 
Cranch Christopher P., artist, h. 27 Ellery 
Crandall Edwin A., at Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house 183 Cambridge 
Crane Daniel, laborer, b. 48 Fairmont av. 
Crane Frank H., clerk, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 21 Magazine 
Crane Thomas H., liquors, 128 Brookline, 

boards 48 Fairmont 
Craney Henry, laborer, h. 17 Valentine 
Crapo Henry H., student H. U., rooms 1 

Holyoke 
Cratchet George, laborer, 368 Main 
Crawford Charles, laborer, house Cam- 
den place [Camden pi. 
Crawford Charles jr., bookbinder, bds. 9 
Crawford Elizabeth, widow, house 50 

Portland [College House 

Crawford Fred. E., student H. U., rms. 11 
Crawford Henry jr., student H. U., rooms 

4(57 Broadway 
Crawford John (Levi Hawkes & Co.). 

plumber, 599^ Main and (50 Howard, 

B.), house 96 Allston 
Crawford William H., student H. U., rms. 

12 College House 
Cray Manuel, laborer, house 12S Bridge 
Crean Peter, fruit-peddler, bds. 22 Union 
Creed Joseph, brass-molder O. C. R. R., 

house 132 Spring 
Creedon Catherine, widow of Wm., house 

3 Hannum's blk., rear 114 Broadway 
Creedon James, laborer, h. rear 161 Otis 
Creelman Henry, laborer,h. 419 Cambridge 
Creelman Robert, carpenter, boards 419 

Cambridge 
Creelman Wm., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 14 Laurel 
Creesy Frank L., student H. U., rooms 

23 Thayer Hall 
Crehore Frederick M., student H. U.,rms. 

3S Weld Hall [Beck Hall 

Crehore Morton S., student H. U., rms. 43 
Creighton Frank, laborer, bds. P. Swift's, 

Winsor, corner Harvard 
Creighton Mary, widow of Thomas, house 

rear 68 Gore 
Cribby John, teamster, bds. 9 Camden pi. 
Crimmings Julia F., grocer, 18 School, 

house do. [r. 162 Franklin 

Crimmins Catherine, widow of John, h. 
Crimmius Daniel, cooper, bds. 131 Spring 
Crimmins John, machinist, h. 131 Spring 
Crimp E. J. Mrs., millinery, 28 William, 

house do. [court 

Critchelow Melisha, widow, h. 1 Norfolk 
Croak Michael, stone-cutter, 29 Main, h. 

9 Vine 



Croake James,laborer,house 104 Kinnaird 
Crocker Elvira K., widow of Phineas A., 

house 273 North avenue 
Crocker George U., student H. XL, rooms 

45 Weld Hall 
Crocker Geo. W., proof-reader (34 School, 

B.), house 95 Inman 
Crocker Grace D. Miss, music-teacher, h. 

2 William [h. 38 Erie 
Crocker John C., die-maker, 163 Pleasant, 
Crocker John D. (J. W. Crocker & Son), 

plasterer, 548 Main, bds. 2 William 
Crocker John S., machinist, b. 5 Bristol 
Crocker John W. (J. W. Crocker & Son), 

plasterer, 548 Main, house 2 William 
Crocker J. W. & Son (John W. and John 

D. Crocker), plasterers, etc., 548 Main 
Crocker Nehemiah D., watchman, 162 

Broadway, house 247 Putnam avenue 
Crocker Wm. B., baker, 502 Main, boards 

10 Green 
Crocker Wm. H., baker, 502 Main, house 

10 Green [Harvard 

Crocker William T., student H. U., b. 351 
Crocker Winnifred, widow of Charles, h. 

5 Bristol [b. 36 Third 

Crockett George, fireman B. & L. R. R., 
Crockett John F., master mechanic B. & 

L. R. R., house at Wilmington 
Crockett Montgomery A., student H. IL, 

rooms 50 Weld Hall 
Cronan Daniel, laborer, h. 220 Franklin 
Cronan John, iron-worker, h. 12 Antrim 
Cronan John, safe-maker, 17 Main, house 

at Boston 
Cronan J. J., apprentice B. & L. R. R. shop 
Cronan Mary A., widow of Michael, house 

99 Western avenue 
Cronan Timothy A., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 109 Spring 
Cronin Catherine, widow of Daniel,house 

3 Lechmere place [Sparks 
Cronin Dennis, laborer, h. Foster, near 
Cronin Ellen, widow of Philip, boards 371 

North avenue 
Cronin James, laborer, 368 Main 
Cronin Jeremiah, boarding-house, 365 

Main 
Cronin John, currier, house 3 Baldwin ct 
Cronin John M., laborer, 21 Hampshire* 

house 9 Walnut court 
Cronin John P., engineer F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Cronin Patrick, laborer, h. 210 Franklin 
Cronin Patrick, laborer, h. 267 Cambridge 
Cronin Timothy, stone-cutter, h. 39 Banks 
Cronin Timothy, currier, b. 3 Baldwin ct. 
Cronin Timothy F. Mrs., house 23 West 
Cronin, see Cronan 
Crook George F., compositor University 

Press, house 11 Remington 
Crook Michael, stone-cutter, h. 9 Vine 
Crosby Austin R., salesman (Beverly, cor- 
ner Travers, B.), house 281 Pearl 
Crosby Eliza A. Mrs., h. 21 Sacramento 
Crosby Frederick, produce (57 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.), house 128 Oxford 



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♦ Crosby George E., 139 Broadway, house 

at West Medford 
Crosby John, laborer, 624 Main, boards 

243 Franklin 
Crosby Michael, laborer U. R. Co., house 

243 Franklin 
Crosby Patrick, laborer, bds. 168 Dublin 
Crosby Peter, brush-maker, 12 Gore, bds. 

at Boston [Franklin 

Crosby Richard, laborer, house rear 243 
Crosby Sylvester S., watchmaker (421 

Washington, B.), h. 21 Sacramento 
Croscombe Morley G., apothecary, 96 

Pleasant, house 94 do. 
Crosman John D., regulator, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Milton [h. do. 
Cross Carleton, coal and wood, 29 Gore, 
Cross Daniel W., pressman (B. ), b. 4 Pine 
Cross Edwin D., clerk (92| Blackstone, 

B.), house 28 Wiuter 
Cross E. Moses, coal and wood, b. r. 96 Otis 
Cross George F., action-maker, b. 4 Pine 
Cross Henry S., coal and wood, b. 96 Otis 
Cross Joseph, house 63 Pleasant 
Cross Margaret, widow of Daniel W., 

house 4 Pine 
Cross Nancy H., widow of Timothy, house 

96 Magazine [Pine 

Cross Robert J., bookbinder (B.), boards 4 
Grossman Ann M. , widow of George, 

house rear 27 Webster avenue 
Crossman Charles T., machinist, 356 Main, 

boards 28 Jay [28 Jay 

Crossman Edward L., machine broker, h. 
Crossman Frederick D., clerk, bds. 28 Jay 
Crossman George E., printer, house 60 

Webster avenue 
Crossman Nancy, wid. of Lloyd, h. 28 Jay 
Crossman William W., printer, boards 

rear 27 Webster avenue 
Croswell Simon G., lawyer (53 Devonshire, 

room 11, B.), house 19 Ash 
Croswell William, bookkeeper (77 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 14 Shepard 
Crothers Andrew L., clerk, 3 Inman sq., 

boards 106 Inman 
Crothers Charles E., salesman, 208 Cam- 
bridge, house 22 Fifth 
Crothers David C, upholsterer (21 Charles, 

B. ), house rear 85 Vine 
Crothers Wm. J., tin peddler, h. 87 Vine 
Crothers William J. jr., conductor TJ. R. 

Co., boards 78 Spring 
Crow Joanna, widow of William, house 

125 Dublin 
Crowe Joseph, saw-filer, house 29 Cherry 
Crowell Arthur K., bookkeeper, 113 

Broadway, boards 17£ Austin 
Crowell Carleton, boards 39 Ash 
Crowell Charles, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Crowell Frank, machinist, 36S Main 
Crowell Harrison N. (132 State, B.), house 

46 Pearl [b. 39 Ash 

Crowell Herbert E., clerk (4 Summer, B.), 
Crowell Thomas Henry, machinist (81 

High, B.), boards 39 Ash 



Crowell Thomas Howes, foreman Cam- 
bridge Gas Co., 424 Harvard, h. 39 Ash 
Crowell Timothy, lumber (120 State, B.), 

house 34 Prospect [bridge 

Crowley Charles, slversmith, h. 327 Cam- 
Crowley Charles H, teamster, boards rear 

75 Cambridge 
Crowley Cornelius, switchman B. & L. R. 

R., house 46 Winter 
Crowley Daniel, glass-blower, b. 214 Bridge 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Murdock 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, house 24 Porter 
Crowley David, road-hand B. <& L. R. R., 

house 8 Short 
Crowley David, teamster, 71 Main, house 

4 Hannum's block, rear 114 Broadway 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, house 58 North 
Crowley Dennis J., printer University 

Press, house 2 South 
Crowley Ellen Miss, house rear 51 Gore 
Crowley Florence, laborer, house 25 Gore 
Crowley Florence A., teamster, boards 58 

Charles [58 Charles 

Crowley James J., messenger (B. ), boards 
Crowley Jeremiah, shoemaker, house 233 

Franklin [n. Belmont 

Crowley .Jeremiah, laborer, h. Jackson, 
Crowley Johanna, widow of James, house 

58 Charles 
Crowley John, planer, 162 Broadway, 

house 98 Vine, corner Sixth 
Crowley John J., teamster (B.), house 148 

Third 
Crowley John J., laborer, house 93 Third 
Crowley Kearan F., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 153 Pearl 
Crowley Margaret, widow, house 7 Grant 
Crowley Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 

214 Bridge 
Crowley Mary, widow of John, h. 34 North 
Crowley Michael, wheelwright (E. B. ), 

house 130 Pleasant [do. 

Crowley Patrick, gardener, 10 Linden, b. 
Crowley Timothy, teamster, 84 Bridge, 

house 27 Gore 
Crowley William A., printer University 

Press, boards 2 South 
Crowson Frank, horse shoer, 498 Main, 

boards 18 Blanche 
Crozet Christopher, printer, 4 Cambridge, 

house at Boston 
Cruikshank George, roller, 126 Portland, 

boards 56 Webster avenue 
Crump William H., clerk, 502 Main, house 

61 Market 
Cuddhy Annie S. Miss, dressmaker, 82 

Spring, house do. 
Cuddy James, boards 157 Columbia 
Cuddy John, liquors, 157 Columbia, h. do. 
Cuddy Thos., carpenter, b. 157 Columbia 
Culhan Edward, spring bed maker, 386 

Main, house 390 do. "[Norfolk 

Culhane Bridget, wid. of Thomas, h. 169 
Culhane Daniel, laborer, h. 9 Willard ct. 
Culhane Edward J., hostler U. R. Co., 

Dunster, boards 9 Willard court 
Culhane James, laborer, house 34 Banks 



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Culhane John, laborer, h. 105 Kinnaird 

Culhane John, gasman, house 18 Flagg 

Culhane John W., sawyer, 624 Main, bds. 
169 Norfolk 

Culhane Michael, laborer, house 49 Flagg 

Culhane Michael, laborer, house 19 Bay 

Culhane Patrick, foreman Gas Works, 
Third, house 19 Flagg 

Culhane Richard T., clerk, b. 9 Willard ct. 

Cullen Bridget Mrs., liquors, 321 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [59 Spring 

Cullen Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. 

Cullen John, showman, house 59 Spring 

Culliton Barney, cooper, house 21 Willow 

Culliton James, barrel dealer, 21 Willow, 
house do. 

Cumming Robert, student H. U., rooms 
48 Thayer Hall 

Cummings Charles, printer University 
Press, boards 26 Holyoke 

Cummings Charles Franklin, clerk (451 
Washington, B.), boards 2 Oak 

Cummings Charles H., flour (26 Com- 
merce, B.), house 714 Main 

Cummings Charles P., printer Riverside 
Press, house 154 Green 

Cummings Daniel P. (Chaffee & Cum- 
mings), charcoal, Bridge, junc. Cam- 
bridge, house 82 Otis 

Cummings Edward, student H. U., rooms 
67 College House 

Cummings Edwin, furniture finisher, h. 
45 Cambridge [Irving 

Cummings Harriet E. Mrs., nurse, bds. 19 

Cummings Hobert W., pressman, boards 
45 Cambridge 

Cummings James, teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 93 Brookline 

Cummings James H., baggage-master (E. 
R. R., East Somerville), bds. 2 Oak 

Cummings James M., house 2 Oak 

Cummings John, laborer Cambridge Wa- 
ter Works, house 32 Auburn 

Cummings Joseph Rev., pastor Cam- 
bridgeport First M. E. Society, house 
82 Prospect 

f!U3IMINGS, KENNEY & CO. 

\J (Nathaniel Cummings, John Kenney 
and Robert W. McXinch), lumber, 
Bridge, opp. Prison Point road, and 
(17 Wareham,B.) 

Cummings Nathaniel (Cummings, Kenney 
& Co.), lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison 
Point road, house at Boston 

Cummings Richard, compositor Riverside 
Press, boards 154 Green 

Cummings Theron J., intelligence office 
(I Cambridge, B.), h. 37 Trowbridge 

Cummings Thomas, marble cutter (B.), 
house 44 Bolton [34 Fifth 

Cummings William H., pressman (B.), h. 

Cummins Henry, clerk, 452 Harvard, bds. 
5 Linden 

Cummins J. T., teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, h. Essex, near Austin 
Cummins Thos. K., student H. U., rooms 
32 Beck Hall 



Cummiskey Michael, boots and shoes (58 . 
Merrimac, B.), house 178 Cambridge 

CUNIO ANTHONY, dining-room 
(19 School, B.), house 16 Pleasant 
Cunio Jos., brass finisher, h. 209 Franklin 
Cunniff Daniel, teamster, bds. 54 Ellery 
Cunniff John, stone-mason, h. 145 Elm 
Cunningham Dennis F., model artist, 624 

Main, boards 145 Franklin 
Cunningham Ellen, widow of James, h. 

145 Franklin [Hastings 

Cunningham Frank, laborer, house 72 
Cunningham George, printer University 

Press, house at Somerville 
Cunningham Henry W., student H. U., 

rooms 9 Holworthy Hall 
Cunningham Jas., baker, 215 Cambridge, 

boards 213 do. 
Cunningham James, laborer, h. 89 Fifth 
Cunningham James, wood turner, house 

45 Union 
Cunningham Jeremiah, iron molder, 368 

Main, house 9 Rogers block, Main 
Cunningham John, laborer, h. 32 Harvard 
Cunningham John, uj)holsterer, boards 

rear 75 Cambridge [145 Franklin 

Cunningham John A., pressman (B.), bds. 
Cunningham John J., grocer, 187 Cam- 
bridge, house 189 do. [Union 
Cunningham Mary, widow of Wm., h. 41 
Cunningham Moses, laborer, bds. Francis 

S. No well's, Chestnut [Tuttle 

Cunningham Patrick, laborer, h. rear 18 
Cunningham Philip, laborer, h. r. 53 Yine 
Cunningham Philip A., stone-cutter, 19 

Main, house at Boston 
Cunningham T., boiler maker, 72 Main 
Cunningham Thomas E., physician, 518 

Main, house do. [Harvard square 

Cunningham Walter, driver U. R. Co., 3 
Cunningham Wm. De L., student H. U. , 

rooms 7 Beck Hall 
Cunningham William J., mill hand, 624 

Main, boards 145 Franklin 
Curley John, pressman Riverside Press, 

boards 189 Franklin 
Curley Martin, laborer, bds. 22 Donnell 
Curley Michael J., cigar maker, 513 Main, 

boards 21 Front 
Curley Patrick J., teamster, h. 22 Donnell 
Curley William, blacksmith, h. McDonald 
Curley, see Kirley [Eliot 

Curran Catherine, widow of Philip, h. 11 
Curran Cornelius, laborer, h. 39 Hunting 
Curran James II., boards 11 Eliot 
Curran' John F., pressman University 

Press, house 16 Mt. Auburn 
Curran Joseph, box maker W. H. H. & 

Co., house 171 Thorndike [Carson 
Curran Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 9 
Curran Martin, clerk (126 Court, B.), h. 

28 Coggswell av. [Hunting 

Curran Michael, grease collector, house 39 
Curran Peter, carpenter, h. 4 Pioneer av. 
Curran Peter, cooper, house 17 McCabe 
Currell Willis J., clerk (49 Purchase, B.), 

boards 14 Berkshire place 



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Currie Abrara T., carpenter, house 18 

Trowbridge 
Currier Arthur T., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 105 Columbia 
Currier George, organmaker (531 Tre- 

mont, B.), house 1 Green 
Carrier Wm. E., clerk (P. O., B.), boards 

74 Pearl 
Currier Wm. P., house 74 Pearl 
Curry Edward, laborer, boards Michael 

Kelly's, dishing 
Curry Francis, harnessmaker, 2 Cam- 
bridge, boards 136 Bridge 
Curry J as., harnessmaker, 2 Cambridge, 

house 136 Bridge 
Curry Lemuel A., law student H. U., 

rooms 10 Frisbie place 
Curry Michael F., bartender, boards rear 

122 Broadway 
Curry Wm., blacksmith A. McDonald,Mt. 

Auburn, house McDonald 
Curry W. J., clerk Mt. Auburn cemetery, 

rooms DeWolf [Locust 

Curtin Cornelius, laborer, h. Cushing. n. 
Curtin Edward, teamster, 81 Bridge,house 

5 Linehan block, Third 
Curtin Jas., laborer, h. 5 Dinsmore court 
Curtin James, laborer, h. 8 Cambridge 
Curtin John H., laborer, h. 195 Spruce 
Curtin Patrick, hostler Prospect House 

stable, boards do. [Lawn 

Curtin Patrick, laborer, h. Cushing, cor. 
Curtin Patrick, machinist, house Webster 

avenue, junction Hampshire 
Curtin Thomas, laborer, h. 5 Winter 
Curtin Thomas C, laborer, bds. 75 Spruce 
Curtin Wm., laborer, house 75 Spruce 
Curtin William, at 54 Bridge 
Curtis Albert W., mason, basement 216 

North avenue, house Avon hill street 
Curtin Allen, student H. U., rms. 54 Mat- 
thews Hall [h. 437£ do. 
Curtis Asbury C, grocer, 437 Cambridge, 
Curtis Benj. P., hostler, 180 Main, house 

247 Broadway 
Curtis Chas., peddler, h. Groveland, 2d 

from Spruce 
Curtis Charles H., agent (American Fire 

Hose, B.), house 113 Washington 
Curtis Charles P. jr., student H. U.,rooms 

52 Brattle 
Curtis Frank J., glassmaker, h. 20 Fourth 
Curtis Hannah, wid. of Thos.,h. 20 Fourth 
Curtis Horace S., painter, h. 20 Howard 
Curtis John B., glassmaker, h. 21 Fifth 
Curtis Susan M., widow of Lemuel, house 

11 M each am 
Curtis Walter, boards 20 Howard 
Cushing Arthur P., student H. U., rooms 

7 Stoughton Hall 
Cushing Chas., iron roller, h. 4 Berkshire 
Cushing Charles C, boards 18 Wendell 
Cushing Christopher Rev., h. 6 Ellery 
Cushing Clarence, laborer, b. 2 Berkshire 
Cushing George W., printer (13 Tremont 

place, B.), boards 18 Wendell 
Cushing Horace B., laborer, h. 109 Elm 



' Cushing Javis, carpenter B. & L. R. R . 

shop, Bridge 
Cushing J. Stearns, printer(117 Franklin, 

B.), house 95 River 
Cushing Livingston, student H. U., rooms 

14 Plympton 
Cushing L. F. Sydney, printer University 

Press, boards 58 Mt. Auburn 
Cushing Marshall H., student H. U., rms. 

1 Hollis Hall 
Cushing Wm., clergyman, h. 18 Wendell 
Cushing William H., iron roller, house 2 

Berkshire 
Cushman Ada L., teacher Bowdoin school 

(Boston), house 339 Broadway 
Cushman Annie Miss, nurse, house 11 

Mount Auburn 
Cushman Charles, house 801 Main 
Cushman George W., gents' furnishing 

goods (9 Court, B.), b. 48 Concord av. 
Cushman Margaret, widow of Elkanah A., 

house 48 Concord avenue 
Cushman Moses E., real estate (258 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 339 Broadway 
Cushman Wm. B., student H. U., boards 

48 Concord avenue 
Cutchey Henry, hostler, 43 Cambridge, 

house Dailey's alley 
Cutler Arthur W., assistant at Observato- 
ry, house at Somerville 
Cutler Charles F., student H-U., rooms 

13 Weld Hall 
Cutler Chas. H., letter carrier, Cambridge 

P. O., 7 Harvard row, h. 48 Sheparcl 
Cutler Curtis Mrs., h. 14 Kirkland place 
Cutler Geo. C, student H. U., rooms 39 

Brattle 
Cutler Geo. H., carpenter, rear 7 Sumner, 

house 56 Trowbridge 
Cutler Isaac Mrs., house 7 Sumner 
Cutler Joseph, attorney (47 Court, B.), h. 

723 Cambridge [Cambridge 

Cutler Joseph G., civil engineer, bds. 723 
Cutler Wm., laborer, boards 6 Bristol 
Cutler William P., salesman (102 High, 

B.), house 8 Rice 
Cutten Charles, at Sortwell's distillery, b. 

108 Cambridge 
Cutten Theodore H. jr., foreman Sortwell 

& Co.,'Distillhouse, bds. 107 Inman 
Cutter Asa S., house 166 North avenue 
Cutter Chas. S., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 

6 Harvard square 
Cutter Chas. H., engineer, Crescent av., 

house do., opposite the pottery 
Cutter Ebenezer P., house 23 Essex 
Cutter Ephraim, music teacher, house 45 

Walden 
Cutter Ezekiel W., proprietor grist-mill, 

opposite 166 River, house at Boston 
Cutter Frederick S., teacher (Wakefield), 

boards 273 Harvard 
Cutter George, ice tool maker, 168 North 

avenue, house at Somerville 
Cutter George H., cutter (B.), boards 7 

Hancock place [pi. 

Cutter George W., painter, h. 7 Hancock 



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Cutter Horace E. (C. F. Macey & Co.), 

boots and shoes, 443 Main, boards 22 

Cherry- 
Cutter James H. (James H. Cutter & Co.), 

ice tool mnfr., house 164 North av. 
Cutter James H. & Co. (James H. Cutter), 

ice tool manufacturers, 168 North av. 
Cutter Leander, house 22 Cherry 
Cutter Louisa, widow of Abel P., house 

273 Harvard 
Cutter Lydia, widow, b. 44 Coggswell av. 
Cutter Mary J., widow of Peter, house 50 

River 
Cutter Richard E., organ maker, 624 Main, 

house at West Somerville 
Cutter Susan, widow of Asa, house 166 

North avenue [Cherry 

Cutter Walter, clerk, 625 Main, boards 22 
Cutter Warren, trader, h. ft. of Davenport 

CUTTER WATSON G. (J. Winnett 
& Co.), real estate, 623 Main and (5 

Tremont, B. ), house 33 Linnsean 
Cutter Zachariah, carpenter, house 225 

Broadway, room 4 
Cutting Albert B., baggage-master Fitch- 
burg R. R., h. 13 Leigh ton court 
Cutting Albert W., milkman, house foot 

of Crescent avenue 
Cutting Charles, at Sortwell & Co.'s, bds. 

108 Cambridge 
Cutting Charles H., fish dealer, 401 Main, 

house 90 Winsor 
Cutting Edwin A., traveling salesman 

(69 Purchase, B.), boards 215 Pearl 
Cutting Gilbeit, piano tuner (20 Tremont, 

B.), house 23 Warland 
Cutting Gilbert E., piano tuner (682 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 23 Warland 
Cutting Henry, molder, 368 Main, house 

106 Winsor 
Cutting Josiah C, clerk (39 Tremont, B.) ; 

house 215 Pearl [736 do. 

Cutting Samuel IL, clerk, 609 Main, bds. 
Cyr Ellen M., teacher Holmes primary 

school, boards 42 Mt. Auburn 
Cyr Narcisse, clergyman and Professor of 

French (161 Tremont, B.), house 42 

Mt. Auburn 

DABNEY JOHN C house 63 Sparks 
Dabney Ralph P., student H. U., rooms 

13 Thayer Hall [63 Sparks 

Dabney Sarah H., widow of John P., h. 
Dacey Patrick, laborer, boards 53 North 
Dacie William, laborer, house 12 Short 
Dacy John, helper B. & L. R. R. shop 
Dacy Patrick J., salesman (Winter, B.), 

house 28 Fourth 
Dady Mary, widow, house 13 Willow 
Daggett Fred F., boards 51 Essex 
Daggett Freeman L. Mrs., house 51 Essex 
D a h 1 g r e n Ephraim, cabinet-maker, 

Rhoades building, State, house 12 

Norfolk 
Dahllof Robert C, laborer, h. 17 Carson 
Dahlstrom Frank L., painter, 17 Main, 

house 193 do. 



Dailey Bartholomew, hack-driver, boards 

99 Vine 
Dailey Charles, ice dealer, h. 49 Willow 

DAILEY CHARLES W., stable, 
43 Cambridge and Bay, corner Green, 

house 150 Thorndike 
Dailey Dennis M.. carpenter, h. 137 Elm 
Dailey Frank F., boards 768 Main 
Dailey James, painter, 460 Main, house 

91 Tremont 
Dailey Jeremiah, laborer, h. 49 Amory 
Dailey William, boiler maker, h. 99 Gore 
Dailey William, stable, Bay, corner Green, 

house 768 Main 
Dailey Wm., cooper John Reardon & 

Sons, house 59 Brookline 
Daily Dennis, laborer, h. 358 Broadway 
Daily George, oil hat maker H. M. Sawyer, 

boards 5 Second street court 
Dailv Hannah J., widow of Michael, h. 

Charles, east of Third 
Daily James B., clerk, 408 Cambridge, 

boards 160 Norfolk 
Daily James J., oil hat maker, house 5 

Second street court 
Daily John, at H. M. Sawyer's, bds. Fifth 
Daily Owen, laborer, house rear 42 Vine 
Daily Uriah J., house 77 Thorndike 
Daily William, 92 Main, boards 42 Vine 
Daily, sea Dailey, Daley, also Daly 
Daisy Edward, sawyer, 624 Main, house 9 

Lawrence 
Daisy Edward J., assistant foreman, 624 

Slain, house 9 Lawrence 
Daisy John H, planer, 624 Main, house 

16 Warland [Lawrence 

Daisy Joseph L., model artist, boards 9 
Daisy Thomas H., planer, 624 Main, house 

82i Green 
Dakin Arthur, armorer Bolyston Hall (645 

Washington, B. ), house 138 Harvard 
Dakin Frank A., student H. U., rooms 51 

Weld Hall [boards 63 Gore 

Dale Edward B., janitor University Hall, 
Dale Edward B., leather dealer (Elm, B.), 

boards 64 Gore 
Dale George, glass maker, house 64 Gore 
Dale Geo. H., house 87 Plymouth 
Dale Lorenzo H., driver hose No. 3, house 

94 Gore 
Dale Thomas J., fish market, 124 Cam- 
bridge, house 59 Winter 
Dale Wm. W., silver plater, h. 81 Wendell 
Daley Albert, laborer, house 46 Clark 
Daley Francis, hostler, bds. 125 Pearl 
Daley John, driver U. R. Co.. b. 125 Pearl 
Daley John, laborer, house 45 Banks 
Daley John J., driver (Met. R. R. Co., B.), 

boards 125 Pearl [Mill 

Daley John S., bookbinder (B.J, house 164; 
Daley J. E., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 34 

Hampshire 
Daley Michael, laborer, house 181 Dublin 
Daley Michael, laborer, h. 208 Franklin 
Daley Michael J., driver U. R. Co., house 

125 Pearl 
Daley Thomas, laborer, boards 125 Pearl 



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Daley Thomas J., tinsmith, boards 259 

Broadway- 
Daley William, iron molder, 368 Main 
Daley Wm., laborer (B.), boards 125 Pearl 
Daley William F., hairdresser, 58 Cam- 
bridge, boards 31 Winter 
Daley Wm. J., iron molder, h. 31 Harding 
Daley, see Dailey, Daily, also Daly 
Dallinger Charles, hatter, house 97 West- 
ern avenue 
Dallinger Elizabeth E. Miss, teacher Bridge 

primary school, house 750 Main 
Dallinger Emily C. Miss, teacher Bridge 

primary school, bds. 97 Western av. 
Dallinger Frank W., storage (121 Broad, 

B. ), house 85 Inman 
Dallinger William, constable and deputy 
collector, treas. office, City Hall, house 
91 Inman 
Dallinger Wm. W., city treas., office City 

Hall, house 37 Inman 
Dalton Abby W., widow of John R, h. 

14 Coggswell avenue 
Dalton Christopher, laborer, h. 19 Seventh 
Dalton Frederick, action maker, 162 

Broadway, house 161 Harvard 
Dalton James, grocer, 142 Pearl, h. 140 do. 
Dalton James F., foreman, 169 Gore, h. 

17 Squires court 
Dalton John, house 21 Hamilton 
Dalton Joseph, laborer, bds. 12 Conlon ct. 
Dalton Mary E., widow of Joseph, house 
686 Main [William 

Dalton Michael A., police, station 2, h. 4 
Dalton Patrick, laborer, h. 12 Conlon ct. 
Dalton Samuel W., clerk (686 Washington, 

B. ), boards 14 Coggswell avenue 
Dalton, see Dolton 
Daly Bridget, widow, house 15 Vine 
Daly Cornelius, gardener, h. 13 Hancock 
Daly Daniel, driver, 244 Cambridge, house 

Ninth, corner Otis 
Daly Daniel W., stereotyper University 

Press, boards 13 Hancock 
Daly John E., tinsmith, bds. 125 Auburn 
Daly John F., foreman (48 Portland, B.), 

house 68 Broadway 
Daly John J., stone-cutter, house 9 Vine 
Daly Joseph, confectioner (B.), house 410 

Cambridge 
Daly Michael (M. Daly & Son), 412 Cam- 
bridge, house 410 do. 
Daly Michael, laborer, house 6 Fourth 
Daly Michael, laborer, 162 Broadway,. 

house dishing 
Daly Michael jr. (M. Daly & Son), 412 

Cambridge, boards 410 do. 
Daly M. & Son (Michael and Michael Da- 
ly jr- ), boots and shoes, 412 Cambridge 
Daly Sarah B., widow of John J., house 

125 Auburn 
Daly Timothy, laborer, h. 19 Washington 
Daly, see Dailey, Daley, also Daily 
Dalzell Samuel, gardener, 25 Kirkland 
Dam Charles O., clerk (36 Lincoln, B.), 

boards 297 Broadway 
Dam William H., boards 297 Broadway 



Dame Walter R., student H. U., rooms 22 

Stoughton Hall 
Dammery John, carpenter, h. 35 Flagg 
Damon Emily F. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, boards 83 Prospect 
Damon George L., proprietor Am. Steam 

Safe Works, 17 Main, h. at Somerville 
Damon Sally W., wid. of Joel. b. 36 Essex 
Damon Sarah Mrs., carpet-maker, house 

108 Norfolk 
Damon Walter E., student H. U., rms. 20 

Holyoke Hall 
Damon Warren, house 108 Norfolk 
Dana Charles G., artist (Studio building, 

B.), boards 3 Fayerweather 
Dana Daniel, house 4 Antrim 
Dana Hill Club Stable, W. Christie, supt, 

Main, corner Inman 
Dana Matilda, widow of James F., house 

38 North avenue 
Dana William F., student H. U., rooms 

57 Thayer Hall [Weld Hall 

Dana Wm. L., student H. U., rooms 37 
Danahy John, clerk, 610 Main, house 165 

Franklin 
Dandridge James H.,h. 10 Berkshire pi. 
Dane George, planer, 162 Broadway, house 

Bristol, corner Hampshire 
Danehy Daniel P., teamster, b. 15 Sargent 
Danehy Patrick Mrs., house 13 Andrew 
Danehy Thomas J., teamster. b. 15 Sargent 
Danehy Timothy, tailor, 15 Sargent, h. do. 
Danehy Timothy jr., express, order box, 

224 North av. and (15 Blackstone, B.), 

boards 15 Sargent 
Danforth Allen, Bursar H. TJ., rooms 7 

Wadsworth House 
Danforth Andrew J., carpenter B. & L. R. 

R. shop, Bridge 
Danforth B. Otis, inspector Cambridge 

Gas Co., 424 Harvard, house 8 Bath 
Danforth Catherine Miss, artist, 563 Main, 

house do. 
Danforth Cyrus, dry goods, h. 9 Linden 
Danforth Edmund C, clerk, 607 Main, 

boards 144 Austin 
Danforth George O., painter, 5 Palmer, 

house 35 Ash 

DANFORTH HENRY M., furni- 
ture express, order box, 601 Main, 

boards 92 Prospect 
Danforth Hollis Mrs., house 92 Prospect 
Danforth Isaac W., hardware (48 India, 

B.), house 25 Craigie [35 Ash 

Danforth James L., painter, 5 Palmer, b. 
Danforth Vespasian, visitor overseers of 

the poor, Central square building, 

Western avenue, house 57 Auburn 
Danforth Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 

10 Hilton block 116 Laurel 

Daniel Herman G., clerk, 123 Auburn, b. 
Daniel Julius, compositor Riverside Press, 

house 16 Laurel 
Daniel Walter, fancy goods, 123 Auburn, 

boards 16 Laurel 
Daniels Annie E. Mrs., clerk Cambridge 

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Daniels, Badger & Co. (Clias. E. Daniels, 

Win. C. Badger and Geo. F. Tyler), 

furniture mnfrs., Woodbury's bldg., 

Otis 
Daniels Chas. E. (Daniels, Badger & Co.), 

furniture mnfr., Woodbury's building, 

Otis, house at Boston 
Daniels Daniel, cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 

house 87 Brookline 
Daniels Eliza C. Miss, dressmaker, house 

78 Magazine 
Daniels Joseph, carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

shop, Bridge 
Daniels Lewis E., driver H. R. Richard- 
son, boards rear 112 Magazine 
Daniels Susan C, widow of Leonard, 

house 7 Daniels court 
Daniels Susan E. Miss, b. 7 Daniels court 
Danielsen Alfred L., clerk Zoological Mu- 
seum, boards 5 DeWolf 
Da Ponte Manuel N., hairdresser, 163 

Bridge, house 52 Winter 
Darcy Michael, laborer, h. 247 Franklin 
Darcy Patrick, book-gilder Riverside Press, 

house 2 Banks 
Darcy, see Dorsey 

Dardis John, city laborer, house 32 Banks 
Dardis John F., cabinet-maker, house 81 

Tremont [Hampshire 

Dardis Thomas B., varnish-polisher, h. 193 
Darey Wm. H., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 77 River 
Darling Frederick II., student H. U., rms. 

44 Matthews Hall 
Darling Jerome A., printer, 105 Magazine, 

house 79 Allston 
Darling John R., mason and saloon, 175 

Bridge, house do. 
Darling Wm., whip-maker, 112 Main, h.do. 
Darsonville Joseph, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 64 Vine 
Datt Lewis, printer (197 Devonshire, B.), 

boards 80 Fifth 
Datt Susan Mrs., house 80 Fifth 
Davenport Benj., boards 34 North avenue 
Davenport Charles F., house 402 Main 
Davenport Henry C, machinist B. & L. 

R. R. shop, Bridge, h. at Charlestown 
Davenport Jerome J., cabinet maker, 

house 72 Gore 
Davenport Mary A., widow of John, house 

255 North avenue 
David Albert W., clerk (218 Congress, B.), 

boards 22 Avon [bds. 22 Avon 

David Frederick B., clerk (104 Pearl, B.), 
David Maria J., widow of Samuel M., h. 

22 Avon 
David Thomas, laborer, h. 305 Cambridge 
Davidson Charles, machinist (Province, 

B.), house 15 Franklin 
Davidson Edward, carpenter, rms. 14 Front 
Davidson George F., clerk E. R. R. freight 

office (B.), h. 2 Rogers block, Main 
Davidson James S., steam fitter, 651 Main, 

boards 32 Western avenue 
Davidson John E., carver F. G. F. Co., 

house rear 62 Thorndike 



Davidson Joseph H., engineer, 503 Main, 

boards 109 Auburn 
Davidson Mary H. Mrs., house 15 Mellen 
Davidson Thomas, saleratus worker, h. 

86 Vine 
Davidson William H. A., designer and 

engraver, boards 30 Mellen 
Davies Alfred, printer, house 29 Baldwin 
Davies Benjamin F., carpenter and build- 
er, Gore, near Sixth, h. 137 Thorndike 
Davies Fred., clerk (19 Summer, B.), bds. 

137 Thorndike 
Davies Philip, city missionary (144 Hano- 
ver, B.), house 26 Howard 
Davies Richard J., carpenter, b. 26 Howard 
Davies Susannah Mrs., house 26 Howard 
Davies Wm. H., machinist, b. 26 Howard 
Davin Jeremiah, laborer, h. 6 Jackson 
Davin Thomas, laborer, boards 6 Jackson 
Davin Wm., potter, boards 6 Jackson 
Davis Abner F., cooper, h. 15 Squires ct. 
Davis Ambrose, box maker, boards 12 
Broadway [Cherry 

Davis Ann, widow of Eliphalet, house 51 
Davis Augustus A., officer House of Cor- 
rection, boards Thorndike, cor. Third 
Davis Austin, boards Prospect House 
Davis Bradford F. (B. F. Davis & Co.), 238 

North av., h. 12 Dover, Somerville 

Davis B. F. & Co. (Bradford F. Davis), 

bottlers of lager beer and tonic, 238 

North avenue [Norfolk 

Davis Carrie G. Miss, music teacher, h. 122 

Davis Catherine M., widow of Isaac, house 

7 Lamson place [152 Prospect 

Davis Charles, cabinet maker, house rear 

Davis Charles, foreman A. Parker, house 

at Boston 
Davis Charles A., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 52 Hamilton 
Davis Charles B., student H. TJ., rooms 
16 Hilton block [Hamilton 

Davis Charles E., student H. TJ., rooms 52 
Davis Charles H. Mrs., house 38 Quincy 
Davis Charles M., clerk (518 Washington, 

B.), house 29 Norfolk 
Davis Charles S., clerk (27 Winter, B.), 

boards 101 Inman 

Davis Charles T., student H. U., rooms 

45 Thayer Hall [Thorndike 

Davis Charles W., ladder maker, bds. 131 

Davis Chester M., cooper, b. 23 H Broadway 

DAVIS CURTIS (Curtis Davis & 
Co.), soap manufacturer, 188 to 194 
Broadway, and (136 State, B.), house 
13 Bigelow 

DAVIS CURTIS & CO. (Curtis 
Davis and James Mellen), soap manu- 
facturers, 188 to 194 Broadway, and 
(136 State, B.) 

Davis Daniel W., clerk, 188 Broadway, 
boards 7 Lamson place 

Davis David M., cigar manufacturer, 397 
Main, house do. 

Davis David Wm., house 30 Willow 

Davis Edward, machinist (Court,. B.), h. 
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Davis Edward A. (Ryder & Davis), grocer, 

126 Inraan, house 16 Treraont 
Davis Edwin, shoemaker (B.), boards 12 

Dunster [51 Cherry 

Davis Eliphalet F., clerk, 417 Main, house 
Davis E. E., painter, 660 Main, h. at Boston 
Davis Franklin, express, 379 Main and (24 

Faneuil Hall sq., B.), h. 75 Hastings 
Davis Frank W., driver U. R. Co., house 

178 Columbia 
Davis Fred. G., cutter (72 Franklin, B.), 

boards 7 Lamson place 
Davis George, engineer and surveyor, City 

Engineer's office, City Hall, house 80 

Warland 
Davis George, laborer, bds. 14 Squires ct. 
Davis George A. (George A. Davis & Co.), 

grocer, 206 Cambridge, h. 103 In man 
Davis Geo. A. & Co. (George A. Davis), 

grocers, 206 and 208 Cambridge 
Davis Geo. H., salesman (51 North Mark- 
et, B.), house 47 Norfolk 
Davis Gibson M., student II. U., rooms 

31 Matthews Hall 
Davis Gilman, house 67 Dana 
Davis Hattie Miss, house 19 Antrim 

DAVIS HENRY B., cashier Nation- 
al City Bank, 553 Main, house at 
Boston, ward 24 
Davis Henry G., pressman Riverside Press, 

house 23 Rockwell 
Davis Herbert S., butcher, boards Samuel 
Davis', Lake View avenue 

DAVIS HERVEY, grain, 550 Main, 
house 5 Inman 
Davis Horatio, organ tuner, Fifth, corner 

Otis, house 78 Otis 
Davis James C. (James C. Davis & Son), 

house 326 Broadway 
Davis James C. & Son (James H. and 

James C. Davis), soap mnfrs., 204 to 

210 Broadway, and (3 Chatham, B.) 
Davis James H. (James C. Davis & Son), 

house 74 Inman 
Davis James T., wines, etc. (27 North 

Market, B.), house 23 Columbia 
Davis John (118 Merrimac, B.), house 2 

Walnut avenue 
Davis John E., ship stores (204 Commer- 
cial, B. ), boards 7 Wendell 
Davis John M. (Mason Davis & Son), soap 

manufacturer, 3 Lincoln court house 

8 King place 
Davis Joseph E., student H. U., rooms 38 

Matthews Hall 
Davis Martin, teamster Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, boards 134 Thorn dike 
Davis Mason (Mason Davis & Son), soap 

mnfr., 3 Lincoln ct., h. 122 Norfolk 
Davis Mason & Son (Mason and John M. 

Davis), soap mnfrs., 3 Lincoln court 
Davis Peter R., coachman, 800 Main, h. 

192 Green 
Davis Robert W., painter, house 25 Reed 
Davis Roxanna, widow of Richard, house 

57 Pleasant 
Davis Samuel, butcher, h. Lake View av. 



Davis Samuel, slater, order box 9 Harvard 
square, house 50 DeWolf 

Davis Sarah J. Miss, teacher Gannett pri- 
mary school, boards 67 Dana 

Davis Stephen F., printer (264 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 41 School 

Davis Stephen G., house 751 Main 

Davis S. Warren, teacher, 404 Harvard, 
house 18 Orchard 

Davis Thomas M., fancy soap mnfr., 417 
Main, house 71 School 

Davis Thomas W., clerk (B.), b. 71 School 

Davis Wendell P., student H. U., rooms 
14 Story [144 Austin 

Davis William, clerk (30 Federal, B.), h. 

Davis Wm. F., clerk (31 Milk, room 39, 
B.), boards 18 Prescott 

Davis William H., clerk, 417 Main, house 
51 Cherry 

Davis Wm. M. jr., asst. in Geological La- 
boratory Museum of Comparative 
Zoology H. U., h. Wallace, n. Garden 

Davis Wm. P., carpenter, house 82 Filth 

Davis William R., cooper, b. 15 Squires ct. 

Davis Wm. W., clerk (B.), bds. 144 Austin 

Davison Joseph, tinner, 153 Putnam av., 
house 10 Fairmont avenue 

Davlin Michael F. (M. F. Davlin & Co.), 
plumber, 188 Cambridge.house 181 do. 

Davlin M. F.' & Co. (Michael F. Davlin), 
plumbers and gas-fitters, 188 Cam- 
bridge 

Davren Mary E., widow of Michael, house 
Waverly, east of Fort Washington 

Davy Wm. H, boat-builder John Blakey, 
house 3 Butler block, Charles River 

Dawes Albeft A., provisions, h. 140 Spring 

Dawsbu T., driver U. R. Co. 

Dawson Alex., house 121 Harvard 

Dawson Patrick, teamster, 12 Cambridge, 
house 1 Linehan block, Third 

Dawson William, laborer, h. 210 Franklin 

Day Anna Miss, house 23 Fairmont 

Day Arthur C, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 53 Columbia 

Day Daniel, cooper, boards 387 Main 

Day Daniel H., laborer, bds. 1 Squires ct. 

Day Edward, student, boards 32 Prospect 

Day John E., letter-carrier P. O., 611 Main, 
boards at Brighton [street pi. 

Day John M., stone-mason, h. 23 Sparks 

Day John T., gardener, house 5 Pine 

Day John W., asst. editor (9 Montgomery 
place, B.), rooms 74 Cambridge 

Day John W., carpenter U.R. repair shop, 
Dunster, house at Arlington 

Day J. W. Mrs., music-teacher, 74 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Day Marcellus (Marcellus Day & Co.), 
drain-pipe mnfr., 132 Main and (27 
Devonshire, B.), h. 43 High, Chas'n 

Day Marcellus & Co. (Marcellus Day), 
drain-pipe mnfrs., 132 Main, office (27 
Devonshire, B.) 

Day Martin V. B., painter, house 30 Jay 

Day Mercy C, widow, house 119 Magazine 

Day Ralph, house 7 Day 



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Day Richard T., glass-finisher, house rear 

177 Bridge [tie's block 

Day Stanton, student H. U., rooms 3 Lit- 
Day Stephen, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge 

house 76 do. 
Day Stephen E. Mrs., house rear 111 Elm 
Day Thomas, house 5 Pine 
Days Frank, laborer, h. r. 134 Broadway 
Dazey Chas. T., student H. U., rooms 102 

Mt. Auburn 
Deacon Michael, laborer, bds. 48 Winter 
Deady Louis, driver, 12 Green, rooms do. 
Dean Clarence R, student H. U., rooms 

24 Holyoke House [ll£ Wallace 

Dean Daniel H., grocer, 21 Brattle, house 
Dean Dora B. Miss, clerk, 400 Broadway, 

boards 54 Langdon 
Dean Edmund, driver, 84 Mt. Auburn, h. 

5 DeWolf 
Dean Elisha L., clerk (8 Somerset, B.), h. 

81£ Putnam avenue 
Dean E. G., conductor IT. R. Co. 
Dean Francis W., tutor in surveying and 

drawing H. U., rms. 40 Matthews Hall 
Dean Gideon E., box-maker, 624 Main, b. 

81| Putnam avenue 
Dean Harriet C, widow of Myron M., h. 

54 Langdon 
Dean Henry, steam-fitter, 368 Main, bds. 

329 do. 
Dean John M., clerk (9 Kilby, B.), boards 

54 Langdon [329 Main 

Dean John S., teamster Jaynes & Co., b. 
Dean L. A., prop. Boston Star Collar Co., 

206 Hampshire, house at Boston 
Dean Robert, brick-maker, house foot of 

Clifton • 

Dean Samuel H., student H. U., rooms 17 

Holyoke House 
Dean Wm., bacon curer, rear 414 Main, 

house 33 Front 
Deane Charles, house 80 Sparks 
Deane Ophelia M. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 

106 Austin 
Deane Walter, teacher (20 Boylston pi., 

B.), rooms 38 Concord avenue 
Deane William, laborer, house 41 Norfolk 
Dearborn Axel W., bar-tender Ross House, 

7 Broadway, boards do. 
Dearborn Estella E. Miss (Guppy & Dear- 
born), dressmaker, 419 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Dearborn Geo. W. (H. N. Hovey & Co.), 

89 Cambridge, house 94 Otis 
Dearborn Sanborn, machinist, boards 8 

Rogers block, Main 
Dearing Dexter R., captain (B. P. D., 9 

Hamilton, B.), house 15 Antrim 
Dearing James A., teamster, house 22 

Charles River 
Dearing William, house 28 Warren 
Dearing, see Deering 
Dearney Daniel, laborer, house dishing, 

corner Cushing court 
Dears Joseph, laborer, house 13 Second 
Deaselman Henry, currier, h. 346 North av. 
Deastlov Charles, currier, house 41 Harvey 



DeBoice Charles L., bds. 33 Hampshire 
DeBoice Julia, widow of Jacob, house 37 

Hampshire 
DeBois Eli, brick-maker, h. Vassal lane 
Dechan Michael, carpenter, h. 139 Elm 
Dechan Susan, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, house 165 Elm 
DeCorcey Cornelius, granite-cutter, house 

7 East 
DeCorcey John, laborer, house 8 Gore 
DeCorte Augustus, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 61 Sixth 
DeCost William, painter, Brighton, house 

Brighton, corner Eliot 
Dedis Joseph, hairdresser, 95 Cambridge, 

boards 93 do. 
Dedrick Frederick, britannia worker, h. 

3 Buck block, Seventh 
Dee Joseph, conductor U. R. Co., rooms 

5 South 
Dee Mary H. Miss, house 1 Foster 
Dee Patrick, provisions, 18 Sparks, h. do. 
Dee Thomas, laborer A. McDonald, Mt. 

Auburn, house McDonald 
Deegan Patrick, laborer, house 6 Eighth 
Deehan Dennis, atF. Draper & Co., house 

at Boston 
Deehan John, teamster Jaynes & Co., 

Sidney, boards 329 Main 
Deehan John W., teamster, 69 Main, 

house 161 do. 
Deehan Thomas, teamster, 132 Main, h. 

1 Pioneer 
Deehan Thomas, blacksmith, h. 28 Vine 
Deehan Thomas C, teamster, 132 Main, 

boards 1 Pioneer 
Deehan Wm. F., glass blower, 137 Bridge, 

boards at Everett [Eighth 

Deely James, baker, 79 Cambridge, h. 9 
Deer James N., painter, 10 Fairmont av., 

house do. [79 Gore 

Deering Henry F., cabinet-maker, boards 
Deering Joshua, laborer, house 06 Brighton 
Deering Robert S., cabinet-maker, boards 

79 Gore 
Deering, see Dearing 
Deets Geo. A., section foreman (B. & A. 

R R., Allston), boards 208 Pearl 
Degan Henry, tailor (Washington, B.), 

house 210 Cambridge 
Degan John J., cutter (9 Summer, B.), 

boards 210 Cambridge 
Degan Michael, laborer, b. 13 Squires ct. 
Degan Thomas S., clerk (12 School, B.), 

boards 210 Cambridge 
Degnan Thomas, laborer, h. 67 Amory 
DeGraux Andrew, boards 181 Harvard 
DeLacerda August, laborer, h. Third, cor. 

Cambridge [Charlestown 

Delaney James, 44 Cambridge, house at 
Delaney Jeremiah J., police, station 5, 

boards 17 Bolton 
Delaney Jeremiah, stone-cutter, boards 48 

Montgomery 
Delaney John, brick mason, boards 48 

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Delaney John, laborer, house 17 Bolton 



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Delaney John, gate-tender B. & L. R. R., 

Prison Point Bridge, house 4 Third 
Delaney John, grocer, 29 Warren, h. do. 
Delaney John J., painter, bds. 17 Bolton 
Delaney Julia, widow of Martin, h. 39 Rice 
Delaney Michael, cigar maker, 35 Pearl, 

boards 21 Front 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 117 Pleasant 
Delaney Patrick, house 48 Montgomery 
Delaney Richard, laborer, h. 19 Bolton 
Delaney Richard, student H. U., rooms 23 

Hollis Hall 
Delaney Thomas, laborer, house 25 Bow 
Delaney Wm. L. Mrs., house 4 Lincoln 
Delano Charles H. L., student H. U., rms. 

44 Weld Hall 
Delano Edwin F., clerk (177 Washington, 

B. ), house 72 Winsor 
Delano Elizabeth Mrs., boards 32 Second 
Delano Eva S. Mrs. (E. Lovejoy & Co.), 

milliner, 615 Main, rooms 99 Austin 
Delano Maria C. Mrs., house 12 Lowell 
Delano Sarah, widow of Jephthah, house 

60 Fairmont 
Delany Edmond H., mason, house 426 

Cambridge 
Delany James S., plumber (30 Cambridge, 

B.), boards 33 Winter 
Delaporte Augustine H., wood carver (B.), 

house 107 Spring 
Delapp Charles, boiler setter, h. 4 Lincoln 
Delhanty John, tailor, 589 Main, h. 8 Lopez 
Delhanty Thomas, express, 185 North av. 

and (33 Court sq., B.), house 27 Rice 
Delhanty Timothy, teamster, bds. 27 Rice 
DeLowrie Henry, cooper, h. 19 Harvard 
DeLowrie Hubert, cooper, b. 19 Harvard 
Delra Frank, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
DeLyons Alexander P., cook, b. 95 Elm 
DeLyons Joseph, musician, house 72 Elm 
Demain Wm. C, paper ruler (31 Milk, 

B.), house 203 Harvard 
Dembroskie Martin, laborer, house 13 Yine 
Demond John, waiter Memorial Hall, h. 

at Boston [Bolton 

Dempsey Bridget, wid. of John, house 74 
Dempsey Frank, gardener E. Dresser, 

Raymond, boards do. 
Dempsey James, laborer, house 5 Foster 

block, Baldwin place 
Dempsey John, waiter (B.), h. 8 Porter 
Dempsey John W., gardener, b. 74 Bolton 
Dempsey Lawrence, laborer John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 1 Bell 
Dempsey Michael, laborer, h. 149 Bridge 
Dempsey Milo, house 48 Foster 
Dempsey Patrick, molding sawyer W. H. 

H. & Co., First, house at Somerville 
Dempsey Rose, wid. of John, house rear 

189 Hampshire 
Dempsey Thomas, laborer, h. 115 Fourth 
Dence George, carpenter, house 4 Clifton 
Denison Arthur E., lawyer (150 Devon- 
shire, room 12, B.), h. 13 Arlington 
DeniSvOn, see Dennison 
Denlow Albert, boards 99 Austin 



Denman Fred A. B., student H. U., rooms 

2 Holmes place 
Denneen Wm., laborer, house 4 Linehan 

block, Third 
Dennen G. H., conductor U. R. Co. 
Dennis Adolph, cabinet maker, h. 6 Vine 
Dennis Catharine, widow of William, h. 

194 Bridge 
Dennis Charles E., boards 295 Broadway 
Dennis Fannie E. M. Mrs., teacher Wy- 

man primary school, b. at Somerville 
Dennis James, florist, Holworthy, corner 

Belmont, house do. 
Dennis James W., jig sawyer, house rear 

452 Cambridge 
Dennis John, polisher, boards 76 Elm 
Dennis Letitia M. Miss, teacher Wyman 

primary school, boards at Somerville 
Dennis Louise, wid. of Harry, house 42 

Montgomery 
Dennis Mary, widow, house 76 Elm 
Dennis Wm. D., clerk, 502 Main, boards 

295 Broadway 
Dennis Wm. D., laborer, h. 60 Washington 
Dennis Wm. W., presses (104 Sudbury, 

B.), house 295 Broadway 
Dennison Hosea B., architect, 128 Cam- 
bridge, house 67 Inman 
Dennison James, carpenter, h. 167 Otis 
Dennison James E., carpenter, house 169 

Thorndike 
Dennison John, cooper, house 15 Hancock 
Dennison Otis, police, station 2, house 

128 Spring 
Dennison, see Denison 
Denniston Arthur C, student H. U., and 

editor and proprietor Harvard Daily 

Echo, 3 Linden, rooms 62 Thayer Hall 
Denny John, hackman, house 150 Green 
Denny Mary Miss, house 62 Amory 
Denny Michael J., teamster, 69 Main, 

house 3 Deacon 
Denoit Isaac, tinsmith, Third, b. 464 Main 
Dense John E., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 2£ Holmes place 
Densmore Ira M., carpenter,h. 7 Rockwell 
Densmore Samuel D., laborer, boards 7 

Rockwell [9 Elmer 

Dent Allan, waiter Memorial Hall, house 
Denton Jefferson, express driver, house 

187 Franklin 
Denton Myron P., student H. U., rooms 

23 Irving 
Denyven David (Denyven & Couch), fur- 
niture mnfr., house 20 Harrison 
Denyven & Couch (David Denyven and 

John Couch),f urniture manufacturers, 

346 and 348 Main 
Depatie Armand, brush maker, boards 

111 Dublin 
Depner Henry, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house at East Boston 
DeQuedville Fannie Mrs., dressmaker, 

house 39 Garden 
Derby Eliza Miss, house 724 Cambridge 
Derby George H., furniture manufacturer 

(28 Beverly, B.), house 63 School 



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DERBY HERBERT, Cambridge 
Vinegar Works, 75 Main, house 407 
Broadway 
Dermers Octave, laborer, bouse Cushing, 

opposite Vineyard 
DeRojas Carlos, student, rms. 17 Kirkland 
DeRnnde John D., cabinet maker, house 

22 Eighth 
DeRosay Albert E., boards 134 Oxford 
DeRosay Josephine A. Miss, music teach- 
er, house 134 Oxford 
DeRosay Lewis E., house 134 Oxford 
Derry Charles T., salesman, boards 12 

Trowbridge 
Derwin John, laborer, 72 Main, boards 64 

Harvard 
DeSage David, watchman, 153 Putnam av., 

house 91 Chestnut 
DeSage Wm. H., tinner, 153 Putnam av., 

house 91 Chestnut 
Desmond Daniel, currier, house Belmont, 

near Montgomery 
Desmond John, laborer, house 129 Bridge 
Desmond Margaret, widow of John, house 

54 Bolton 
Desmond Peter, baker, house 47 Vine 
Desmond Timothy, laborer, h. 159 Spring 
Desmond William, boards Daniel Des- 
mond's, Belmont 
Deuschfe Louis, oil finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards rear 117 Otis 
Deuxan Leon, polisher, 203 Bridge,boards 

4 Water 
Deuxan Wm., pattern maker F. G. F. Co., 

boards 4 Water 
Devane Dennis, carriage maker,' 232 North 

avenue, boards 31 Rice 
Devane George, currier, house 25 Harvey 
Devane John H., bartender, h. 31 Rice 
Devane Thomas, boards 31 Rice 
Devens Ann F., widow of Patrick, house 

13 Salem 
Devens Arthur L. Mrs., house 45 Oxford 
Devens Nicholas, hack stable, Palmer, 

house 132 Elm 
Devens Thomas, undertaker, 414 Cam- 
bridge, house 132 Elm 
Devine Cornelius, roofer,h. 118 Webster av. 
Devine Daniel, laborer, boards 4 Potter 
Devine Francis, coal and wood, Ninth, 
corner Cambridge, house rear 240 do. 
Devine John, fish peddler, h. r. 21 Carson 
Devine John, laborer, house 271 Main 
Devine John jr., laborer, boards 271 Main 
Devine Michael, laborer, house 5 Potter 
Devine Thomas, junk, h, 133 Webster av. 
Devine William, turner, 384 Main, house 

94 Fifth 
Devlin Catharine, widow of Peter, house 

69 Bolton 
Devlin John, laborer 232 North avenue, 

boards J. Duteau's, Walden 
Devren Gilbert, laborer,house Holworthy, 

near Locust 
Dewar John, glass-cutter, h. 186 Bridge 
Dewey Charles H., painter, 660 Main 
Dewey Henry H., clerk. 33 River, b. do. 



Dewhurst Sarah Miss, house 77 Brattle 
DeWindt Heyliger A., student H. XL, 

rooms 10 Oxford 
DeWolfe Geo., wheelright, 4 Cambridge, 

boards at Somerville 
DeWolfe Jonathan H., bookkeeper, 539 

Main, boards 44 Pine 
Dewson George B., student H. U., boards 

19 Oxford 
Dexter David A., laborer, boards 44 Pine 

DEXTER L>. GILBERT, editor 
and business manager Cambridge 

Tribune, 3 Linden, h. 64 Buckingham 
Dexter Florence B., asst. editor Cambridge 

Tribune, 3 Linden, b. 64 Buckingham 
Dexter George, house 13 Buckingham 
Dexter George T., student H. U., rooms 

19 Weld Hall [Story 

De YoBurt E., student H. U., rooms 14 
Dias Anton C, cooper, h. 121 Spring 
Dias Louis J., cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

rooms 73 Gore 
Dick David, wood polisher, Rhoades build- 
ing, house Hawkins block, Charles 
Dick James, cabinet maker, Rhoades 

bldg., boards Hawkins block, Charles 
Dick Robert, gardener, boards I. N. Hig- 

gins', Holworthy place 
Dickerman Edward, clerk, Lyceum build- 
ing, Harvard row, h. 48 Brighton 
Dickerman G. W., student H. U., rooms 

48 College House 
Dickey Abner P., carpenter, bds. 42 River 
Dickey Charles D., student H. U., rooms 

. 16 Winthrop 
Dickey Edward, teamster, h. 301 Camb'ge 
Dickinson Alexander (A. Dickinson & 

Co.), nurseryman, Broadway, junction 

Market, house 135 Washington 
Dickinson Andrew,laborer, house 10 Berk- 
shire place 
Dickinson A. & Co. (Alexander and Chas. 

A. Dickinson), nurseries, Broadway, 

junction Market 
Dickinson Charles A. (A. Dickinson & 

Co.), nurseryman, Broadway, junction 

Market, house 135 Washington 
Dickinson James M., bacon packer, house 

89 Tremont 
Dickinson John L., watchman, b. 65 Clark 
Dickinson J. W., student H. U., rooms 23 

Felton building 
Dickman Clara J., widow of Joseph L., 

house 33 Coggswell avenue 
Dickman Emma Miss, dressmaker, 51 

Erie, boards do. 
Dickman Eugenia R., widow, h. 14 Warren 
Dickman George F., clerk (48 Pearl, B.J, 

house 33 Coggswell avenue 
Dickman Isaac, overseer U. R. Co. stable, 

326 North avenue, house 1 Frank 
Dickman Martha C. Miss, teacher Wyman 

primary school, bds. 33 Coggswell av. 
Dickson Andrew, laborer, 168 Main, house 

10 Berkshire pi. 
Dickson Christina, widow, house 347 

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Dickson David, cigars, etc., 205 Cam- 
bridge, bouse do. [sbire 
Dickson Donald, gardener, b. 97 Hamp- 
Dickson Frank, brass m older, 368 Main 
Dickson George F., steam and gas-fitter, 

595 Main, bouse 2 Hastings square 
Dickson Herbert E., student H. U., rms. 

67 Thayer Hall 
Dickson Lizzie M., teacber Allston gram- 
mar school, boards 347 Cambridge 
Dickson Marshall, grocer, 484 Cambridge, 

boards 347 do. 
Dickson Samuel, peddler, b. 103 Winsor 
Dickson William, mason, 347' Cambridge, 
house do. [Harvard 

Diehl Antony, baker, 502 Main, house 60 
Diehl George, confectioner, b. 60 Harvard 
Diehl John Philip, cloth-sponger, house 

60 Harvard 
Dight Alexander, pastor North avenue M. 

E. society, house 26 Ash 
Dignan John W., clerk, 502 Main, house 

, at Charlestown 
Dillaway Stillman S., bouse 22 School, 
corner Harrison [av. 

Dillaway Thomas V. Mrs., h. 196 Putnam 
Dillaway W., machinist, 72 Main 
Dillenback Hiram I., student H. IL, rooms 

37 Gray's Hall 
Diller Joseph S., student Scientific school 

H. U., rooms 23 Felton Hall 
Dillingham Geo. A., paver, h. 114 Winsor 

DLLLIXGHAM HENRY, painter, 
16 Brighton, and order box Lyceum 

Exchange, house 40 Holyoke 
Dillingham Mary A., widow of Henry, h. 

42 Holyoke 
Dillon Ann, widow of Owen, h. 58 Winter 
Dillon Edward, varnisher, 191 Bridge, h. 

39 Gore 
Dillon John, laborer, house 44 Hastings 
Dillon Patrick, laborer, h. 30 Worcester 
Dillon Peter, at N. E. Glass Co., boards 

58 Winter 
Dimick Calvin, h. Cambridge, cor. Line 
Dimmock William, carpenter, house 8 

Douglass 
Dinagin Catherine, widow, h. r. 43 Winter 
Dinan Daniel, laborer, house 29 Carson 
Dinan James, in Cambridge Rolling Mill, 

house 135 Portland 
Dinan Martin, laborer,bds. 198 Cambridge 
Dinan Nicholas, laborer, h. 198 Cambridge 
Dinan Patrick, slater (S2£ Leverett, B.), 

bouse 35 Vine 
Dinan Peter C, slater, bouse 66 Spring 
Dinan Thomas, liquors, 329 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Dinan Thomas, laborer, boards 8 Winter 
Dinan Timothy, teamster, 221 Bridge, 

house 6 Winter [Broadway 

Dinkhard John, piano-maker, house 161 
Dinsmore A. B., boards 10 Essex 
Dinsmore Daniel K., carpenter, house 17 

Farwell place 
Dinsmore James Mrs., house 53 Wright 
Dinsmore William, tailor, h. 25 Hunting 



Diringer John E., gardener Joseph G. 

Coolidge, boards 1 Willis court 
Dishley Louis, boards 12 Winter 
Ditchfield Samuel U., 203 Bridge, house 

at Somerville 
Ditmars James B., bookkeeper Cambridge 

laundry, boards at East Boston 
Dixey Mary E., widow, house 223 Broad- 
way, room 5 
Dixon Edmund A., laborer, Rhoades build- 
ing, State, boards 6 Cottage 
Dixon Frederick, blast molder, 368 Main, 

boards 374 do. 
Dixon Frederick, house 4 Worcester 
Dixon Frederick W., wood-turner, house 

4 Worcester 
Dixon James, laborer, h. 140 Hampshire 
Dixon Walter O., printer, b. 4 Worcester 
Dixwell Epes S., house 58 Garden 
Doane. Alfred, master mariner, house 42 

Hamilton 
Doane Alfred, student Institute of Tech- 
nology (187 Boylston, B.), boards 42 
Hamilton [51 River 

Doane Calvin, traveling salesman, boards 
Doane James, carver (B.). bds. 510 Main 
Doane Seth P., salesman (29 Commercial, 

B.), house 51 River 
Dobbs George, laborer, house 9 Grant 
Dobbs James, bacon-curer, rear 414 Main, 
house 153 Franklin 

Dobbs , driver, 15 Park, boards do. 

Dobbyn John T., bar-tender, 141 Main, 

boards rear 122 Broadway 
Dobbyn Margaret, widow of Caesar H., 

house 122 Broadway 
Dockarty Robert, laborer, house 63 Elm 
Dockham George, machinist, 368 Main 
Dockum Geo. G., carpenter, h. 115 Winsor 
Dodd Brandon J., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 32 Cherry 
Dodd Charles H., draughtsman, 72 Main, 

bouse at Boston 

Dodge Brooks B., teamster Wm. Keardon, 

house 19 Park [Pleasant 

Dodge Charles H., clerk, 640 Main, bds. 9 

Dodge Edward S., lawyer (87 Milk, B.), 

house 70 Sparks 
Dodge Frank H., mason, h. 56 Brighton 
Dodge Hannah E., widow of Wm. H., h. 
16 Seventh [72 Sparks 

Dodge John C, lawyer (87 Milk, B.), h. 
Dodge John C, shipper, 44 Cambridge, 

house at Charlestown 
Dodge John E., veterinary dentist (36 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 61 Auburn 
Dodge John H., provisions, 640 Main, h. 
9 Pleasant [83 Pleasant 

Dodge Joseph A., foreman, 624 Main, h. 
Dodge Joseph E., house 39 Columbia 
Dodge Rufus, flour (42 Commercial, B.), 

house 9 Story 
Dodge William A., painter, house rear 

141 Columbia 
Dodge Win slow Herbert, driver, 162 River, 

boards 35 Fairmont 
Dodge Wm. E., provisions, h. 16 Seventh 



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Dodge Wm. H., provisions, 25 Central 
square, house 15 Cottage 

Dodge Wm. W., lawyer (87 Milk, B.), bds. 
72 Sparks 

Dodge Winslow Hewes, organ-action mak- 
er, 624 Main, house 35 Fairmont 

Dodson D. W., law student H. U., rooms 
10 Frisbie place 

Doe Bradbury P., machinist, 72 Main, 
house 193 Putnam avenue 

Doe Emily M., matron Orphan's Home, 
Avon hill, house do. 

Doe Joseph, painter, 460 Main 

Doe Solomon B., cabinet-maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house at Charlestown 
DOE, HUNNEWELL & CO., fur- 
niture mnfrs. (577 and 579 Washing- 
ton, B.) 

Dogherty Charles M., case maker, 162 
Broadway, house 102 Winsor 

Dogherty John R., case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 179£ Harvard 

Doherty Alexander, bookbinder (76 Sub- 
bury, B.), h. 12 Rogers block, Main 

Doherty Amos, blacksmith U. R. Co., 
Dnnster 

Doherty Ann, widow, house 152 Prospect 

Doherty Bernard B., printer, house 128 
Brookline 

Doherty Catherine, widow of Patrick, 
house 20 Carson 

Doherty Chas. J., laborer, h. 61 Charles 

Doherty Cornelius, 44 Cambridge, house 
at Charlestown 

Doherty Daniel B., clerk, 165 Bridge, h. 
23 Sixth [Sparks 

Doherty Dennis, vegetable peddler, b. 3 

Doherty Edward, city laborer, house rear 
19 Fairmont 

Doherty Edward jr., lather, boards rear 
19 Fairmont 

Doherty Ellen, widow of Franklin, house 
225 Franklin 

Doherty Enos, blacksmith, bds. Thomas 
Moran's, Holworthy place 

Doherty Frank E., cabinet maker (94J 
Utica, B.), house 150 Pearl 

Doherty George, laborer, h. 16 Plymouth 

Doherty Henry A., grocer, 165 Bridge, h. 
82 Cambridge 

Doherty Hugh, granite, 43 Main Ji. 85 Fifth 

Doherty James, florist, house 168 Norfolk 

Doherty James, liquors (181 Cambridge, 
B. ), house 16 Kinnaird 

Doherty James, peddler, h. 61Charles 

Doherty James C, teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, boards 173 Pearl 

Doherty Jane, widow, h. 36 Washington 

Doherty Jeremiah, confectioner, boards 
34 Hampshire 

Doherty John, pipe maker, 132 Main, h. 
132 Webster avenue 

Doherty John, laborer, house 204 Green 

Doherty John, laborer, b. 16 Plymouth 

Doherty John, laborer, h. George, near 
Montgomery 

Doherty John, house 23 Seventh 



Doherty John, tinsmith, b. 221 Franklin 
Doherty John R., cabinet maker, boards 

181 Harvard 
Doherty Josephine M. Miss, teacher Otis 

primary school, boards 93 Gore 
Doherty Margaret, widow of John T., 

house 80 Third 
Doherty Matthew, laborer, h. 221 Franklin 
Doherty Michael, laborer, house 3 Sparks 
Doherty Michael, piano maker, house 3 

Berkshire 
Doherty Michael, printer, h. 132 Harvard 
Doherty Neil, liquors (69 Causeway, B.), 
house 56 River [Spring 

Doherty Patrick, cabinet maker, h. 157 
Doherty Philip, laborer, boards 3 Sparks 
Doherty Philip, teamster, 550 Main, house 

23 Bay 
Doherty Philip A., painter, 44 Cambridge, 

boards at Charlestown 
Doherty Robert, molder, b. 36 Washington 
Doherty Wm., blacksmith, 356 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Dolan Ann, widow, house 35 Winter 
Dolan Celia. widow of Patrick, h. 19 Tuttle 
Dolan Edward J., tailor, 551 Main, house 

250 Pearl 
Dolan John (Griffin & Dolan), soft soap 

maker, rear 13 Decatur, house 13 do. 
Dolan John, laborer, house 23 Fourth 
Dolan Lawrence, butcher, h. Belmont, 

near Cedar 
Dolan Martin, baker, 502 Main 
Dolan Patrick, nurse, house 17 Baldwin 
Dolan Patrick, baker, 502 Main, h. 494 do. 
Dolan Thomas, soap maker, 172 Pearl, h. 

2 Cottage court 
Dolan Thomas, laborer, house 15 Winter 
Dolan Thomas, grave-digger, house Gar- 
den court, next Dublin 
Dolan William, house 52 Broadway 
Dolan William, engineer and foreman, 

Hampshire, c. Tremont. h. 7 Perry 
Dole Cyrus G., provisions (19 New F. H. 

market, B.), house 20 Bigelow 
Dole Sarah A., widow, house 20 Bigelow 
Dollard Catharine M., widow of John, h. 

459 Main 
Dollard James, boots and shoes, 448 Har- 
vard, house 15 Gerry 
Dollard John E., bootmaker, 448 Harvard, 

boards 15 Gerry 
Dollard Morris, bootmaker, 906 Main, h. 

856 do. 
Dolliver John, laborer, house 42 First 
Dolliver Joseph, teamster, house 9 Elm 
Dolloff Benj. W., produce, house 143 Otis 
Dolloff Francis W., janitor Cambridge So- 
cial Union Rooms, 15 Brattle, boards 
4 Trowbridge 
Dolloff Wm. J., compositor University 

Press, house 4 Trowbridge 
Dolly Norman, driver U. R. Co., house 

31 Baldwin 
Dolphin Joseph, boards 13 Conlon court 
Donahoe Charles H.,soap maker Hale, 
Teele & Bisbee, boards 9 Decatur 



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Donahoe Edward P., upholsterer, 23 

Brattle, boards 59 do. 
Donahoe James, teamster, boards Patrick 

Donahoe's, Foster 
Donahoe James, hostler, 201 Main, bds. 

3 Deacon 
Donalme James W., brass molder, 368 

Main, boards 9 Decatur 
Donahoe John, laborer, h. 9 Decatur 
Donahoe John J., laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, boards 91 Brookliue 
Donahoe John P., house 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Kate Mis., house 3 Ninth 
Donahoe Margaret, widow of Patrick, 

house 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Mary, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, house 9 Valeutine 
Donahoe Mary, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, house 172 Prospect 
Donahoe Mary Ann, widow of Patrick, 

house 59 Brattle 
Donahoe Michael, horse-shoer, Palmer, 

near Church, house 59 Brattle 
Donahoe Patrick, grease-collector, house 

91 Brookline [Sparks 

Donahoe Patrick, laborer, h. Foster, near 
Donahoe Peter A., soap-maker Hale, 

Teele & Bisbee, boards 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Thomas, tin-worker, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 21 Walnut court 
Donahue Daniel, laborer B. & L. K. R., 

house 21 Cambridge 
Donahue James, machinist, 36S Main 
Donahue James, baker, 215 Cambridge, 

boards 213 do, 
Donahue Jeffry, laborer, bds. 48 Brighton 
Donahue John, potter, house 18 Donnell 
Donahue John, laborer, house 134 Web- 
ster avenue 
Donahue Michael A., baker, 29 Banks, h. 

24 Carson 
Donahue Patrick, machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, Bridge, house at Woburn 
Donahue Timothy J., laborer, house rear 

36 Washington 
Donaldson Catherine, widow, h. 15 Willow 
Dondero Andrew, fruit, 509 Main, h. do. 
Donegan Mary, widow, h. 192 Norfolk 
Donehey John H., stone-cutter, Gore 

wharf, house rear 64 Charles 
Donelan Annie T. Miss, b. 196 Cambridge 
Donelan Francis, engineer (Hawley, cor. 

Summer, B.), house 196 Cambridge 
Donelan Francis jr., brakeman B. & M. R. 

R., boards 196 Cambridge 
Donelan John J., stone-cutter, boards 71 

Bright >n [Brighton 

Donelan Mary, widow of Martin, h. 71 
Donelan Thomas, painter, 14 Church, bds. 

71 Brighton 
Donlan John, fireman, h. rear 12 Winter 
Donlane John, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Donley Francis, carriage-painter (B.), h. 

146 Third 
Donnell Wm. J., polisher, Otis, n. First, 

house 32 Cherry 
Donnell, see O'Donnell 



Donnelly Bridget, widow of James, house 

rear 53 Vine [Locust 

Donnelly Bridget Mrs., h. dishing, cor. 
Donnelly Ellen, widow of Stephen, house 

133 Thorndike [h. 146 do. 

Donnelly James A., cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 
Donnelly James H. S., dry goods and mil- 
linery, 115 Cambridge, house 133 

Thorndike 
Donnelly John, laborer, h. r. 65 Spruce 
Donnelly J., brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Donnelly Mary Miss, house 40 Winthrop 
Donnelly Mary E., tailoress (B.), house 

100 Tremont [Holly av. 

Donnelly Rose, widow of Patrick, h. 2 
Donnelly Thomas, city laborer, h. 79 Elm 
Donnigan Catherine, widow of Patrick, 

house 124 Pearl [Gore 

Donnini Vingilio, wood-carver, house r. 69 
Donovan Annie, house 245 Franklin 
Donovan Cornelius, laborer, h. 21 McCabe 
Donovan Cornelius, teamster, h. r. 6 East 
Donovan Daniel, plasterer, h. 236 Bridge 
Donovan Daniel, junk, house Dublin, off 

Wyatt's brickyard 
Donovan Daniel, lumber surveyor, 17 East, 

house 60 North 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, house 44 North 
Donovan Daniel, molder, 368 Main, house 

5 Holly 
Donovan Daniel jr., plumber, 599£ Main, 

boards 79 School 
Donovan Dennis, stone-cutter, 53 Main, 

house 3 Broadway 
Donovan Dennis, stone-cutter, Gore whf., 

house 3 Broadway 
Donovan Dennis, boards 42 Gore 
Donovan Edward Mrs., house 16 Vine 
Donovan Ellen,wid. of Patrick,h. 24 North 
Donovan Ellen, widow of Bartholomew, 

house rear 6 East 
Donovan Henry, machinist, 368 Main, 

house 128 River 
Donovan Honora, widow of Michael, 

house Dailey alley 
Donovan Honora, widow of John, house 

rear 101 Broadway [Laurel 

Donovan James, laborer U. R. Co., h. 6 
Donovan James, laborer, h. 42 Washington 
Donovan James, laborer, h. 20 McCabe 
Donovan James, laborer, house 6 North 
Donovan James, laborer, h. 17 Murdock 
Donovan James F., picture-frame maker 

(Sudbury, B.), boards 82 Sixth 
Donovan Jeremiah, blacksmith, 498 Main, 

house 25 Washington 
Donovan Jeremiah, iron-molder, boards 

70 Washington 
Donovan John, upholsterer, h. 236 Bridge 
Donovan John, shoemaker, h. 147 Winsor 
Donovan John, laborer, house rear 17 

Cowperthwaite 
Donovan John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 26 Decatur 
Donovan John, tailor, 551 Main, h. 239 

Franklin [h. 232 Bridge 

Donovan John, woodman B. & L. R. R., 



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Donovan John A., bookkeeper, 127 Bridge* 

house 12&J do. [Murdock 

Donovan Julia, widow of Daniel, house 17 
Donovan Mary, widow of Timothy, house 

63 Gore 
Donovan Michael, laborer, house 12 East 
Donovan Michael, laborer, h. 20 McCabe 
Donovan Michael, blacksmith (B.) ? house 

57 Spring 
Donovan Patrick, hostler, 246 Main 
Donovan Patrick, teamster, 166 River, 

house 11 Hayes court 
Donovan Thomas, laborer, h. 26 Decatur 
Donovan Timothy, laborer, h. 68 North 
Donovan Timothy, laborer, h. 24 Porter 
Donovan Timothy, laborer H. M. Bird, 

Pelham, house 70 Washington 
Donovan Timothy, iron-molder, 368 Main 
Donovan Timothy H., clerk, 83 Bridge, 

house 27 Baldwin 
Donovan William, laborer, h. 236 Bridge 
Donovan William F., clerk, North, coiner 

Water, boards 236 Bridge 
Doody John, teamster, house 9 Sparks 
Doody John jr., teamster, bds. 9 Sparks 
Dooley Edmund, blacksmith, 19 Gore, 

house 118 do. [Gray pi. 

Dooley Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 1 
Dooley Elizabeth, widow of Patrick, house 

27 Vine 
Dooley James M. Mrs., periodicals and in- 
telligence office, 654 Main, h. 656 do. 
Dooley John, blacksmith, house 123 Third 
Dooley John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, house 

60 Charles [do. 

Dooley John, coachman, 334 Harvard, b. 
Dooley Joseph T., music teacher, 654 

Main, boards do. 
Dooley Mary, wid. of Jas., h. 200 Bridge 
Dooley Patrick, gardener, h. 22 Hancock 
Dooley William, driver, 203 Bridge, house 

5 Winter 
Dooley William, glass-blower N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 57 Gore 
Dooley William, painter, bds. 200 Bridge 
Dooling James J., student H. U., rooms 

25 Holyoke 
Dooner Katie A. Miss, dressmaker, 37 

Brighton, boards do. 
Dooner Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 

37 Brighton 
Dooner Thomas jr., boards 37 Brighton 
Dooris Frank H., brass finisher, boards 9 

McCabe 
Dooris Hannah, widow, house 9 McCabe 
Dooris John S., blacksmith, b. r.24 Winter 
Dooris Susan, widow, h. 2 Stevens court 
Doran Caroline E. Mrs., teacher Putnam 

grammar school, house rear 96 Gore 
Doran Catherine E., wid., house 14 Cow- 

perthwaite 
Doran Caroline E. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, boards 96 Gore 
Doran Mary, widow of Joseph, house Har- 
vey, corner Montgomery 
Doran Michael, fireman pumping house 

C. W. W., Lake View av., h. 5 Clay 



Doran Michael, laborer, house 30 Davis 
Doran Patrick, boards 96 Gore 
Doran Wm. P., ice dealer, h. 25 Gore 
Dore Henry A., provisions, 655 Main, 

house 10 Brookline 
Dore, see Dorr 

Dorgan Michael, helper, 17 Main 
Dorgan Patrick, laborer, boards 6 Laurel 
Dority Arthur P., upholsterer (B.), boards 

93 Gore 
Dority Patrick, glass maker Union Glass 

Co., house 93 Gore 
Dorkins Pauline, widow, h. 90 Harvard 
Dorlis Adam, shoemaker, 75 Pleasant,bds. 

at Boston 
Dormai Elizabeth M., widow of Joseph, h. 

Arsenal grounds, Garden, c. Chauncy 
Dorman Jabez, blacksmith, 68 Cambridge, 

house 88 Fifth 
Dorman John, engineer (B.), h.34 Second 
Dormer Ann, wid. of Benj., h. 126 Gore 
DormerEdwin, blacksmith, 18 Cambridge, 

house 108 Otis 
Dorney Daniel, fireman pumping house 

C. W. W., Lake View av. 
Dorr Clifford E., pill maker, 150 Broad- 
way, house 7 Cottage 
Dorr Cornelius, flour (30 Commerce, B.), 

house 260 North avenue 
Dorr Edgar, bds. Mrs. E. Dorr's, Cushing 
Dorr Eliza Mrs., h. Cushing, n. Belmont 
Dorr Frank W., clerk (35 Commerce, B.), 

boards 334 Harvard [Pine 

Dorr George, driver J. P. Coolidge, b. 19 
Dorr John, baker, house 19 Pine 
Dorr Joseph jr., student H. U., rooms 25 

Holyoke 
Dorr Lester M., clerk (222 Congress, B.), 

bds. 334 Harvard 
Dorr Moses, grocer (32 Commerce, B.), 

house 334 Harvard 
Dorrell Walter F., railroad porter, house 

90 Harvard 
Dorrigan John, laborer, house 12 Short 
Dorsey Sydney, waiter, h. 39 Hampshire 
Dorsey, see Darcy 
Dorson Patrick, teamster E. D. Sawyer & 

Co., house 1 Linehan block, Third 
Doseau Julian, brick maker, h. 293 Con- 
cord avenue • 
Dotten John W., mate, house 30 Sidney 
Dougherty R., iron molder, 368 Main 
Douglass Alexander F., blacksmith D. 

Chisholm, boards 271 Broadway 
Douglass Charles H., clerk (209 State, B.), 

boards 18 Howard 
Douglass Edward, laborer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 7 Gordon place 
Douglass Edward Wm. Mrs., h. 3 Sands 
Douglass Geo. A., laborer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 3 Sands 
Douglass George W., diary maker, boards 

18 Howard 
Douglass James C, cabinet maker, 384 

Main, house 23 Park 
Douglass James C. jr., cabinet maker, 346 

Main, house 23 Park 



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Douglass Mary J., widow of Harrison, h. 
18 Howard 

Douglass Robert.president Cambridgeport 
National Bank, 585 Main, house 24 
Columbia [05 Gore 

Douglass Robert J., driver U. R. Co., h. 

Douglass William G., carpenter, house 73 
Washington 

Dover Stamping Co., mnfrs. tinners' fur- 
nishing goods, factory, 153 Putnam 
av., store (88 and 90 North, B.) 

Dow Benjamin, trav. salesman (115 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 9 Cottage 

Dow Edmond 8., student H. U., rooms G8 
College House 

Dow Fred., teamster, rooms 35 Tremont 

Dow George, house 55 Columbia 

Dow Har:y R., student H. U., rooms 25 
College House 

Dow Jas. A., physician, 23 Magazine.h.do. 

Dow John B., conductor U. R. Co., house 
47G Cambridge 

Dow John C, tallow and bone dealer, 220 
Portland, house 35 Tremont 

Dow John E., steam carpet cleaning (478 
Beacon, B.), house 15 Fairmont 

Dow Marcellus I., apothecary, 109 Pearl, 
house 50 Hamilton 

Dow Warren H, box maker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 27 Pine 

Dow William H., fertilizer mnfr., 220 Port- 
land, and (120 Hanover, B.), house 
150 Cambridge 

Dow William L., express, 25 Central sq., 
office (77 Bedford, B.), boards 156 
Hampshire 

Dowd Charles, driver U. R. Co. 

Dowd Charles B., clerk (214Purchase,B.), 
boards 15 Magazine 

Dowd- Eliza A., widow of William J., 
house 15 Magazine 

Dowd Michael F., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 

Dowey Ann E., widow, house 17 Sparks 

Dowey Thomas, laborer, h. Cushing court 

Dowling John E., sewing-machine agent, 
647 Main, boards rear 24 Front 

Downe Rufus S., special police, station 1, 
house 16 William 

Downes Edward, laborer, h. r. 428 Camb. 

Downes Frank, teamster, 386 Main, house 
390 do. [bridge 

Downey Bartholomew, laborer, h.325 Cam- 
Downey Bridget, widow of Robert, house 
17 Warren [Sparks 

Downey Daniel, laborer, house Foster, n. 

Downey David, laborer, bds. 23 Brighton 

Downey Dennis, laborer, h. 106 Tremont 

Downey Jeremiah, laborer, house 128 
Webster avenue 

Downey Jeremiah, laborer, h. 80 Brighton 

Downey John, grocer, 13 Porter, house do. 

Downey John, laborer, house 58 Charles 

Downey John, collar maker, 10 Arrow, 
rooms 12 Dunster 

Downey Mary Mrs., house rear 31 Bow 

Downey Murtagh, laborer, h. 37 Warren 



Downey Patrick, house rear 31 Bow 
Downey Thomas, laborer, h. 35 Willard 
Downey Thomas, clerk, 15 Sparks, boards 

35 Willard • [Sparks 

Downing Dennis, trav. salesman, house 15 
Downing Edward, leather (81 High, B.), 

house 26 Russell 
Downing Edward H., clerk (201 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 26 Russell 
Downing Elizabeth Miss, hairworker, 5 

Laurel, house do. [Sixth 

Downing George, brush maker, house 40 
Downing Lucy A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, bds. at Arlington 
Downing Mary, widow of Thomas, house 

5 Laurel 
Downing Almedia Mrs., dressmaker, 

boards 41 Franklin 
Downing Theodore, currier, foot of Eustis 

court, house at Arlington 
Downs Benj. J., brass molder, house 

Lake View avenue 
Dowsing Daniel, boards 32 Sidney 
Dowsing Henry V., sawyer, 624 Main, h. 

Ill Allston 
Dowsing James F., organ maker, 511 

Main, house at Medf'ord 
Dowsing William, varnisher, house 116 

Auburn 
Doyle Daniel, holster U. R. Co., Dunster, 

" boards 31 Charles River 
Doyle Daniel, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

boards 20 South 
Doyle Daniel, laborer, h. 13 Charles River 
Doyle Ellen, wid. of Patrick, h. 140 Dublin 
Doyle James A., carver, boards 113 Third 
Doyle James E., driver M. Fairbanks & 

Co. (Howard, B.), house 36 Second 
Doyle John, laborer U. R. Co., h. 20 South 
Doyle John, laborer Camb. Water Works, 

house 32 Auburn 
Doyle John, florist, boards 80 Otis 
Doyle John, in Cambridge Rolling Mill, 

" house Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Doyle John, tinsmith, 368 Main, boards 

374 do. 
Doyle John, laborer, house 105 Kinnaird 
Doyle John, laborer, h. 28 Charles River 
Doyle John, laborer, house 65 Elm 
Doyle Mary E., widow, house 8 Blanche 
Doyle Michael, laborer, house 3 Foster 
Doyle Michael J., baker, 215 Cambridge, 

house 213 do. 
Doyle Owen, laborer, house 233 Franklin 
Doyle Patrick, police, station 1, house 3 

Madison 
Doyle Patrick J., gents' furnishing goods, 

" cigars, etc., 16 Brighton, h. 5 Foster 
Doyle Richard, laborer, house 5 Foster 
Doyle Richard D., tinsmith, 3S7 Cam- 
bridge, house 34 Fourth 
Doyle Richard F., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 10 Magazine court 
Doyle Sarah, widow of Edward, house 

63 Brookline 
Doyle Thomas, 10 Arrow, h. 105 Kinnaird 
Doyle Thomas P., teamster, b. 113 Third 



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Doyle William E., florist (57 Tremont, B.), 
house 80 Otis 

Drake Andrew J., clerk (518 Washington, 
B.), house 19 Shepard 

Drake Carrie A. Miss (Drake & Carley), 
fancy dry goods, 14 Brighton, house 
46 do. 

Drake Charles A., blacksmith and wheel- 
wright, 295 Cambridge, house at 
Somerville 

Drake Geo. A., organ maker, 624 Main, 
boards 22 Suffolk 

Drake Geo. G., painter American House 
(56 Hanover, B.), h. 1 Lamson place 

Drake Geo. W., foreman of varnishers, 
162 Broadway, house 26 Essex 

Drake James, carpenter, h. 7 Putnam ct. 

Drake Margaret, widow of Geo. F., boards 
46 Brighton 

Drake M. Wesley, bookkeeper (20 Ex- 
change, B.), house 22 Suffolk 

Drake Ruth S., widow of William, h. 4 
Rogers block, Main 

Drake Truman, sawyer, bds. 61 Cherry 

Drake <fc Carley (Carrie A. Drake and 
Kate Carley), fancy dry goods, 14 
Brighton 

Draper Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.), Otis, 
near First, house 111 Thorndike 

Draper Francis (F. Draper & Co.), Otis, 
near First, house at Boston 

Draper Francis H., britannia worker, Otis, 
near First, bds. Ill Thorndike 

Draper Frank L., machinist, 72 Main, h. 
at Somerville 

Draper F. & Co. (Francis and Daniel A. 
Draper), brass and britannia ware 
mnfrs., Otis, near First 

Draper G. E., conductor U. R. Co. 

Draper Jesse L., britannia worker, Otis, 
near First, house 133 Otis 

Draper Joseph, britannia worker, Otis, 
near First, bds. Ill Thorndike 

Draper Lucius D., house 10 White 

Draper Martin jr., bookkeeper Nat'lBank 
of North America (106 Franklin, B.), 
house 292 North avenue 

Draper Mary A., wid. of Dan' IF., h. 11 Avon 

Draper Warren M., clerk (169 Summer, 
B.), boards 292 North avenue 

Draper Wm. B. (Draper & Smith),211No. 
avenue, house 11 Avon 

Draper & Smith (Wm. B. Draper and O. 
Elliot Smith), tailors, circulating li- 
brary, etc., 211 North avenue 

Dray Patrick, painter, 460 Main, house 
117 Pleasant [rear 5 Russell 

Dressel Paulina, widow of Nichol, house 

Dresser Caroline J. Miss, teacher Wash- 
ington grammar school, b. at Dedham 

Dresser Edwin, president Cambridgeport 
Diary Co., 105 Magazine, house Ray- 
mond, near Linnaean 

TiRESSER EDWIN D., stationer 

U and blank book mnfr. (Ill Devon- 
shire, B.), boards Edwin Dresser's, 
Raymond, near Linnaean 



Dresser Mary L. Mrs., music teacher, h. 

589^ Main 
Drew Albeit V., painter, bds. 19 Spring 
Drew Ansel, house 878 Main 
Drew Carrie E. Mrs., at Riverside Press, 

house 1 Pond place 
Drew Edwin, clerk, 153 North avenue, h. 

Summer, near Cedar, Somerville 
Drew Fred. L., grocer, 153 North avenue, 

bds. Summer, near Cedar, Somerville 
Drew Geo. A., carpenter (B.), beards 19 

Sidney 
Drew Geo. C. jr., clerk (28 Washington, 

B.), house 24 Rockwell 
Drew John, carpenter (B. ), h. 19 Sidney 
Drew John R., painter, bds. 26 Howard 
Drew Joseph L. jr., gold beater (3 Prov- 
ince court, B.), house 19 Jay 
Drew Silas S., dry goods (34 Hanover, B.), 

house 122 Oxford 
Drilling Charles, cabinet maker, house 

94 Spring 
Drinan Chas. E. S., piano action maker, 

house 26 Cherry 
Drinan Morris, laborer, house 129 Bridge 
Driscoll Dennis, carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

shop 
Driscoll Florence, painter, h. 70 Gore 
Driscoll Geo. H., painter, bds. 70 Gore 
Driscoll James, teamster, 103 Bridge, h. 

40 Gore 
Driscoll John, laborer, house 97 Kinnaird 
Driscoll John, laborer, house 59 North 
Driscoll John, baker, 502 Main 
Driscoll John, teamster, 166 River, house 

26 Decatur [bridge 

Driscoll John C, polisher, bds. 179 Cam- 
Driscoll Mary Mrs., house 123 Elm 
Driscoll Michael, driver U. R. Co., house 

47 Cedar [gomery 

Driscoll Michael, laborer, house 46 Mont- 
Driscoll Patrick, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 

26 do. [6 DeWolf 

Driscoll Robert H., student H. IL, rooms 
Driscoll Thomas, bds. 46 Montgomery 
Driscoll Thomas, laborer, h. 152 Bridge 
Driscoll Thomas, shoemaker (199 Cam- 
bridge, B.), house 103 Columbia 
Driver Stephen W., physician, house and 

office 5 Farwell place 
Drohan Daniel, blacksmith U. R. Co., 201 

Main, house 64 Broadway 
Drolet Augustine, carpenter, h. 207 Ap- 

pleton 
Drown Chas. P., hostler U. R. Co., boards 

168 Thorndike 
Drown Chas. W., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards rear 61 Gore 
Drown Edward S., student Episcopal 

Theological Seminary, Brattle, rooms 

14 Lawrence Hall 
Drown Mary A. Mrs., h. 168 Thorndike 
Drum Margaret Miss, assistant Orphans 

Home, Avon Hill, boards do. 
Drummey William, laborer, h. 16 North 
Drummond Dominick, lithographer River- 
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Drummond Geo. H., tinsmith, 153 Put- 
nam avenue, house 232 Pearl 
Drury Leonard D., cigars, etc., 450 Har- 
vard, b. 1 Brewers blk., Brattle square 
Dube Joseph, oil finisher, 624 Main, bds. 

at Boston 
DuCett Wm., pressman University Press, 

boards 29 Holy ok e 
Ducey Lawrence J., police, station 2, h. 

100 Prospect 
Ducklow Peter, asst. fireman, 502 Main, 

boards 34 Hampshire 
Duclos Louis, brick-maker, h. 52 Spruce 
Duddy Edward, stone-cutter, Gore whf., 

Third, house 35 Somerset 
Duddy Edward J., puncher, 153 Putnam 

av., boards 35 Somerset 
Duddy Thomas, laborer, h. 59 Hampshire 
Dudley Augustus W., shoemaker (Eeder- 

al, B.), boards 59 Franklin 
Dudley Charles F., bookkeeper, 168 Gore, 

house 157 Cambridge 
Dudley Elizabeth, widow of Harrison, h. 

17 Dunster 
Dudley Geo. E., upholsterer, h. 60 River 
Dudley Geo. S., police, station 2, house 

115 Washington 
Dudley John Mrs., house 81 Winsor 
Dudley Julia A., widow of Lincoln, house 

rear 60 River 
Dudley Mary A. C, widow of Willard, 

house 20 Tremont 
Dudley Moses, billiards, 115^ Cambridge, 

house 167 Otis 
f|UDLEY SANFORD H. (Dudley 
U & Dudley), counselor (95 Milk, room 

71, B.), h. Avon pi., off Avon hill st. 

DUDLEY WAHKEN P. (Dudley 
& Dudley), lawyer (95 Milk, room 71, 
B.), boards 17 Dunster 
Dudley Wm. B., clerk, 63 Norfolk, house 
109 Inman 

DUDLEY & DUDLEY (Sanford 
H. and Warren P. Dudley), counsel- 
ors (95 Milk, room 71, B.) 
Duemcke Albert, gilder (B.), house 169 

Thorndike 
Duff James (James Duff & Son), spring 

mnfr., 12 Gore, house atSomerville 
Duff James & Son (James and John J. 

Duff), spring mnfrs., 12 Gore 
Duff James P., upholsterer (B.), boards 

69 Third 
Duff John, cooper, house 12 McCabe 
Duff John J. (James Duff& Son), spring 

mnfr., 12 Gore, boards at Somerville 
Duff Margaret, wid. of James, h. 69 Third 
Duffy Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 

6 Fourth 
Duffy Francis, laborer, h. 119 Harvard 
Duffy James J., laborer, h. Fifth, corner 

Charles 
Duffy James L., printer (Fayette ct., B.), 

house 30 Hancock 
Duffy James R., stairbuilder, house 

rear 66 Charles [rel 

Duffy Jane Mrs., boarding-house, 18 Lau- 



Duffy John, cabinet maker, h. r. 47 Vine 
Duffy John, laborer, h. r. 382 Cambridge 
Duffy J. Wm., blacksmith, b. 40 Broadway 
Duffy John, umbrella repairer, house 51 

Amory 
Duffy Leo, laborer, house 77 Concord av. 
Duffy Mary A., wid., house 40 Broadway 
Duffy Michael, peddler, house 15 Carson 
Duffy Peter, laborer, house 76 Elm 
Duffy Robert, shoemaker, h. 18 Laurel 
Duffy Stephen, molder, house 106 Third 
Duffy Thomas, laborer (164 Canal, B.), h. 
130 Third [18 Laurel 

Duffy Wm., shoemaker, 5 Essex, boards 
Duffy Wm., engineer (B.), house 378 Cam- 
bridge 
Dufur Wm. H. (Dufur & Tower), Hamp- 
shire, cor. Columbia, house 51 Pine 
Dufur & Tower (Wm. H. Dufur and 
Wesson S. Tower), fish market, Hamp- 
shire, corner Columbia 
Dugan Edward, laborer, house 49 Amory 
Dugan Edward, mason, house 83 Elm 
Dugan John, laborer, house rear 27 Vine 
Dugan Samuel, iron molder, 368 Main, h. 

rear 12 Portland 
Duggan James, laborer, house r. 6 North 
Duhig Daniel T., printer University Press, 

house 61 Wright 
Duhig John M., pressman University Press, 

house 74 Wright 
Duhig Michael, gardener, h. 89 Hancock 
DukeshairDanieiF., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, house 21 Franklin 
Dulls Cornelius, hairdresser, house 112 
Columbia [38 Pearl 

Dumas George V., sawyer, 624 Main, bds. 
Dumas Romaine, sawyer, 624 Main, bds. 

40 Pearl 
Dummer Joseph O., cracker dealer, bds. 

32 Tremont 
Dumphy Wm., core maker, h. 141 Elm 
Dunbar Charles F., professor of Political 
Economy, and Dean of the College 
Faculty H. U., house 14 Highland 
Dunbar Charlotte A., widow of Eben M., 

house 393 Broadway 
Dunbar Franklin A., medical student H. 

U., house 14 Highland 

Dunbar George B., student H. U., rooms 

14 Highland [Boston 

Dunbar H. B., at Memorial Hall, house at 

Dunbar James H., spring-maker, Gore, h. 

107 Spring 
Dunbar Luther W., carpenter (271 Charles, 

B.), house 7 William 
Dunbar William H., student H. U., rooms 

14 Highland 
Duncan Anderson, laborer, house 27 West 
Duncan Andrew, printer, bds. 29 Holyoke 
Duncan John, blacksmith, 454 Main, bds. 

40 Austin 
Duncan Wm. P., lawyer (172 Washington, 

room 6, B.), house 22 Essex 
Duncklee Albert C, boards 118 Norfolk 
Duncklee Horace L., house 118 Norfolk 
Duncklee Horace L. jr., bds. 118 Norfolk 



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Dunham Adelia Miss, teacher Washington 

grammar school, boards 852 Main 
Dunham C, machinist, 72 Main 
Dunham Ed ward' P., printer, b. 852 Main 
Dunham Israel P., house 852 Main 
Dunham John, mason, house 17 Warren 
Dunham Johu E., dye stuffs (91 State, B.), 

house 98 Hancock 
Dunham Lucy A. Miss, teacher Clinch 

primary school (B.), h. 46 Cherry 
Dunham Sidney H., blacksmith, 454 Main, 

house 80£ Green 
Dunlap Thomas, teamster (Brookline), h. 

rear 6 Lopez [at Boston 

Dunlap Thomas H., molder, State, house 
Dunlea Daniel, laborer, h. 87 Harvard 
Dunlea Joanna, widow of Patrick, house 

50 North 
Dunlea John, seaman, boards 25 North 
Dunlea John, seaman, house 25 Banks 
Dunlea Patrick, cabinet- maker,b. 56 North 
Dunlevy Hulburd H., student H. U., rms. 

• 1 Matthews Hall 
Dunlop Margaret M. P., widow of John, 

boarding-house, 38 to 42 Pearl 
Dunmore Franci* H., clerk (29 Kingston, 

B.), boards 8 Day 
Dunmore John L., photographer (333 

Washington, B. ), house 8 Day 
Dunmore Martha W, widow of John, 

house 8 Day 
Dunn Alexander, lithographer Riverside 

Press, boards 36 Cottage 
Dunn Andrew P., collar-maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 25 Magazine 
Dunn Bartholomew, laborer, h. 3 Fourth 
Dunn Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. 95 

Webster avenue 
Dunn Christena, widow of Thomas, house 

36 Cottage [shop 

Dunn George, carpenter B. & L. R. R. 
Dunn George (Dunn & Gurnham), paint- 
er, 52 Putnam avenue, house do. 
Dunn George G., student H. U., rooms 18 

Holyoke House 
Dunn George Richard Mrs., boarding- 
house, 46 Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Dunn James, at N. E. Glass Co., boards 

rear 63 Gore 
Dunn James, plasterer, house 3 Elmer 
Dunn Jane, widow of George, h. 4 Sands 
Dunn John, book-finisher Riverside Press, 

house 30 Cottage 
Dunn John A. H., wood-turner, house 7 

Dinsmore court 
Dunn John B., laborer, h. 37 Hastings 
Dunn John H., clerk, boards 3 Fourth 
Dunn John P., boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 

47 Pine 
Dunn Patrick, boiler-maker, h. 47 Pine 
Dunn Patrick H., locksmith. 09 Cambridge, 

and janitor Institute Hall, h. 38 Winter 
Dunn Thomas, house 95 Webster avenue 
.Dunn Thomas P., teamster (B.), h. 104 

Pearl 
Dunn William, glass-presser N. E. Glass 

Co., house rear 03 Gore 



Dunn William K., book-finisher Riverside 

Press, boards 30 Cottage 
Dunn & Gurnham (George Dunn and 

Thomas Gurnham), painters, 52 Put- 
nam avenue [124 Gore 
Dunnells George B., minerals, boards rear 
Dunnells Jane, widow of Samuel, house 

rear 124 Gore 
Dunning W. H. Mrs., house 11 Dana 
Dunphy Martin H., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 132 Pleasant 
Dunton Charles H., student H. U., rooms 

17 Dunster 
Dupee Charles S., traveling salesman 

(B.), house 75 Magazine 
Dupont , plumber, 051 Main, boards 

38 Pearl [h. 125 Columbia 

Duran Alexander, waiter Memorial Hall, 
Duran Emily, widow, house 70 Sixth 
Durant Alex., waiter Memorial Hall, rms. 

Cambridge, corner Hampshire 
Durant Eva Miss, dressmaker, boards 28 

South 
Durant J. E., conductor IT. R. Co. 
Durant Nancy P., widow of Reuben, house 

1 Westacott court [Ash 

Durant Thomas, student H. U., rooms 10 

DUIiANT WILLIAM B., lawyer 
(194 Washington, room 11, B.), house 

37S Harvard [Hunting 

Dureen Ellen, widow of Edward P., h. 18 
Durell, see Durrell 
Durgin Elizabeth, widow of Daniel, house 

243 Cambridge 
Durgin George F., polisher (89 Sudbury, 

B.), boards 243 Cambridge 
Durgin George W., printer, h. King pi.' 
Durgin Matthew, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 24 Charles River 
Durgin Sarah A. Miss, matron House of 

Correction, bds. Third, c. Thorndike 
Duris Daniel, sand paperer, 024 Main, bds. 

03 Brookline [Brookline 

Duris Margaret, wid. of Daniel, house 03 
Durnan Bridget, widow, h. 04 Harvard 
Durnan James, express, 190 Cambridge, 

house 44 Porter 
Durnan John, teamster, h. 248 Franklin 
Durnan Peter P. jr., express, 159 Cam- 
bridge, house 124 Gore 
Durnan Wm., laborer, house Howard, 

corner Kinnaird 
Durno James, boiler maker, 72 Main 
Durno James G., tailor, and janitor Bridge 

,school, house 179 Main 
Durrell Betsey G., widow of O. B., house 

73 Thorndike 
Durrell Charles P., clerk, 120 Cambridge, 

boards 73 Thorndike 
Durrell Oliver H., small wares (83 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 322 Broadway 
Durrell, see Durell 
Duster George, varnisher, 102 Broadway, 

house 98 Fifth 
Dustin Betsey A., widow, house 74 Fourth 
Duteau Joseph, h. Walden, n. Raymond 
Dutton Albert L., milkman, h. 50 Fourth 



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Dwelley Adam H., foreman brass finish- 
ers, 308 Main, house 2 Bristol 
Dwight Henrietta F. Miss, h. 102 Prospect 
Dwight Henry H., student, b.102 Prospect 
Dwyer Chas., teamster, b.21 Charles River 
Dwyer Daniel, printer (100 Sudbury, B.), 

boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Daniel, carpenter, bds. 139 Bridge 
Dwyer Daniel, gardener, h. 188 Norfolk 
Dwyer Dennis, painter, 000 Main 
Dwyer Edmond, watchman (B.), house 

238 Broadway 
Dwyer Edward, laborer, h 21 Charles River 
Dwyer Edward jr., printer, boards 21 
Charles River [9 Sixth 

Dwyer Edward H., harness maker, house 
Dwyer Edward H. jr., clerk Lincoln, 

Chamberlin & Co., boards 9 Sixth 
Dwyer James, glass maker, b. 188 Norfolk 
Dwyer James, iron molder, 308 Main, bds. 
1 Washington [403 do. 

Dwyer James, iron molder, 308 Main, bds. 
Dwyer Jane, widow, house 71 Inman 
Dvvver John, leather (248 Congress, B.), 

house 118 Pearl 
Dwyer John, brass finisher, b. 188 Norfolk 
Dwyer John, painter, 14 Church 
Dwyer John jr., painter, 14 Church 
•Dwyer John A., gate tender B. & L. R. 
R., Prison Point bridge, house n. do. 
Dwyer John C, tinsmith, h. 420 Camb'ge 
Dwyer John P., hairdresser, 307 Main, 

boards 305 do. 
Dwyer John S., painter, h. r. 170 Norfolk 
Dwyer John T., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 
rear 27 Gore [27 Gore 

Dwyer Margaret, widow of Jeremiab, h. r. 
Dwyer Matthew, laborer, house 199 Mt. 

Auburn 

Dwyer Matthew, blacksmith TJ. R. Co., 

house 47 Spruce [Foster 

Dwyer Michael, teamster TJ. R. Co., h. 13 

Dwyer Michael J., foreman (100 Sudbury, 

B.), boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Patrick, laborer, h. rear 78 Vine 
Dwyer Robert, cooper, h. 175 Cambridge 
Dwyer Thomas, laborer, bds. 139 Bridge 
Dwyer Thomas F., editor (100 Sudbury, 

B.), boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Thomas J., laborer, house Line- 
ban block, Ninth 
Dwyer Warren W., salesman (52 Black- 
stone, B.), boards 9 Sixth 
Dwyer Wm.,iron molder, 308 Main 
Dwyer William E., clerk (202 Washington, 

B.), boards 9 Sixth 
Dwyer Wra. H., cabinet maker,b. 305 Main 
Dyar Charles W., editor Daily Globe (238 

Washington, B.), house 90$ Inman 

Dyer Edward M., engineer(10 Beverly, B.), 

house 79 Fifth [Kirkland pi. 

Dyer Isaac W., law student H.U., rooms 14 

Dyer George Fraction maker Mason & 

Hamlin Organ Co., h. 3 Sumner 
Dyer Jeremiah, switch tender B. & L. R. 

R., boards rear 83 Bridge 
Dyer John E. Mrs., house 21 School 



Dyer Maria L., widow of George W., 

house 50 Erie 
Dyer Mary C, widow, house 40 Market 
Dyer Randolph A., cabinet maker, house 

42 Market 
Dyer Simeon D., boots and shoes (133 

Federal, B.), house Mt. Pleasant, 5th 

on right 
Dyer Tbos., stone-cutter, 19 Main, house 

7 Rogers block, Main 

EADIE JOHN, grocer, 281 Broadway, 

boards 275 do. 
Eagan Ellen, widow, house 210 Franklin 
Eagan James, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Eagan James E., driver, 5G5£ Main, boards 

97 Pearl 
Eagan Michael, painter, h.129 Webster av. 
Eagan Michael, printer, b. 210 Franklin 
Eagan Michael, painter, 400 Main 
Eagan Susan H., wid. of Matthew, house 

9 Seventh 
Eagan, see Egan, also Agen and Aigin 
Eager Edmond, laborer, house Clifton, 

near Spruce 
Eagleson Joseph, laborer, house 2 Foster 
Eagleson Thomas C, laborer, 8 Brattle, 

house 27 Grant 
Eagleson Wm. A., cook, h. r. 15 Antrim 
Eagleston Thomas, plumber, h. 2 Foster 
Eagleston, see Eggleston 
Eames Francis J., carriagesmith TJ. R. Co., 

Dunster, house at Somerville 
Eames Henry H. Mrs. (H. H. Eames <fc 

Son), 100 Concord av., house 98 do. 
Eames H. H. & Son (Mrs. Henry H. and 

Thomas H. Eames), ice dealers, 100 

Concord avenue 
Eames James H. (Jaynes & Co.), barrel 

mnfr., foot Pacific, house 30 Pearl 
Eames John N., woodworker, 102 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 
Eames Jos. E„ 100 Concord av., h. 89 do. 
Eames Mary H., widow of Charles, house 

281 Pearl 
Eames Thomas H. (H. H. Eames & Son), 

ice dealer, 100 Concord av., h. 99 do. 
Earl Amy A., jwidow of William, house 

03 Oxford 
Earl Henry, pressman, house 11 Revere 
Earl Wm., clerk (198 Commercial, B.), 

house 03 Oxford 
Earle Morris, student H. TJ., rooms 38 

Thayer Hall 
Early Cormick, polisher (Washington, 

B.), house Salem 
Early John, bootmaker, 15 Brown, h. do. 
Easly Christopher, slater, boards 5 Elmer 
East Cambridge Five Cents Savings Bank, 

Geo. Stevens, president; Samuel Slo- 

comb, treas. ; 80 Cambridge 
East Cambridge Land Co., office (40 State, 

Boston) 
East Cambridge Post-office, Miss Ella M. 

Stevens, supt.. 98 Cambridge 
East Cambridge Station B. & L. R. R., 

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EAST CAMBRIDGE and BOS- 
TON OMNIBUS LINE, J. C. 

Stiles, agent, office 249 Cambridge 
East John W., teamster, h. 1 Squires ct. 
Easter Frederick N., blacksmith, b. 15 Rice 
Easter Robert S., blacksmith and wheel- 
wright, 355 North avenue, h. 15 Rice 
Easterbrook Edward E., mason, h. 22 Mill 
Easterbrook Moses P., in rubber mill, 

house 12 Berkshire place 
Easterbrook, see Estabrook 
Easterbrooks Walter, farmer, h. 366 No. av. 
Eastman Chandler, janitor Hollis, Stough- 

ton, and Hoi worthy Halls H. U., h. 

17 Stoughton Hall 
Eastman Charles A., clerk, bds. Holyoke 

House 
Eastman Chas. E., janitor Holyoke House, 

house do. [way, h. 3 Soden 

Eastman Frank C, reed maker, 162 Broad- 
Eastman George, supt. Boston Diatite 

Co. (Charlestown), house 10 Day 
Eastman George W., clerk, 468 Harvard, 

boards 13 Brattle 
Eastman John, carpenter, rear 577 Main, 

house 82£ Green [14 Dover 

Eastman Rebecca W., widow of Luke, h. 
Easton James H. B., student H. U-, rooms 

41 College House 
Easton Thomas H., granite-cutter, boards 

125 Harvard 
Eaton A. H., conductor U. R. Co. 
Eaton Charles, salesman C. H. North & 

Co. (Somerville), bds. 114Thorndike 
Eaton Chas. F., ship stores (48 Long whf., 

B.). house 8 Essex 
Eaton Cyrus, tinsmith, house 175 Main 
Eaton Eliza A. Mrs., house 14 Bath 
Eaton Emma A., teacher Allston gram- 
mar school, boards 105 Prospect 
Eaton Emma P. Mrs., teacher Washington 

grammar school, boards 11 Mason 
Eaton Francis C, teamster, h. 10 Leigh- 
ton court 
Eaton Frederic M., upholsterer, boards 

121 Prospect 
Eaton Geo. D. jr., yardmaster B. & L. R. 

R., office, Prison Point road, house at 

Somerville'' [Weld Hall 

Eaton Geo. H., student H. U., rooms 52 
Eaton Jacob, house 8 Winsor 
Eaton Joseph L. R., butcher, foot of 

Frank, house 6 Rice 
Eaton Osgood, tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Reading 
Eaton Percival J., student H. U., rooms 

24 Stoughton Hall 
Eaton Sarah E., widow of Rev. Joseph 

W., house 697 Main 
Eaton Warren A., police, station 2, house 

162 Prospect 
Eaves Wm. H , waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 43 Market [Winsor 

Eberhardt Jacob J., bookbinder, h. 49 
Eberlin George, boilermaker,72 Main 
Ebert George, iron worker, 78 Main, house 

at East Boston 



Eccles David, fireman, 168 Gore, house 18 

Seventh 
Eckert Henry D., wholesale dry goods 

(105 Bedford, B.), boards 66 Otis 
Eckert Valentine, sawyer, 113 Broadway, 

house 24 Cherry 
Eddy Eliza, widow of Lauriston, house 

6 Lambert avenue 
Eddy Imogene W. Mrs., h. 4 Daye court 
Eddy Martin, laborer, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Eddy Martin, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 198 

Cambridge 
Eddy, see Eadie 
Edgar Thomas, at 162 Broadway, boards 

21 Austin 
Edgerly Chas. B., grain (4 Commercial 

wharf, B.), house 17 Forest 
Edgerly D. Mark, physician, 84 Green,h.do. 
Edgerly John H. W., student H. U., rms 

56 Thayer Hall 
Edgerly Martha, widow of Samuel S., 

house rear 233 Franklin 
Edgerly Wm. A., carpenter, h. 13 Third 
Edgington Wm. H., house 59 Clark 
Edmands J. Ravner, engineer, boards 23 

Garden [h. 81 Oxford 

Edmands Millie M., widow of Samuel P., 
Edmandson Major, hostler U. R. Co., h. 

46 DeWolf 
Edmonds Peter, laborer, house 86 Fifth 
Edson Edward B., bookbinder (96 Milk, 

B.), house 52 Fairmont 
Edson Emma C. Miss, teacher Auburn 

primary school, bds. at Watertown 
Edson Frank A., produce, h. 21 Green 
Edson James, machinist, 368 Main 
Edson James T., instructor House of Cor- 
rection, house 127 Harvard 
Edson Sarah, widow of James A., house 

. 9 Norfolk 
Edward Nancy Miss, h. 2 Pleasant place 
Edwards Alex., mariner, b. 70 Webster av. 
Edwards Alfred W., stone-cutter, h. 4 

Eaton [7 Fourth 

Edwards Eden, marble polisher (B. ), h. 
Edwards George, laborer, 6 Western av., 

house West 
Edwards Harry R., student H. U., rooms 

30 Little's block 
Edwards James, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 2i Holmes place 
Edwards John H., driver, house 4 Grant 
Edwards Lewis A., boards 37 Spruce 
Edwards Richard, student H. U., rooms 

26 Hollis Hall 
Edwards Russell S., produce (15 Black- 
stone, B.), house 37 Spruce 
Edwards Samuel, brass finisher (E. B.), 

house 137 Pearl 
Edwards Thomas, stone-cutter, h. 21 Pine 
Edwards Truman G., asst. bookkeeper 

National Bank of Redemption (85 

Devonshire, B.), house 65 Pleasant 
Edwards Weldon, laborer, house 25 West 
Edwards William, laborer, h. 23 Harding 
Edwards Wm. J., painter, 34 Mill, house 

69* Mt. Auburn 



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Egan James, teamster, bds. 72 Brookline 
Egan John, teamster, bds. 72 Brookline 
EganMichael, teamster, 72 Biookline,h. do. 
Egan Patrick, teamster, b. 72 Brookline 
Egan, see Eagan, also Agen and Aigin 
Eggleston Chas. H., machinist, house 111 

Norfolk 
Eggleston Joseph, fireman Cambridge Gas 

Works, house Willard 
Eggleston Lorenzo, machinist, 72 Main, 

house 31 Norfolk 
Eggleston, see also Eagleson 
Ehrlich Eugene M., law student H. U.. 

rooms 02 Brattle 
Eich Christian P., hairdresser, 432J Har- 
vard, house do. 
Ela Alfred (Ela Bros.), Standard Turning 

Works, 131 Broadway, office (S Union, 

B.), house 13 Ash 

ELA BKOTHERS (Richard and Al- 
fred Ela), Standard Turning Works, 

131 and 135 B'dway, office (8 Union, B.) 
Ela Lucia, widow of Richard, h. 13 Ash 
Ela Richard (Ela Brothers), 131 to 135 

Broadway, office (S Union, B.), house 

13 Ash 
Ela Walter, physician, 39 Brattle, h. do. 
Elder David, weigher, 169 Gore, h. 116 Gore 
Elder G. E., carpenter, boards 30 Second 
Elder Josie, widow, house 66 Norfolk 
Elder Samuel, printer (52 Leverett. B.), 

boards 04S Cambridge [cust 

Elder Samuel, laborer, h. Cushing, n. Lo- 
Elderd Alice M., widow of Jordan, house 

174 Gore [174 do. 

Elderd George H., laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 
Eldredge Anna Mrs., boards 19 Church 
Eldredge Thomas P., iron-worker, house 

6 Rogers block, Main 
Eldridge Rachel, widow, h. 70 Harvard 
Eliot Charles, student H. U., h. 17 Quincy 
Eliot Charles W., president H. U., office 

5 University Hall, house 17 Quincy 
Eliot Christopher R., student H. U., 

rooms 25 Divinity Hall 
Eliot John, leather belting (104 Franklin, 

B.), house 22 Lee 
Eliot Samuel A., student H. U., boards 

17 Quincy 
Eliot, see Elliott 

Elisha James F., laborer, h. 159 Broadway 
Elkins Alonzo, traveling salesman (87 

Court, B.), house 49 Norfolk 
Ellen wood Thomas S., packer J. P. Squire 

6 Co., house 247 Broadway 
Ellicott Charles E., student H. U., rooms 

6 Holyoke 
Elling George, reporter (238 Washington, 
B.), house 18 Putnam court 

ELLIOT CHARLES E., merchant 
tailor (419 Washington, B.), house 6 
Mount Auburn [Kinnaird 

Elliot John B., photographer, house 9 
Elliott Charles, laborer, h. 59 Portland 
Elliott Charles W. Mrs., h. 45 Oxford 
Elliott Cyrus H., student H. U., boards 6 
Mt. Auburn 



Elliott Ferdinand, teamster, boards 14 

Squires court 
Elliott Howard, student Scientific school 

H. U., rooms 10 Oxford 
Elliott James, driver, Lyceum building, 

Harvard sq., boards 890 Main 
Elliott John W., teamster, b. 35 Tremont 
Elliott Silas H., student H. U., rooms 6 

Mount Auburn [50 Pine 

Elliott Walter, piano-maker, 624 Main, h. 
Elliott William, blacksmith James Elliott, 

Brighton, house 141 Mt. Auburn 
Elliott Wm. J., teamster (93 Broad, B.), 

house 2 Fourth 
Elliott, see Eliot 

Ellis Alexander, express, h. IS Market 
Ellis Benj. W. (Valentine & Ellis), coal 

and wood, foot DeWolf, office 26 

Brighton, house 45 Mt. Auburn 
Ellis Bertram, student H. U., rooms 32 

College House [Boaidmau 

Ellis Clement E., cabinet-maker, house 13 
Ellis David, produce (37 South Market, 

B. ), house 117 North avenue 
Ellis D. Frank, produce (37 South Market, 

B. ), house 8 Roseland 
Ellis D. W T arren, produce (21 Merchants 

row, B.), house 38 Arlington 
Ellis Frederick H., organ maker, 624 Main, 

boards 13 Boardman 
Ellis Fred H., student H. U., rooms 890 

Main 
Ellis Harriet A., widow of Charles H., 

house 20 Eighth 
Ellis Harry, clerk (37 South Market, B.), 

boards 117 North avenue 
Ellis Harvey D. (107 Clinton, B.). house 

28 Sidney [Suffolk 

Ellis Herbert, bookkeeper (B.), house 25 
Ellis Herbert W., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 66 Antrim [Vine 

Ellis Johanna, widow of Randolph, h. 60 
Ellis John (4., blacksmith, h. 127 Auburn 
Ellis John L., agent U. S. & C. express, 

F. R. R. depot (B.), boards IS Eighth 
Ellis J. Russell, produce (50 South Market, 

B.), house 54 North avenue 
Ellis Lois A., widow of Samuel, house 37 

Tremont 
Ellis Mellen F., bookkeeper (251 Dorches- 
ter avenue, B.), house 106 Columbia 
Ellis Myra I. Miss, teacher Harvard gram- 
mar school, boards 37 Tremont 
Ellis Ralph W., student H. U., rooms 27 

Matthews Hall 
Ellis Sarah, wid. of Wm. B., h. 18 Eighth 
Ellis Stearns R., produce (50 So. Market, 

B.), house 22 Forest 
Ellis Thomas, laborer, house 51 Amory 
Ellis Thomas F., teamster, b. IS Market 
Ellis Timothy J., bookbinder, boards 18 

Market 
Ellis William, roll turner, 126 Portland, h. 

1 Berkshire 
Ellis William, laborer, house IS Market 
Ellis William R. (17 Batterymarch, B.), 

house 52 Kirkland 



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Ellison Ellen, widow of Wm. J., house 

rear 27 Gore 
Ellison Lowell, box nailer, house 87i 

Harvard 
Ellison Nahum, clerk (B.), house 77 Pearl 
Ellison Thomas, polisher (B.), h. 23Camb. 
Ellison Willard R., clerk (187 Warren, B.), 

house 48 Pearl 
Ellison William J., boxmaker, boards 

rear 27 Gore 
Ells John B., organ tuner, 624 Main, 

house at Melrose 
Elsbree James H., compositer, h. 81 River 
Elston James, carpenter, boards Porter's 

Hotel [Porter's Hotel 

Elston John, carpenter and builder, bds. 
Elsworth Edwin S., boards 46 Winthrop 
Elting Irving, law student H. U., rooms 

16 Felton building 
Elward Eyward, express driver (B.), bds. 

95 Gore 
Elward Thomas, teamster J. P. Squire & 

Co., house 151 Gore 
Elworcl Elizabeth, wid. of Wm.,h. 95 Gore 
Elword Joseph W., clerk, 110 Cambridge, 

boards 95 Gore 
Emerson. Charles, confectioner, 503 Main, 

house 49 Wright 
Emerson Daniel, clerk, 591 Main, house 

20 Cottage 
Emerson Geo. B., teamster (19Blackstone, 

B. ), house rear 125 Gore 
Emerson Geo. F., clerk, 162 Broadway, 

house at East Somerville 
Emerson Georgie T.. teacher, 41 Holyoke, 

boards 27 Trowbridge 
Emerson Helen F., widow of George B., 

house 4 Upton 
Emerson Henry L., trader and lamp- 
lighter, house 106 Allscon 
Emerson Hiram, currier, b. 2 Percy place 
Emerson Israel L., painter, 203 Bridge, 

house at Medford 
Emerson Mary A., widow, h. 28 Bigelow 
Emerson Mary F. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, bds. 28 Bigelow 
Emerson Rosa K. Mrs., house 7 Wallace 
Emerson Thomas H. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 

503 Main, house 766 do. 
Emerson William EL, molasses (40 Cen- 
tral, B.), house 341 Harvard 
Emerton Ephraim, Instructor in History 

H. U., house 58 Shepard 
Emery George L., blacksmith, 53 Main, 

boards Hotel Clark 
Emery James W., president Union Rail- 
way Co., 3 Harvard sq. and (62 Sears 

bldg., B.), boards 479 Broadway 
Emery John B., salesman (85 Summer, 

B ), house 760 Main 
Emery Manning, broker (28 State, B.), h. 

163 Brattle, near Appleton 
Emery Margaret, widow of Henry, house 

13 Webster avenue 
Emery Woodward, lawyer (62 Sears bldg., 

B.), house 163 Brattle, near Appleton 
Emmel Charles, carver, h. 146 Thorndike 



Emory Susan P. Mrs., h. 296 North avenue 
Emory Wm. H., printer University Press, 

house Winthrop square 
Endicott Henry, 356 Main, h. 28 Columbia 
Endicott William. C. jr., student H. U., 

rooms 26 Little's block 
Endres George, wood carver (B.),h. 55Gore 
Endres George F. (B.), boards 55 Gore 
England Geo. W., machinist B. & L. R. 

It. shop, house at Lowell 
Engley William F., counselor-at-law (28 

School, B.), house 3, rear 41 Norfolk 
English Edward E., glass maker, house 29 

Winter [Winter 

English Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, h. 29 
Ennis John, wood worker, rooms 73 Gore 
Ennis Robert B., student H. U., rooms 

31 Thayer Hall 
Enos Wm. R., waiter, h. 23 Washington 
Enwright Michael, laborer, b. 254 Franklin 
Ephraim Joseph H., cigar maker, house 

7 Holly [Mullins court 

Erhard Rudolph, brass finisher, house 8 
Eshman Peter, laborer, house Vassal lane 
Estabrook Joseph D. , woolens (83 Arch, 

B.), house Washington avenue, near 

Arlington 
Estabrook Joseph W., produce (47 North 

Market, B.), house 221 Harvard 
Estabrook, see Easterbrook 
Estarer William A., machinist, house 42 

Tremont [F. Co., b. 59 Third 

Estes Eugene E., cabinet maker F. M. H. 
Estes Israel J., cabinet maker F. M. H. F. 

Co., boards 59 Third 
Estes Ivory P., carpenter, house 34 Ash 
Estey Jonathan L., compositor, boards 1 

Hancock place 
Estey William H., reporter (241 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 1 Hancock place 
Esty Elizabeth Mrs., house 27 Jay 
Esty Samuel, carpenter, house rear 171 

Spring, near Eighth 
Etherington Thomas, carpenter, house 

67 Western avenue 
Ettinger Isaac, driver Jenness & Twom- 

bly express, house 2 Riverside place 
Eustace Alexander, groceries, 167 Pearl, 

house 1 Lake [Fourth 

Eustace Ann, widow of James, house 10 
Eustis Abbie B., widow, bds. 78 Franklin 
Eustis Frank I. (Gilmore& Eustis), Cam- 
bridge Rolling Mill, 126 Portland, 

house 6 Garden 
Eustis Fred. J., pianist, boards 78 Franklin 
Eustis Henry L., Professor of Engineering 

and Dean of the Scientific faculty 

H. U., house 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Henry S., bookkeeper, boards 29 

Kirkland ' 

Eustis Herbert H., telephoner (Sudbury, 

B.), house 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Julian J., clerk(363 Dorchester av., 

B.), house 29 Kirkland 
Eutebrouk Charles H., gunsmith (27 Dock 

square, B. ), house Crescent, second 

on right from Oxford 



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Evans Clias. C, milkman, boards 150 Mt. 

Auburn 
Evans Elizabeth, widow of John, house 

68 Pleasant 
Evans George S., postal clerk Boston & 

Albany R. R., house 49 Mt. Auburn 
Evans George T., sawyer, 624 Main, bds. 

1 Cambridge avenue , 

Evans George W., student H. U., rooms 

51 College House 
Evans G., student H. II., rooms S90 Main 
Evans John H., laborer A. Cochrane & 

Co., house 89 Harvard 
Evans Louise, wid. of Henry, h. 76 Spring 
Evans M. Lizzie Miss, teacher Mason pri- 
mary school, boards QS Pleasant 
Evans Richard, gardener, h. 2-1 Hudson pi. 
Evans Robert D., president American 

Rubber Co., Potter, house at Boston 
Evans Thomas, laborer, h. 57 Harvard 
Evans William, carriage trimmer, house 

150 Mount Auburn [Daniels ct. 

Evans Wm. jr., police, station 1, house 5 | 
Evans Wm. H.. tailor, 3 Harvard row, 

boards 148 Mount Auburn 
Evans Wm. H., clergyman, h. 85 Franklin 
Evarts Prescott, student H. U., rooms 49 

Weld Hall 
Eve Frank, boiler maker, 72 Main 
Eve Frank jr., boiler maker, 72 Main 
Eveleth Dana A. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, bds. 6 North avenue 
Eveleth Wm. H., superintendent H. U. 

grounds, house 6 North avenue 
Everett Chas. C, Bussey Professor of The- 
ology H. U., and Dean of the Divinity 

faculty, house 53 Garden 

EVERETT EDWARD F., insur- 
ance (26 Exchange place, B. ), house 
31 Sacramento 

Everett Emily, widow of Stevens, house 
23 Berkeley 

Everett Josiah S., teamster (274 State, B.), 
bouse 41 Seventh 

Everett Wm. A., house 23 Berkeley 

Ewell Charles, house 39 Linnsean 

Ewell Charlotte A. Miss, teacher Wyman 
primary school, boards 39 Linnsean 

Ewell James P., key maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 56 Franklin 

Ewell Thomas B.. salesman (27 Winter, 
B.), house 39 Linnsean 

Ewer Clara G., widow, boards 56 Austin 

Ewin Jennie H. Miss, clerk, 184 Cam- 
bridge, boards 72 do. 

Ewings Calvin, provisions, house 212£ 
North avenue 

Ewings Calvin H., clerk (Lowell depot, 
B.), boards 212^ North avenue 

FABRONIUS D. C, artist Riverside Press, 

boards Prospect House 
Fabyan Frances Miss, teacher Felton 

primary school, boards 924 Inman 

FABYAN JOSHUA E., livery 
stable, 51S and 520 Cambridge, house 
92i Inman 



Faccioli Ceazar, lithographer Riverside 

Press, house 95 Harvard 
Facey John F., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 46 Fairmont 
Facey John P., printer Riverside Press, 

house 46 Fairmont 
Fagan James, laborer, house 186 Green 
Fahey Edward, hostler, 677 Main, boards 

68 School 
Fahy John L., grocer, 120 Third, h. do. 
Fairbairn Andrew S., horse dealer, boards 

15 Seventh 
Fail bairn Catherine, wid. of John, house 

15 Seventh 
Fairbairn Geo. H., coach driver, boards 

15 Seventh 
Fairbairn John R., auctioneer, real estate 

agent and constable, 166 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Fairbank Alfred T., clerk (440 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 14 Plympton 
Fairbank Anna C, widow of Elbridge, 

house 14 Plympton 
Fairbank George E., house 14 Plympton 
Fairbanks Edwin, foreman John Reardon 

& Sous, house 42 Chestnut 
Fairbanks John A., Fairbanks' Flexible 

Bit Manufacturing Co., 384 Main, bds. 

87 Norfolk 
Fairbanks John W. (American Net and 

Twine Co.), Third, and (43 Commer- 
cial, B. ). house 110 North avenue 
Fairbanks Levi (M. Fairbanks & Co.), 

mineral waters, etc., Howard, house 

87 Norfolk 
Fairbanks Sarah, wid. of Nathaniel, bds. 

110 North avenue 
Fairchild John H. Mrs., teacher of draw- 
ing and painting.house 44 Mt. Auburn 
Fairfield Edward. T., carpenter (Navy 

yard. Charlestown), h. 71 Columbia 
Falaster Annie, widow of Joseph, house 

308 North avenue 
Falaster Josephine, dressmaker,308 North 

avenue, boards do. 
Falconer William, head gardener H. U. 

botanic garden, Raymond, house do. 
Fales Damon W., salesman, b. 4 Percy pi. 
Fales Helan H., trav. agent (132 South 

Market, B.), rooms 31 Norfolk 
Fallon Bernard, city laborer, house 99 

Brookline 
Fallon Bridget, widow, h. 222 Franklin 
Fallon Christopher, stone-cutter, Gore 

wharf, Third, house 234 Franklin 
Fallon Daniel, laborer, bds. 222 Franklin 
Fallon John, painter, 5 Palmer, house 32 

Charles River 
Fallon John, laborer, house 4S Fairmont 
Fallon John, laborer, house 47 Reed 
Fdllon John F., cooper Jaynes & Co., bds. 

99 Brookline 
Fallon Martin, painter, house 30 Banks 
Fallon Thomas, laborer, house 64. Grant 
Falls Alonzo B., engineer B. & L. R. R., 

house 95 Otis 
Fait Joseph, carpenter, h. 25 Hamilton 



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Falvey Michael, teamster A. McDonald, 
Mt. Auburn, house McDonald 

Falvy Michael, laborer, h. foot Dunster 

Falvy Michael, laborer B. <fe L. R. R. shop 

Farley Geo. O., teamster, h. 2 Hotel Clark 

Farley Gustavus, storage (370 Atlantic av., 
B.), house 16 Lowell 

Farley Joseph P., traveling salesman (B.), 
house 60 Pleasant 

Farlow Wm. G., Professor of Cryptogamic 
Botany H. U., rooms 30 Holyoke House 

Farmer Fred H., boards 14 Prospect 

Farmer Jesse, coppersmith (69 Merrimac, 
B.), house 14 Prospect 

Farmer Joseph B., steam-fitter, house rear 
159 Harvard 

Farmer Mason, well setter, b. 19 Brewery 

Farnham Aaron, commission merchant, 
boards 34 Ash 

Farnham Edwin, physician, 5 Hilliard, 
house do. 

Farnham George Y., teamster, 172 Pearl, 
house 16 Valentine 

Farnham James B., driver U. R. Co., bds. 
6 Harvard 

Farnsworth Chas. H., surgeon and homoeo- 
pathic physician, 170 Cambridge, h. do. 

Farnsworth John P., student H. U., rms. 
28 Stoughton Hall 

Farnsworth Walter P., upholsterer (172 
Tremont, B.), house rear 5 Hamilton 

Farnum Sylvester B., machinist, 72 Main, 
house 44 Winsor 

Farnum Gera F., express, 638 Main, and 
(State, corner Washington, B.}, house 
21 William 

Farphelia John T., shoemaker, 443 Main, 
house at Boston 

Farr William, spring bed manufacturer, 
Gore, house 59 Sixth 

Farracy John, laborer, house 19 Carson 

Farracy Patrick, house rear 9 Short 

Farrar Aurelia B. Mrs., intelligence office, 
and dressmaker, 5934, Main, house 32 
Prospect 

Farrar Henry A., boards 32 Prospect 

Farrar James, blacksmith, 270 North av., 
boards Walden 

Farrar John H., boarding-house, 141 Gore 

Farrar N. Frank, clerk, bds. 24 Farwell pi. 

Farrell Ellen Mrs., house Locust, near 
Holworthy 

Farrell Garrett, house 73 Inman 

Farrell John, carpenter, house Cushing ct. 

Farrell John, leather roller (73 Purchase, 
B.), house SS Spring 

Farrell John, blacksmith B. & L. R. R. 
shop, house at Somerville 

Farrell John H., inspector of milk and vin- 
egar, Central square building, West- 
ern avenue, house 73 Inman 

Farrell Martin, teamster, 28 Cambridge, 
house at Somerville 

Farrell Matthew, house 8 Hastings 

Farrell Matthew, laborer, h. 148 Charles 

Farrell Micah J., salesman (115 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 89 Auburn 



Farrell Michael, laborer, house Holwoithy 

near Locust 
Farrell Michael J., cigar maker, 513 Main, 

boards 45 Winsor 
Farrell Murtagh, carpenter, house Locust, 

near Holworthy [block, Main 

Farrell Thomas, peddler, house 8 Rogers 
Farrington D.,at F. H. Holmes Furniture 

Co., boards at Charlestown 
Farrington Elmira C, widow of Josiah C. 

R, house 894 Main 
Farrington John A., driver, 31 Elm, boards 

105 Columbia 
Farrington Thomas F., bookbinder (47 

Franklin, B. ), house 100 Hampshire 
Fan-is Augustus, coffin maker, 203 Bridge 
Farry Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 

rear 29 Winthrop 

FARWELL BERTRAM H., flo- 
rist, 273 North avenue, house do. 

Farwell Charles H., restaurant and board- 
ing house, 5 Prospect, house 6 do. 

Farwell Eugene, driver (Milk, cor. Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 12 Brookline 

Farwell George F.. teamster (Milk, corner 
Washington, B.), house 12 Brookline 

Farwell Henry G., student, 569 Main, bds. 
114 Prospect 

Farwell James K., superintendent Cam- 
bridge cemetery, house 273 North av. 

Farwell Joseph R., commission merchant 
(30 Commerce, B.), house 114 Prospect 

Farwell Stephen T. Mrs., house 101 Trow- 
bridge, 

Fatal John J., clerk TJ. S. Treasury (B.), 
house 7 Lincoln 

Faulkner \C. A. (P. Underwood & Co.), 
grocer, 321 No. av., h. at Somerville 

Faulkner George, carmaker, h. 19 DeWolf 

Faulkner Herbert K., student Scientific 
school, boards 713 Cambridge 

Faulkner William, laborer, b. 19 DeWolf 

Faulkner Winthrop H., clerk, 341 North 
avenue, house at Somerville 

Fawcet Robert, teamster, 111 Bridge, h. 
3 East 

Fawcett Charles, H., boards 21 Avon 

Fawcett John N., carriage painter, boards 
42 School 

Fawcett Samuel H., house 21 Avon 

Faxon Asaph T., butcher, h. 1 Lincoln ct. 

Faxon Daniel, horse-shoer, 18 Cambridge, 
house 112 Fourth 

Faxon Harriet A. Miss, house 25 Prospect 

Faxon Walter, assistant in Zoological Lab- 
oratory, Museum of Comparative Zo- 
ology H. U., rooms 32 Felton building 

Faxon William, student H. U., rooms 42 
Holyoke House 

Fay Andrew, painter, rooms 99 Spring 

Fay Bartholomew, laborer, house. 14 Cam- 
bridge [Little's block 

Fay Dudley B., student H. U., rooms 12 

Fay Edward, trader, house 70 School 

Fay Frank B., student H. IL, rooms 28 
College House 

Fay Isaac Mrs., house 59 Antrim 



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Fay James, bolt maker, h. 35 Webster av. 
Fay James, cooper, house 28 Hastings 
Fay Maria D. Miss, house 10 Garden 
Fay Thomas H., house 57 Winsor 
Fay en John L., gardener, h. 11 Holly av. 
Fee John, stonecutter, house Holworthy, 

near Belmont 
Fee Thomas, coachman, 4 Kirkland place, 

house 47 Baldwin 
Fee Thomas, laborer, house 7 Water 
Feeley John, paincer, boards 2 Sands 

FEELEY 31. A., painter, 642 Main, 
house 2 Sands 

Feeley Patrick, shoemaker, 91 Main, bds. 
48 Broadway 

Feeley Philip, house 2 Sands 

Feenau John S., proof-reader " Traveler'' 
(31 State, B.), house 8 Marvin place 

Feeney Hugh, ' blacksmith, house Hol- 
worthy, corner Locust 

Feisler August, cigar-maker, 132 Cam- 
bridge, boards Spring, near Third 

Felix Estacio R., hair-dresser, 460 Cam- 
bridge, house 468 do. 

Felker John C, foreman, 54 Bridge, bds. 
at Boston 

Felker Lisette H. (Winn & Felker), dress- 
maker, 473 Main, boards do. 

Felkin William Csign painter (114 Wa- 
ter, B. ), house 11 River 

Fell Thomas, cooper, h. Squires blk., Gore 

Fellows Charles M. Mrs., house 28 Mellen 

Fellows Cyrus, house 97 Concord avenue 

Fellows Frank C. (Wyeth & Fellows), 
gents' furnishing goods, etc., 456 Har- 
vard, house 28 Mellen 

Fellows Henry T. (42 Pearl, B.), house 
Elm, corner Davenport 

Fellows John H., brush manufacturer (35 
Exchange, B.), house 72 Fourth 

Fellows Joseph, assistant foreman, 368 
Main, house 4 Eaton 

Fellows Lydia M., widow of John H., h. 
106 Ellery [51 Market 

Fellows Oshea P., cracker dealer, house 

Fellows William, driver, 564 Main, boards 
22 Brookline [Beck Hall 

Fellows Wm. G , student H. XL, rooms 34 

Felt Charles W., salesman (60 Commerce, 
B. ), house 110 Washington 

Felt C. Leslie, tmveling salesman (X. H.), 
boards 110 Washington 

Felt Frances, boards 39 Waldea 

Felt Geo. W., horse-shoer, 18 Cambridge, 
house at Somerville 

Felt G. M., conductor U. R. Co., house at 
Somerville [Somerville 

Felt I. G., conductor TJ. R. Co., house at 

Felt John B., packer, 624 Main, house 5 
Ashburton place 

Feltman Charles D., mason, h. 1 Eaton 

Fenelon Michael F., apothecary (206 Cam- 
bridge, B.), and (10 Union sq., Somer- 
ville), house 15S£ Otis 

Fenleyson Kenneth, gardener Botanic Gar- 
den, bds. Raymond, Botanic Garden 

Fenn William Lyman Mrs., h. 12 Pine 



Fenn William W., student H. U., boards 
S62 Main 

Fennelly James, porter (231 Franklin, B.), 
house 508 Cambridge 

Fenner Mary E., widow of Edwin E. , house 
79 Pleasant [79 Pleasant 

Fenner Frederick O., laborer H. U., bds. 

Fenner Frank T.. furniture mover Work 
& Hayward, boards 79 Pleasant 

Fennessey Michael, cooper, house 167 
Thorn dike 

Fenton Nathaniel (X. Fenton & Co.), 
spring beds, 137 Gore, house do. 

Fenton X. & Co. (Xathaniel Fenton), mat- 
tress and spring bed mnfrs., 137 Gore 

Ferdinand Jasper F.. second-hand goods 
(19 Portland, B.), house SO Green 

Ferdinand Lorrin W., hardware (267 Fed- 
eral, B.), house 80 Green 

Fergeson Bennett S. (Fergeson Bros.), 
baker, 79 and 1S4 Cambridge, b. 79 do. 

FERGESOX BROTHERS (James 
G. and Bennett S. Fergeson), bakers, 

79 and 184 Cambridge 
Fergeson Jas. G. (Fergeson Bros.), baker, 

79 and 184 Cambridge, bds. 79 do. 
Ferguson C. C. Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 

637 Main, boards SQ Pleasant " 
Ferguson Ellen F., widow of Wm., house 

122 Brookline 
Ferguson Matthew A., boots and shoes, 

4S6 Cambridge, house do. 
Ferguson Sarah, wid. of Wm., h. 6 Walden 
Ferguson Thomas T., constable, 6 Walden, 

house do. 
Ferguson William J., carriage-maker, 232 

Xorth avenue, bds. at Somerville 
Ferguson William W., cabinet-maker, 44 

Cambridge, house at Chelsea 
Fern Otis L., liquors (95 Union, B.), house 

56 Western avenue 
Fernald Frank C, student H. U., rooms 

6 Hollis Hall [vard 

Fernald Frederick, plumber, h. 185 Har- 
Fernald Frederick A., student H. TJ., rms. 

18 College House 
Fernald John L., carpenter Rhoades build- 
ing, house at Somerville 
Fernauce Louiza, widow, house 119 Gore 
Ferreira Frank J., hairdresser, 101 Cam- 
bridge, boards at Somerville 
Ferrin Stephen A., file mnfr. [537 Albany, 

B.), house 9 Rockwell 
Ferris Edward, clerk (B.), bds. 42 Spring 
Ferris Frank F., pressman L'niversity 

Press, rooms 4 Holyoke 
Ferris Hannah Miss (32 Merchants row, 

B. ), rooms 42 Spring 
Ferris Lawrence, clerk (56 Fulton, B.), 

house 42 Spring 
Ferris Lynde R., student H. TJ., rooms 51 

Thayer Hall 
Ferris Thomas, peddler, h. 32 Harding 
Ferry James, student, boards 127 Elm 
Ferry John, bookbinder (B.), b. 127 Elm 
Ferry Patrick, laborer house 127 Elm 
Fertas Joseph, laborer, h. 7 Jefferson 



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Fessenden Albert F. (114 State, B.), boards 
153 Mt. Auburn 

Fessenden Benjamin, house 17 Walden 

Fessenden Charles L., dry goods (156 Han- 
Over, B.), house 27 Prospect 

Fessenden Edward M., bds. 27 Prospect 

Fessenden Emily F. Miss, teacher Shepard 
grammar school, boards 17 Walden 

Fessenden Lucy O., teacher Reed Kinder- 
garten school, boards 17 Walden 

Fessenden Stephen D., bds. 51 Dana 

Fessenden Thos. A. D. Mrs., b. 51 Dana 

Fewkes J. Walter, in charge of Kadi?(es 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, bds. 
10 Day [Cambridge 

Fichaux Louis, wood-carver, house 70 

Fichtner Andrew, baker, 442 Cambridge, 
house 118 Webster avenue 

Fickett Henry P., calker (E. B.), house 49 
Pino 

Fickett William, florist, bcls. 49 Pine 

Field Chas. M., studeut H. U., rooms 18 
Appian-way [25 State 

Field Chairncy H., machinist, 72 Main, h. 

Field Franklin, machinist, 72 Main, boards 
25 State 

Field George, painter, 14 Church 

Field George G. (28 State, room 15, B ), 
house 9 Chauncy [18H Harvard 

Field John, brass finisher, 3(58 Main, bds. 

Field Rhoderic D., driver Cambridge Laun- 
dry, house 17 Hamilton 

Field Walter W., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 
25 Sate [h. 25 State 

Field Zarina, widow of Franklin, nurse, 

Field, see Fields 

Fielding Dennis J., glass maker, h. 83 Vine 

Fields Chas. R., driver, 12 Green, house at 
South Boston 

Fields Israel, house 8 Berkshire place 

Fife James H., hack driver, Church, boards 
34 Brattle [114 Pearl 

Fifield Geo. E., gilder (S3 Sudbury, B.), h. 

Fifield James H., salesman (178 Washing- 
ton, B.). house 114 Pearl 

Fifield John F., conductor U. R. Co., house 
114 Pearl [114 Pearl 

Fifield Sarah M., widow of Geo. W., h. 

Fifield Valzora Mrs., house 464 Main 

Fillebrown Amos, boards 131 Cambridge 

Fillebrown Caroline Miss, boards 131 Cam- 
bridge [h. 10 Upton 

Fillebrown Elizabeth, widow of James, 

Fillebrown Hannah, widow of Leonard, 
boards 42 Coggswell avenue 

Fillebrown Henry A., conductor U. R. 
Co., boards G Emmons place 

Fillebrown Mary, widow of Chas., house 
69 In man [Cambridge 

Fillebrown Samuel, painter, house 453 

Fillebrown William, boots and shoes (67 
Green, B.), house 111 Inman 

Fillmore Nicholas, carpenter, house 60 
Pleasant [h. 167 Prospect 

Fillmore Wellington, carpenter, 12 Austin, 

Finan James, core-maker, Pelham, house 
60 Broadway 



Finerty John, house 53 Charles 

Finley Michael J., glass-blower, house 6 

AVinter [Main, h. Deacon 

Finley Patrick, hostler U. R. Co. stable, 201 
Finn Henry W., cabinet-maker, Rhoades 

building, State, house 6 Erie 
Finn John, laborer, house 15 Hayes court 
Finnan James, laborer, 158 North avenue, 

house at Somerville 
Finnange Joseph, fisherman, h. 35 Vine 
Finnegan David, blacksmith, boards 364 

North avenue [Baldwin pi. 

Finnegan Helen, widow of Charles, h. 2 
Finnegan Margaret, widow of John, house 

53 Spruce [h. do. 

Finnegan Margaret, groceries, 137 Bridge, 
Finnegan Michael, laborer, house Locust, 

near Cushinjr 
Finnegan, see Finnigan 
Finneran Martin, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 23 Allston 
Finneran Micbacl, hostler John Reardon 

& Sons, house 5 Valentine 
Finneran Patrick, teamster John Reardon 

& Sons, house 6 Lopez 
Finneran Patrick, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 275 Putnam avenue 
Finneran William, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, boards 23 Allston 
Finnerty Margaret, wid., h. r. 134 B'dway 
Finnerty Thomas, coachman, 400 Broad- 
way, house 6 Antrim 
Finnev Catharine, widow of Thomas, 

house 391 Main 
Finney Edward J., brass-finisher (B.), 

house 391 Main 
Finney Mary, widow of James, h.391 Main 
Finnick Joseph, city-lamplighter, house 2 

Garden court 
Finnick Richard, horse-dealer, h. 16 Lopez 
Finnigan Daniel, blacksmith, boards rear 

427 Cambridge 
Finnigan Hannah, widow, h. 231 Franklin 
Finnigan Hugh, blacksmith, h. 192 Norfolk 
Finnigan Jeremiah, blacksmith, 454 Main, 

boards 192 Norfolk 
Finnigan John, house r. 427 Cambridge 
Finnigan John F., confectioner, 245 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Finnigan, see Finnegan [court 

Finucen John, cabinet-maker, h. 5 Mullin 
Firman Burton M., student H. U., rooms 

45 H dyoke House 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, Benjamin Tilton, 
president, Main, corner Prospect 
Firth Joseph, cooper, boards 374 Main 
Fischer Ferdinand, currier, Tannery, 

house 380 North avenue 
Fischer Lawrence, currier, house Tan- 
nery, 2d on right 
Fischer William F., bookkeeper F. Fis- 
cher, Tannery, bds. 380 North avenue 
Fish B. Edsou, com. trav., h. 5 Shepard 
Fish Florestan, sub-carrier Cambridge 
P. O., 7 Harvard row, boards 49 
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Fish Frederick P., lawyer (40 Water, B.), 

boards 24 North avenue 
Fish Isaac EL, confectioner (413 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 64 River 
Fish Moses W., house 44 Cottage 
Fisher Charles, foreman Cambridge 

Chronicle, 573 Main 
Fisher Charles, teamster, h. 29 Winthrop 
Fisher Charles F., fish, 8 Inman square, 

house at Somerville 
Fisher Charles F., milkman, 66 Pleasant, 

boards 21 Magazine 
Fisher Cornelius W., foreman decorating 
department N. E. Glass Works, house 
97 Otis 
Fisher Frederick E., milkman, 66 Pleas- 
ant, boards 21 Magazine 
Fisher George, director Cambridge Con- 
servatory of Music, 4 Lee, h. 721 Main 
Fisher George C, student H. U., rooms 5 

Linden 
Fisher Harry J., clerk (B.), bds. 6 Brewer 
Fisher Harry W., pocket-book maker, 105 

Magazine, house at Boston 
Fisher Henry, molder H. M. Bird, house 

188 Broadway 
Fisher John J. F., clerk, boards 6 Brewer 
Fisher Sydney G., law student, rooms 20 
Proscott [6 Brewer 

Fisher Thomas J., clerk, 8 Brighton, bds. 
Fishner Andrew, baker, h. 118 Webster av. 
Fisk James C, treasurer (87 Milk, B.), 

house 32 Quincy 
Fisk Susan Miss, house 22 Worcester 
Fiske Charles A. Mrs., house 9 Clinton 
Fiske Frederick A. P., student H. XL, 

rooms at Somerville 
Fiske Hannah, widow of James, house 

rear 112 Columbia 
Fiske John, author, house 22 Berkeley 
Fiske John' M., special deputy collector 

(Custom House, B.), h. 139 Oxford 
Fiske John W., student H. U., rooms 2 

Divinity Hall 
Fiske Sally F., widow of John, house 28 

Chestnut 
Fiske Wm. B., student H. U., b. 9 Clinton 
Fitch Abel, teamster and farmer, house 

331 North avenue 
Fitch Alamanzo B., provisions (15 Dock 

square, B.), bouse 59 Pleasant 
Fitch Amasa, cooperage stock, h. 76 Sixth 
Fitch Edwin, marble-polisher, house 5 

Berkshire 
Fitch J., 54 Bridge 
Fitch Myra Miss, dressmaker, Porter's 

Hotel, boards do. 
Fitcham Edwin A., house 23 Walden 
Fitman Thomas, sand-paperer, boards 134 

Thorndike 
Fitton James H., clerk F. R. R. depot 

(B.), house rear 124 Otis 
Fitton John, regulator, 162 Broadway, 

house at West Somerville 
Fitz Daniel F., counselor (41 Tremont, 

B.), house 69 Oxford 
Fitz Frank E., student, rms. 18 Weld Hall 



Fitz Franklin, shipping and com. mer. 

(51 Commercial, B.)^ house 152 Austin 

Fitz Philip, ship-broker and com. mer. 

(51 Commercial, B.), h. 28 Hamilton 

Fitzgerald Cornelius, carpenter, house 

rear 53 Charles 
Fitzgerald Edward, harness-maker, house 

19 Beaver 
Fitzgerald Honora, widow of Maurice, 

house rear 42 Washington 
Fitzgerald Honora, widow of John, house 

84 Third 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. 3 Nichols pi. 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. 113 Third 
Fitzgerald James, painter, house 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald James H, pressman University 

Press, boards 21 Lopez 

Fitzgerald John, laborer, h. 189 Spruce 

Fitzgerald John E., iron-molder,368 Main, 

house 46 Washington [Eighth 

Fitzgerald John M., teamster, house 22 

Fitzgerald John W., laborer, b. 140 Dublin 

Fitzgerald Mary-, widow, house 26 Sparks 

street place [35 Harvey 

Fitzgerald Mary, widow of Michael, house 

Fitzgerald Mary A., dressmaker, 123 Elm, 

house do. [Franklin 

Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer, house 247 

Fitzgerald Michael, blacksmith U. R. Co., 

Dunster, house 8 Emmons place 
Fitzgerald Michael, carpenter, h. 172 Third 
Fitzgerald Michael, varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

house at Boston 
Fitzgerald Patrick, gardener Wm. Read 

jr., house 7 Donnell 
Fitzgerald Patrick, clerk (B.),b. 91 Third 
Fitzgerald Patrick, fisherman, h. 91 Third 
Fitzgerald Patrick J., laborer,h. 116 Dublin 
Fitzgerald Richard A., teas, h. 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald Wm., clerk (B.), bds. 92 Third 
Fitzgibbons John, helper B. & M. R. R. 

shop, house rear 16 Winter 
Fitzmaurice John, laborer, h.254 Franklin 
Fitzmaurice Michael, coachman, 81 Maga- 
zine, house 48 Anderson 
Fitzmaurice Thomas, junk, h. 98 Third 

FITZ PATRICK ALFRED, plan- 
ing, sawing and molding mill, Rhoades 
building, State, house 120 Pearl 
Fitzpatrick Frank, agent (B.), h. 109 Otis 
Fitzpatrick Frank, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 
Fitzpatrick George, brush maker, 12 

Gore, rooms 11 Second 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, h. 8 McCabe 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, h. r. 411 Cam- 
bridge 
Fitzpatrick James, mason, h. 107 Gore 
Fitzpatrick James, provisions, 2 Gore, b. 
80 Otis [b. 411 do. 

Fitzpatrick James B., clerk, 408 Camb'ge, 
Fitzpatrick John, printer University Press, 

boards 30 Mt. Auburn 
Fitzpatrick Martin, laborer, h. 188 Norfolk 
Fitzpatrick Michael, teamster Wm. Rear- 
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Fitzpatrick Patrick, house Holworthy, 

near Locust 
Fitzsiramons James, laborer, boards J. 

Duteau's, Walden 
Fitzsimmons John, laborer, h. 208 Franklin 
Fitzsimmons John, glass packer, house 

115 Elm 
Fix Augustus W., wood carver, house 12 

Winter 
Flack Mathias. baker, 912 Main, house 

5 Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Flagg Bernard W., student H. U., bds. 10 

Concord avenue 
Flagg James H., grocer (Watertown), 

house Cushiug, near Belmont 
Flagg John P., com. mer. (49 Federal, B.), 

house 18 Fayette 
Flagg John P. jr. (56 Franklin, B.), boards 

18 Fayette [Gray's Hall 

Flagg Joshua G., student H. U., rooms 3 
Flagg Wilson, author, h. 10 Concord av. 
Flagg. see Flaig 
Flaherty Dennis, cabinet-maker, 54 Bridge, 

house 69 Third 
Flaherty Elizabeth Miss, house 94 Fifth 
Flahertv Hannah, widow of James, house 

49 Fifth 
Flaherty James, boards 49 Fifth 
Flaherty John, stone-cutter, 19 Main, 

house 93 Fifth 
Flaherty Martin, draw-tender, h. 7 Otter 
Flaherty Michael, painter, h. 4 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River 
Flaherty Patrick, blacksmith, b. 49 Fifth 
Flaherty Peter, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Flaherty Thomas, baker, 502 Main, house 

7 Austin 
Flaig Simon, jeweler, 112 Cambridge, 

house 56 Spring 
Flaig, see Flagg 
Flaischer Frederick, laborer C. H. North 

6 Co., house rear 15 Seventh 
Flanagan Ann, widow of Thomas, house 

HTuttle 
Flanagan Anthony, rubber worker, boards 

10 Broadway 
Flanagan Edward T., bookkeeper Globe 

National bank (40 State, B. ), house 

Mt. Pleasant [Auburn 

Flanagan James W., teamster, b. 211 Mt. 
Flanagan John, gardener, 15 Oxford, 

house 2 Nichols place 
Flanagan John, hostler, 120 Green, house 

200 Franklin 
Flanagan John, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 257 Franklin 
Flanagan Margaret Mrs., house 211 Mt. 

Auburn 
Flanagan Mary, widow, h. 200 Franklin 
Flanagan Mary Mrs., h. Woodlawn, near 

Gushing 
Flanagan Mary A. Mrs., h. 1 Conlon court 
Flanagan Michael, carpenter, h. 50 Portl'd 
Flanagan Patrick, boiler maker, 92 Main, 

house 1 Fosters block, 87 Main 
Flanders Addie E. Miss, teacher (Arling- 
ton), boards 320 North avenue 



Flanders Asa W.. conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 320 North avenue 
Flanders Edmund G., carpenter, house 4 

Mead [b. do. 

Flanders Frederick A., grocer, 63 River, 
Flanders Moses G., driver U. R. Co., 

house 320 North avenue 
Flanders Wm. H., salesman (27 Winter, 

B. ) , boards 304 Harvard 
Flannery Bridget, widow, h. r. 47 Vine 
Flannery John, piano-stool maker, 

Rhoades building, State, h. at Boston 
Fleagor Catherine, widow, h. 188 Harvard 
Fleet Benjamin R., key finisher, house 24 

School street court 
Fleet James, laborer, 382 Main 
Fleet Wm., key finisher, 139 Broadway, 

house 225, room 7, do. 
Fleischer Fred., laborer, house 113 Elm 
Fleisham Charles, butcher, h. 177 Spring 
Fleming Augustus (Custom House, B.), 

boards 648 Cambridge 
Fleming George, book stamper Riverside 

Press 
Fleming Henry, foreman of reed makers, 

162 Broadway, house at Newton 
Fleming J^rnes J., molder, h. 130 Harvard 
Fleming John, boilermaker, 72 Main 
Fleming John, laborer, house 17 Tuttle 
Fleming John, cabinet maker, 3S4 Main, 

ho^se 64 Hampshire 
Fleming Mary C. Mrs., hairdresser, house 

11 River 
Fleming Moses, teamster, h. 120 Winsor 
Fleming Patrick, porter, 598 Main, b. do. 
Fleming, see Flemming 
Flemming Geo. N., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 11 Jay 
Flemming John, wheelwright, 232 North 

av., h. Regent, near North avenue 
Flemmiug J. H., iron moldei', 3(58 Main 
Flemming Mary J., widow of Robert F., 

house Crescent, 3d on left from Oxford 
Flemming Natha'l, laborer, h. 34 Willow 
Flemming Thomas, carpenter, h. 55 North 
Flemming, see Fleming 
Fletcher Edmund, foreman C. W. H. Moul- 

ton & Co., Gore, b. at Somerville 
Fletcher Grace W. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school 
Fletcher Jessie, student H. TJ., rooms 3 

Weld Hall 
Fletcher John D., carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

repair shop, house 57 Columbia 
Fletcher Mary C. Miss, h. 38 North avenue 
Fletcher Reuel H., master Thorndike 

grammar school, house 144 Cambridge 
Fletcher Walter W., carpenter, house 53 

Holyoke 
Fletcher William K., homeopathic physi- 
cian, 233 North avenue, house do. 
Flett David, salesman (477 Washington, 

B.), house 44 Putnam avenue 
Flewelling John K., carpenter, boards 

674, Western avenue 
Flinn Arthur M., clerk (24 Summer, B.), 

house Chestnut, corner Acorn 



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Flint Clarissa, widow of Edmund, house 

rear 101 Cambridge [Chauncy 

Flint Francis, teas (32 Broad, B.), house 8 
Flood Edward, tin-peddler, house rear 189 

Hampshire 
Flood Francis H.. peddler, h. 89 Tremont 
Flood Margaret Miss, house 51 Gore 
Flood Patrick, laborer, 153 Putnam av., 

house 148 Pleasant 
Flood William M., picture-frame maker 

(B.), boards rear 1(38 Cambridge 
Flowers William C, physician, 27 Austin. 

house do. 
Flowers William H. jr., clerk adjutant 

general's office (State House, B.J, h. 

arsenal grounds, Garden, c. Chauncy 
Floyd Elizabeth, widow of Baruch C, h. 

181 i Harvard 
Flynn Bartholomew, coachman, 299 Har- 
vard, house 35 West 
Flynn Bernard, laborer, house 35 Donnell 
Flynn Daniel C, marble-cutter, boards 35 

Donnell 
Flynn Edward, baker, house 36 Warren 
Flynn Edward F., house 94 Third 
Flynn Francis, cooper, boards 56 Second 
Flynn Frank, potter, boards Harvey, near 

Montgomery [way 

Flynn Henry, brass-molder, h. 163 Broad- 
Flynn Henry, clerk (B.), house 4 Short 
Flynn James, shoemaker, h. 162 Franklin 
Flynn John, cooper, house rear 30 Gore 
Flynn John F., machinist, house 150 Elm 
Flynn Julia, widow of Michael, house 2, 

rear 134 Broadway 
Flynn J. T., laborer, 368 Main 
Flynn Margaret, widow, house 58 Norfolk 
Flynn Michael, teamster William Midler, 

boards 381 North avenue 
Flynn Patrick, cooper, house 154 Prospect 
Flynn Thomas, teamster, h. 381 North av. 
Flynn Thomas, teamster (B.), h. 7 Decatur 
Flynn Thomas, mason, house 150 Elm 
Flynn Thomas F., book-canvasser (30 Han- 
over, B.), house 4 Harrison 
Flynn Timothy, teamster, bds. 35 Donnell 
Flynn William, laborer, 368 Main, house 

88 Webster avenue 
Fobes Annie S., widow of Edward, house 

Mount Pleasant, 4th on right 
Fobes Daniel, house 11 Orchard 
Fobes Edwin F., clerk (9.6 Sudbury, B.), 

boards 11 Orchard 
Fobes, see Forbes 
Fogarty James E., cashier (57 Franklin, 

B.), house 210 Putnam avenue 
Fogarty Robert, finisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 210 Putnam avenue 
Fogarty Sarah G., teacber Emerson pri- 
mary school (Boston), boards 210 

Putnam avenue 
Fogarty, see Fogerty 
Fogelberg Carl, organ-maker, 624 Main, 

house 29 Prince [Appian-way 

Fogerty Ellen Miss, seamstress, house 7 
Fogerty George F., machinist (B.), house 

Hawkins block, Charles 



Fogerty Geo. F., machinist, boards 390£ 

Cambridge 
Fogerty Ilsley M., clerk East Cambridge 

P. O., 98 Cambridge, bds. at Maiden 
Fogerty James, architect, 2 Hyde block, 

603 Main, house 390£ Cambridge 
Fogerty Margaret, widow, h. 353 Cainb'ge 
Fogg Charles H., draughtsman ,b. 51 Third 
Fogg Ebenezer, carpenter Revere Sugar 

Refinery, house 90 Gore 
Fogg Edwin, machinist, 203 Bridge, house 

51 Third 
Fogg Frank W., boots and shoes (125. Fed- 
eral, B. ), house 20 Coggswell avenue 
Fogg Geo. E.. salesman, 203 Bridge, boards 

51 Third 
Fogg G. H., conductor U. R. Co. 
Fogg Hiram E., regulator, 162 Broadway, 

house 233 Broadway, room 2 
Fogg Rebecca, widow of Jesse, house 68 

Mount Auburn 
Fogg, see Forg 
Foley Benjamin F., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 32| Banks [Vine 

Foley Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. 2 
Foley Catherine, widow, house 169 Bridge 
Foley Honora, widow, house 31 Dunster 
Foley Daniel J., laborer, house 5 Clay 
Foley Dennis, bookbinder Riverside Press, 

house 32| Banks 
Foley James, junk, house 42 Jefferson 
Foley John, laborer, house 22 Sparks 
Foley John, laborer B. & L. R. R., house 

127^- Bridge [83 Wendell 

Foley John G., printer (31 State, B.), h. 
Foley John J., carpenter, h. 150 Spruce 
Foley John J., laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 275 Putnam avenue 
Foley John M., upholsterer, h. 339 Main 
Foley Mary, widow of Bartholomew,house 

rear 55 Amory 
Foley Mary Miss, house Dailey alley 
Foley Michael, laborer, house 15 Sparks 
Foley Michael P., laborer, house 17 Foster 
Foley Patrick, gardener, house Cushing, 

near Belmont 
Foley Patrick J., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, Bridge, house at Boston 
Foley Peter G., millinery goods, 494 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Foley Thomas, brush-maker, h. 77 Fifth 
Foley Thomas H., glass-engraver (B.), 

boards 2 Vine 
Foley T., helper, 17 Main 
Folger Geo. H., secretary Boston Board of 

Marine underwriters, 18 Merchants 

Exchange (55 State, B.), h. 139 Austin 
Folk Sarah Jane, wid. of Jeremiah, house 

23 Brewery 
Folk Walter S., waiter, bds. 23 Brewery 
Follen Ann, widow of Patrick,, house 128£ 

Brookline 
Follen John, laborer, h. 4G Washington 
Follen John, painter, 14 Church, bds. 6| 

Grant [Belmont 

Follen Patrick, teamster, h. Jackson, n. 
Follen Thomas, laborer, house 67 Amory 



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Follensbee Benj. A., organ maker, 624 
Main, house 104 Inman 

Follins John, machinist, 368 Main, house 
118 Columbia 

Follins William, machinist, 368 Main 

Folsom Charles Mrs., house 19 Berkeley 

Folsom Chas. D., clerk (524 Washington, 
B.), house 113 Otis 

Folsom Chas. E., bookkeeper (117 Devon- 
shire. B.), boards 113 Otis 

Folsom Chas. W., civil engineer, house 19 
Berkeley 

Folsom Dudley, stone contractor (Quin- 
cy), house 54 Pleasant 

Folsom James N., salesman (71 Summer, 
B.), house 39 Pleasant 

Folsom Mark J., capt. night police, house 
32 Warland 

Folsom Norton, physician, 404 Harvard, 
boards 19 Berkeley 

Folsom Samuel H., assistant register of 
probate, Court House, house at Win- 
chester [Stoughton Hall 

Folsom Win. H., student H. U., rooms 4 

Folsom Win. N., traveling salesman (71 
Summer, B.), house 61 Chestnut 

Fonseca Phineas, cigar manufacturer, 537 
Main, house 1 Rollins court 

Foote Geo. L., banker (2 Congress square 
and 7 Congress, B.), h. 352 Harvard 

Foote John, hacktnan, boards 11 McCabe 

Foote Josephine B. Mrs., h, 8 Sacramento 

Foote Warren E., boards 8 Sacramento 

Foran Nicholas, laborer, house 17 Wyeth 

Forbes Andrew J., agent (Bowker, B.), 
house 103 Otis 

Forbes Annie E. Mrs., variety store, 113i 
Pleasant, house do. 

Forbes Bridget, grocer, 65 Brookline.h.do. 

Forbes Frank A., painter, 660 Main, house 
113* Pleasant 

Forbes Henry D., bookkeeper (3 Mer- 
chants row, B.), house 315 Broadway 

Forbes Thomas, trader, h. 65 Brookline 

Forbes Wm. W., real estate (31 Exchange, 
B.), house 114 Inman 

Forbes, see Fobes 

Ford Anna P. Miss, clerk treasurer's of- 
fice U. R. Co., boards 76 Green 
FORD AUSTIN, granite, 17 Main, 
house 3 Rogers block, Main 

Ford Calvin, collector, house 76 Green 

Ford Daniel, switchman B. & L. R. R.. h. 
3 Short [Hamilton 

Ford Geo. R., painter, 1 Dunster, bds. 29 

Ford Hugh A., laborer, h. 245 Mt. Auburn 

Ford James C, student H. U. 

Ford Jeremiah, gate tender B. & L. R. R„ 
Prison Point bridge, h. 149 Bridge 

Ford Jeremiah D., painter, 54 Cambridge, 
house 1 Spring place 

Ford John, laborer, h. 411 Cambridge 

Ford John, laborer, house 14 Hayes court 

Ford John, laborer, house 62 Amory 

Ford John H.( John Ford & Son), printer, 
1 Dunster, house 36 Erie 

Ford John J., plasterer, house 117 Spring 



Ford John M., clerk B. & A. R. R. shop 

(Allston), house 88 Pleasant 
Ford John & Son (John H. Ford), print- 
ers, 1 Dun>ter, cor. Harvard square 
Ford Mary A., wid. of Howard J., house 

29 Hamilton [Bridge 

Ford Michael, laborer B. & L. R. R.,h.l48 
Ford Sarah B. C, widow of John, house 

78 Magazine 
Ford William, hack driver, 43 Cambridge, 

boards 148 Bridge 
Ford William, hostler, 229 Cambridge, 

house 32 Harding 
Ford William H., bookkeeper (26 Central, 

B.), house ISTremont 
Ford William H., printer, 1 Dunster, bds. 

36 Erie [Daileys alley 

Foren Patrick, laborer B. & L. R. R., h. 
Foreside Wm. J., teamster, h. 159 Winsor 
Forg Albert, carver F. Geldowsky Furni- 
ture Co., boards at Somerville 
Forg Herman, bookkeeper, h. 96 Inman 
Forg, see Fogg 
Forknall Reuben, action maker, 162 

Broadway, h. at Newton [Banks 

Forrest James, painter, 14 Church, h. 37 
Forrest John M., painter, 34 Mill, boards 

69i Mt. Auburn 
Forrest John M., painter, bds. 8 Banks 
Forrest Lawrence, painter, 32 Flagg, h.do. 
Forrest Robert, painter, 16 Brighton, h. 

8 Banks [8 Banks 

Forrest Robert E., painter, 14 Church, b. 
Forristall Arthur, boards 23 Prospect 
Forristall Jas. B., express, b. 23 Prospect 
Forristall Joseph, express (127 Congress, 

B.), house 23 Prospect 
Fors C. A., machinist, 368 Main 
Forsyth James, laborer, h. 3 Decatur ct. 
Forsyth James jr., cooper Geopper Bros., 

house 3 Decatur court 
Forsyth Jos., laborer, h. 6 Cowperthwaite 
Fortier Thomas, blacksmith B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house at Boston 
Fortune James D., carpenter, h. 7 Blanche 
Fortune Jas. R., tinsmith, 605 Main,house 

94 Winsor 
Fortune Wm., laborer, h. 60 Putnam av. 
Fosdick Caroline W., wid., h. 10 Tufts 
Fosdick Oliver G., mariner, h. 43 Pleasant 
Fosdick Wm. B., house 44 William 
Foss Benjamin D., carpenter, h. 23 Cherry 
Foss Edmund F., carpenter, h. r. 125 Pearl 
Foss Geo. A., compositor University Press, 

rooms 44 Mt. Auburn 
Foss George W. W., sailmaker (114 Com- 
mercial, B.). house 12 Winsor 
Foss Wm. H., driver chemical engine No. 

1, Central sq. bldg., Western av.,h. do. 
Foster Calvin H. (AYhittemore & Foster), 

provisions, 29 Brattle, boards 139 Mt. 

Auburn 
Foster Catherine B. Miss, h. 7 Kirkland 
Foster Chas. E., printer University Press, 

house 29 Holyoke 
Foster Chas. H. W., student H.U.,rms. 43 

Weld Hall 



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Foster Eben B., clerk (87 State, B.), bouse 
340 Broadway 

Foster Eben B. Mrs., h. 340 Broadway 

Foster Edwin K., clerk (25 Winter, B.), 
boards 11 Sixth [47 Winsor 

Foster Elizabeth J., widow of Chas., house 

Foster E., at F. M. Holmes Furniture Co., 
boards at Boston 

Foster Francis C, counselor (8 Congress, 
B.), house 15 Oxford 

Foster Frank K., printer University Press, 
house 10 Wendell 

Foster F. PL, printer University Press, 
boards 50 Trowbridge 

Foster George W., house 76 Inman 

Foster Henry, bookbinder (50 Bromfield, 
B.), house 4 Gore 

Foster Hiram T., bookbinder (25 Arch, B.), 
boards Mrs. M. C. Foster's, Vine 

Foster Hosea J., piano action maker, bds. 
47 Winsor [b. 25 Hudson 

Foster Isabel Miss, copyist H. U. library, 

Foster Isabella, widow of Robert, house 
rear 05 Mt. Auburn 

Foster Isadore I. Miss, teacher Cushing 
st. primary school, bds. 25 Hudson 

Foster John, foreman, 502 Main, boards 
168 Hampshire 

Foster John HcGaw, student H. U., rooms 
ISHolworthy Hall 

Foster Joseph, laborer U. R. Co.,Dunster, 
house 11 Elmer, near Sands 

Foster J. Albert, expre'ss driver (B. ), bds. 
98 Spring [Oxford 

Foster Leonard, student H. U., boards 15 

Foster Margaret C, widow of Hiram T., 
house Vine, corner Sixth 

Foster Margaret E. Mrs., house 4 Grant 

Foster Martha F., widow of Charles L, 
house 307 North avenue 

Foster Mary, boarding-house, 29 Holyoke 

Foster Robert II., conductor Fitchburg R. 
R., house 14 Leighton court 

Foster William, carpenter and lamplight- 
er, h. 3 Shepherds blk., Charles river 

Foster William H., silver plater, h. 6 Pine 

Fouquet Peter, upholsterer (96 Washing- 
ton, B.), house rear 144 Thorndike 

Foundation Thomas, stone-cutter, house 
124 Green [Main, h. 147 do. 

Fountain George W., carriage smith, 376 

Fountain Jas. W., hair-dresser, 208 Hamp- 
shire, house at Salem 

Fountain, see Fontaine 

Fowler Edward S.,law student (7 Court 
square, room 12, B.), bds. 30 Wendell 

Fowler Frank A., mason, h. 22 Tremont 

Fowler Helen M. Miss, dressmaker, 8 Har- 
vard square, boards 27 Trowbridge 

Fowler John, mason, boards 22 Tremont 

Fowler Oscar W., fly finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Medford 

Fowler Samuel A., harness-maker, 249 
Cambridge, house at Somerville 

Fowler Stacy, clergyman, h. 30 Wendell 

Fowler Stephen D., bookbinder, house 5 
King place 



Fowles Augustus J. L., confectioner, 503 

Main, house 4£ Essex 
Fox Bridget, wid. of Michael, h. 14 Front 
Fox Charles S.. clerk, bds. 166 Putnam av. 
Fox Edward P., printer Riverside Press, 

house 166 Putnam avenue 
Fox Frank, laborer, Rhoades bldg., State, 

boards Brookline 
Fox George J., reporter (15 Milk,B.), house 

3 Orchard 

Fox Jabez, associate justice Police Court, 

City Building, Brattle sq., and lawyer 

(30 Court, room 21, B.), h. Mt. Auburn. 

Fox James A., house 808 Main 

Fox James E., spring bed maker, 386 Main, 

boards rear 44 Washington 
Fox John, baker, 502 Main, boards rear 

44 Washington 
Fox John E., currier, h. rear 33 Harvey 
Fox John L., salesman (B.), h. 408 Main 
Fox John W., student H. U., b. 53 Oxford 
Fox Joseph, gardener and contractor, Mt. 

Auburn cemetery, house 14 Lowell 
Fox Michael, glass-maker, b. r. 55 Charles 
Fox Peter, glass-canvasser, b. 139 Bridge 
Fox Robert L. B., foreman harness-maker 
(150 Tremont, B.), h. 102 Western av. 
Fox Sarah A., widow of Henry H., house 

4 Mt. Auburn 

Fox Sarah W. Miss, teacher high school 
(Somerville), boards 4 Mt. Auburn 

Fox Thomas, house rear 55 Charles 

Fox Thomas jr. (T. jr. and J. Fox), har- 
ness-maker, 105 Bridge, boards rear 55 
Charles 

Fox T. jr. and J. (Thomas Fox jr.), har- 
ness-makers, 105 Bridge 

Foxcroft Francis A. Rev., h. 17 Arlington 

Foxcroft Frank, asst. editor Boston Jour- 
nal (262 Washington, B.), house Fox- 
croft, Avon hill 

Foy Richard, tinsmith, h. 189 Hampshire 

Foye Mary, widow of Nicholas, liouse 24 
Dunster 

France John W., janitor (228 Washington, 
B.), house 15 Webster avenue 

Franchio Francisco, cabinet-maker, house 
158 Otis 

Francis Abby B. Miss, h. 21 North av. 

Francis Anton, laborer F. G. F. Co., house 
36 Cambridge 

Francis Eben, clergyman, h. 43 Kirkland 

Francis Ebenezer, house 43 Kirkland 

Francis Ellen M , widow of Geo. C, house 
Oxford, corner Hammond 

Francis George E., coachman, 904 Main, 
house 5 Charles River 

Francis George Hills, student H. U., rooms 
44 Gray's Hall 

Francis Joseph, laborer, house 105 Fourth 

Francis Richard P., student H. U., rooms 
1 Gray's Hall 

Francis William, varnisher, 624 Main, 
house 82 Green 

Francoeur Stanislas, painter, house rear 
14 Jackson 

Frank Charles, ivory carver, h. 33 Harvey 



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Frankenstein Isidor, clothing and dry 

goods, 398 Cambridge, house do. 
Franklin Council No. 50, Royal Arcanum, 

603 Main [waite 

Franklin John, waiter, h. 37 Cowperth- 
Frary Charles, bookbinder, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 15 Tufts 
Fraser James, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

house at Boston 
Fraser William A. (241 Atlantic avenue, 

B.), house rear 45 Winter 
Frasier Daniel E. (Frasier & Smith), and 

(D. E. Owen & Co.), 555 Main, house 

50 Austin 
Frasier Thomas B., tailor, boards 44 Pine 
Frasier & Smith (Daniel E. Frasier and 

Alpheus K. Smith), piano-hammer 

coverers, 555 Main 
Frates Frank, sand-paperer, h. 44 Spring 
Fratherson C. B., driver U. R. Co. 
Frawley Michael, laborer, house 23 Bay 
Frazer Henry, gardener, 77 Sparks, b. do. 
Frazier Alex., rope-maker (Brighton), 

house 15 Andrew 
Frazier Alex, jr., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 15 Andrew 
Frazier Alonzo, rope-maker (Brighton), 

boards 15 Andrew 
Frazier George, house 121 Thorndike 
Frazier, see Frasier, also Fraser and Frazer 
Frederick James, cabinet-maker, boards 

156 Harvard 
Freeland William, student H. U., rooms 

31 Stoughton Hall [b. do. 

Freeman Andrew G., clerk, 176 Harvard, 
Freeman Annie B. Miss, teacher Cushing 

street primary school, boards A. M. 

Freeman's, Cushing [Winter 

Freeman Arsene, harness-maker, house 57 
Freeman Augustus At., house Cushing, 

near Belmont line 
Freeman Bartlett B., house r. 22 Watson 
Freeman Edward F., cabinet-maker, 348 

Alain, boards 3 Austin place 
Freeman Eunice AI., nurse, boards 72 

Washington [at Boston 

Freeman George, hairdresser, 27 Fifth, b. 
Freeman Hannah, widow of Nathan, house 

3 Suffolk 
Freeman Jane, widow of Nathan, nurse, 

house 510 Alain 
Freeman Jesse H. (114 F. H. market, B.), 

house 25 Pine 
Freeman John K., clerk (4 Bowdoin sq., 

B.), boards 298 North avenue 
Freeman John AL, hairdresser (B.), house 

46 River [Winter 

Freeman Joseph A., harness-maker, b. 57 
Freeman Thomas N., grocer, 176 Harvard, 

house do. 
Freeman, see Feenan [land 

Freeth Annie, widow of Wm. J., h. War- 
French Alonzo, tinsmith(B. ), b. 70 Second 
French Alwin T., machinist, 368 Alain, 

house 100 Winsor 
French Charles A., boarding-house, 15 

Farwell place 



French Charles L., supt. Capen, Sprague 

& Co., Sixth, house at Chelsea 
French EsteDe J., teacher Harvard gram- 
mar school, boards 165 Prospect 
French George E., news-dealer, 588 and 

625 Main, house 587-^ do. 
French George E., boards 97 Norfolk 
French George L.. house 97 Norfolk 
French George AL, medical student, 674 

Alain, boards do. 
French George O., conductor U. R. Co. 
French Harry C, student H. XL. rooms 

26 Gray's Hall 
French James At., foreman (7 Province 

court, B.), house 165 Prospect 
French Jennie S. Airs., dressmaker, house 

33 Fourth [Richdale av. 

French John A. (11 Chardon, B.), house 1 
French Lucy Airs., dressmaker, 520 Alain, 

house do. [h. 13 DeWolf 

French Mary F. Q., widow of Ebenezer, 
French OrenB., carpenter, Palmer, house 

30 Alellen 
French Walter H. AL. condensed milk 

agent, boards 165 Prospect 
French William A., house 49 Trowbridge 
Frenette F., safe-maker, 17 Alain, house 2 

Pioneer place 
Frenkel Jonas B., student H. TJ., rooms 

50 College House 
Frenning Aurora S., widow of John A., 

house 56 Putnam avenue 
Frenning Henry B,, b. 5(5 Putnam avenue 
Friel Edward, laborer, house 167 Franklin 
Friel James, cooper Geopper Brothers, 

house 273 Putnam avenue 
Friel John, junk dealer (South Margin, 

B. ), house Auburn place 
Friel Patrick, cooper, h. rear 67 Charles 
Friend Edward, teamster, house 3d on 

right of Tannery 
Friend Sam'l, variety store, 41 Reed, h. do. 
Friend William, bill-poster, house 10 

Cosrgswell place 
Frier Adolphus S., hardware (83 Cam- 
bridge, B.), house 41 Pleasant 
Friestrom Peter, safe-maker, 17 Alain 
Fritt William AL, clerk (512 Washington, 

B.), house 17 Mead 
Fritz Rainhold S., cabinet-maker F. At. 

Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Chas'n 
'Frohock Benjamin R., toys (77 Cambridge, 

B.), house 225 Broadway, room 3 
Frost Edmund, house 126 Oxford 
Frost George, foreman (42 Cornhill, B.), 

house 39 Orchard 
Frost Geo. A., artist, 224 North av., h. do. 
Frost George E., brush-maker (B.), house 

5 Second 
Frost Henry E. might watchman at McLean 

Asylum, boards 76 Cambridge 
Frost Jacob F., provisions, 471 Main, 

house 37 Columbia 
Frost James AL, carpenter (2 Bread, B.), 

house Hubbard avenue, n. Raymond 
Frost Luther E., shoe-findings ( 17 Corn- 
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Frost William, house 132 North avenue 
Frothingham Amos T., cashier Tremont 

National Bank (8 Congress. B.), house 

338 Harvard 
Frothingham Henry K., cashier Mass. 

National Bank (60 Congress, B.), h. 

157 Hancock 
Frothingham Theodore L., student H. XL, 

rooms 64 Thayer Hall 
Frye Edward H., bookbinder (Devonshire, 

B. ), house 27 Warland 
Frye Emma C. Miss, 103 Hancock 
Frye James E. (J. E. Frye & Son), provis- 
ions, 142 Harvard, house do. 
Frye James K. P., laborer, h. 453 Camb'ge 
Frye John W. (J. E. Frye & Son), provis- 
ions, 142 Harvard, boards 48 Tremont 
Frye Joseph E., bookkeeper (59 Broad, 

B.), house 14 Harrison 
Frye J. E. & Son (James E. and John W. 

Frye), provisions, 142 Harvard 
Frye Lydia A., widow of Samuel M., h. 

14 Harrison [bridge 

Frye Samuel B., laborer, house 451 Cam- 
Fublar Nathaniel, laborer, h. 34 Hastings 
Fullam Patrick, shoemaker, h. 364 Camb. 
Fuller Addie K., widow of Richard F., h. 

13 Hilliard 
Fuller Allen T., salesman John M. Woods, 

rooms 31 East f 1 12 Spring 

Fuller Benedict, furniture-polisher, house 
Fuller Catherine, widow of Samuel, house 

46 Winsor [h. 19 Forest 

Fuller Charles L., messenger (58 State, B.), 
Fuller Chester H., paper-hanger, boards 5 

Worcester [Boston 

Fuller Cyrus B., clerk, 71 Main, house at 
Fuller Edward H., boards 5 Prospect 
Fuller Elias J., house 498 Cambridge 
Fuller Elizabeth L. Mrs., h. 233 North av. 
Fuller Emma L., widow of Rev. Arthur 

B., house 13 Hilliard 
Fuller E., clerk, 540 Main, house 
Fuller Francis E., printer University Press, 

rooms 48 Market 
Fuller Frank E., student H. U., rooms 51 

Weld Hall 
Fuller Frank F., teamster, house 31 East 
Fuller Frederick V., student H. XL, rooms 

52 College House 
Fuller Geo. C. W. (G. C. W. Fuller & Co.), 

clothing. 561 Main, house 101 Austin 
Fuller Geo. C. W. jr., clerk, 561 Main, b. 

101 Austin 
Fuller Geo. E., house 276 Pearl 
Fuller George S., engineer U. R. Co. re- 
pair shop, Dunster. h. rear 81 Oxford 
FULLER G. C. W. & CO. (George 
C. W. Fuller), clothing, etc., 561 Main 
Fuller Lyman L., cracker-dealer, house 

12 Essex [13 Hilliard 

Fuller Richard B., student H. U., rooms 
Fuller Robert N., blacksmith, 24 Cam- 
bridge, house 28 Spring 
Fuller Roberto., iron and steel (110 North, 

B.), house Harvard, corner Prospect 
Fuller Samuel D., house 96 Columbia 



Fuller Sarah Mrs., house 111 Austin 

Fuller Simeon H., salesman (202 Devon- 
shire, B.), house Cambridge, next 
Hovey's nurseries [Hilliard 

Fuller Waldo, student H. U., rooms 13 

Fuller Wm. H., paper-hanger, house 5 
Worcester 

Fullerton Ellen Miss, house 21 Hancock 

Fulton Elizabeth F. Mrs., house 56 Sidney 

Fulton John, painter, 14 Church, boards 
374 Main 

Fulton John A., house 20 Winthrop 

Fulton Joseph H., shoemaker, 14 Pearl, 
house at Boston 

Fulton Thomas W., cabinet-maker, 
Rhoades bldg., State, b. 156 Harvard 

Furbush Elias, furniture, etc., 94 Harvard, 
house 1)6 do. 

Furbush Fred B., carpenter, house Cres- 
cent, 2d from Oxford on left 

Furbush Joseph II., police officer, house 
33 Ash [507 Main 

Furbush Sarah, widow of Joseph, h. rear 

Furfey Hugh, mat-maker, 120 Brookline, 
house 12 Somerset 

Furfey Hugh P., foreman Brown, Murphy 
& Thorndike. Blanche, h. at Boston 

Furfey Isabel F. Miss, music-teacher, bds. 
118 Brookline 

Furfey James, mat mnfr., 120 Brookline, 
house IIS do. [118 do. 

Furfey James A., clerk, 120 Brookline, b. 

Furfey James H., mat-maker, 120 Brook- 
line, boards 12 Somerset 

Furfey Michael, mat-maker, 120 Brookline, 
house rear 122 do. 

Furfey Wm. P., laborer, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, boards 12 Somerset 

Furlong Isaac A. (N. E. Organ Co., B.), 
house 63 Inman 

Furlong James J., hairdresser (B.), house 
115 Fourth 

Furlong Stephen C, broom-maker, 412 
Main, house 402 do. 

Furness Walter R., student H. XL, rooms 
12 Matthews Hall 

Fuzzard Nellie Miss, house 15 Sands 

GADDES W., driver U. R. Co. 

Gadesby Charles, iron-worker, 78 Main, 

house 4 Foster block, 87 Main 
Gaffney Anthony, coffin-polisher, 203 

Bridge, boards 57 Gore 
Gaffney Elizabeth Mrs., grocer, 5 Grant, 

house do. [Third 

Gaffney James, machinist, 72 Main. h. 108 
Gaffney Thomas, brass-molder, 368 Main, 

boards 381 Cambridge 
Gaffney Wm. H., fish and oysters, boards 

212 North avenue [seiial sq. 

Gage Abby R. Mrs., bds. F. Perrin's, Ar- 
Gage Daniel W., stoves, tin ware, and 

plumber, 157 North av., h. 5 Walnut av. 
Gage George E., carpenter, house 9 Perry 
Gage George G., carpenter, house 9 Perry 
Gage George W., teamster Hale, Teele & 

Bisbee, house 222 Broadway 



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Gage Homer, student H. U., rooms 20 

Prescott 
Gage Mary C. Miss, nurse, b. 204 Harvard 
Gage Milton (Gage & Bent), furniture, 200 

North avenue, house 36 Orchard 
Gage & Bent (Milton Ga^e and John H 

Bent), furniture, 200 North avenue 
Gahm John, varnisher, Otis, cor. First, 

house 96 Vine 

Gahm , house 3 Spring place 

Gainer Edward F., driver, 203 Bridge, bds. 

56 Second 
Gaines Major, laborer, house 34 Hastings 
Gale Charles, planer, 162 Broadway, house 

60 Webster avenue 
Gale Cicero C, salesman (61 Chauncy, 

B.), house 246 Harvard 

GALE GEOHGE T., pres. National 
City Bank, 553 Main, h. 330 Harvard 
Gale George W. (Gale & Wood), lumber, 

60 Main, West Boston bridge, house 

330 Harvard 
Gale Hezekiah C, teamster, h. 29 Chauncy 
Gale Justin E., principal Young Ladies' 

school,vl6 Berkeley, b. 25 Kirkland 
Gale Prisciila, wid. of Thomas, house 60 

Webster avenue [20 Florence 

Gale Timothy S., clerk, 59 River, house 
Gale Wm. G., printer University Press, 

house 1 Athens 

GALE & WOOD (George W. Gale, 
and William H. Wood), lumber, West 

Boston bridge, 69 Main 
Galigo Lucy, widow, house 13 Brewery 
Gallagher Edward, stone-cutter, house 

52 Portland 
Gallagher Frank, laborer, house Concord 

avenue, next to R. R. 
Gallagher Henry J., machinist B. & M. 

R. R. , boards 185 Cambridge 
Gallagher Hugh (Jenness & Gallagher), 

cigars, etc., 465 Main, b. 187 Hamp- 
shire [shire 
Gallagher Hugh, tinsmith, b. 189 Hamp- 
Gallagher Hugh J., laborer F. R. R., h. 

30 Gore 
Gallagher James, stone cutter, 19 Main, 

boards 10 Broadway 
Gallagher Jas., night watchman, 17 Main 
Gallagher James, machinist, boards Owen 

Gallagher's, Ninth 
Gallagher James H., sailmaker, h. 51 Gore 
Gallagher Jane C. Mrs., h. 185 Cambridge 
Gallagher Jeremiah, plumber (21 Elm, 

B.), house 55 North 
Gallagher John, tailor, h. 116 Webster av. 
Gallagher John, tinsmith, house 4, n ar 

189 Hampshire 
Gallagher John, jeweler (Green, B.), bds. 

Owen Gallagher's, Ninth 
Gallagher John A., laborer, 72 Main, bds. 

5 Baldwin place 
Gallagher Margaret Miss, h. 2 Hastings 
Gallagher Mary, widow of Owen, house 

51 North 
Gallagher Michael, stone-cutter, 19 Main, 

boards 10 Broadway 



Gallagher Neal, teamster, h. 115 Fourth 
Gallagher Nichols, clerk (B. ), b. 39 Seventh 
Gallagher Owen, soap maker (B.), house 

Linehan's block, Ninth, near Otis 
Gallagher Owen J., bookbinder Riverside 

bindery, house 22 Lopez 
Gallagher Patrick, horse-shoer, 436 Main, 

boards 23 Hunting 
Gallagher Patrick, molder, h. 39 Seventh 
Gallagher Peter, blacksmith Burnett & 

Brown, Third, boards at Boston 
Gallagher Peter A., machinist, 17 Main 
Gallagher Samuel, iron molder, house 

353 Cambridge 
Gallagher Thomas, plasterer, 610 Main, 

house 101 Webster avenue 
Gallagher Wm., laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 265 Putnam avenue 
Gallagher Wm., police, station 2, house 

103 Webster avenue 
Gallagher Wm. J., clerk (450 Washing- 
ton, B. ), house 185 Cambridge 
Gallant Felix, hostler, h. Hollis, n. Spruce 
Gallarneau Charles, laborer, h. 198 Norfolk 
Gallary Wm. J., laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house rear 11 Valentine 
Galletly Jas. IL, brush maker (Oliver, B.), 

house 10 Front [av. 

Galligan James, machinist, h. 12 Webster 
Galligan Peter A., machinist, b. 12 Webster 

avenue 
Gallivan Jas., provisions, 36 Sparks, h.do. 
Gallivan James, printer University Press, 

boards 9 Winthrop 
Gallivan John, carpenter, h. 164 Dublin 
Gallivan John, laborer, house 162 Green 
Gallivan John, hostler U. R. Co.,Dunster, 

house 21 Grant 
Gallivan John, overseer U. R. Co. stable, 

Dunster, house 7 Willard court 
Gallivan John jr., hostler U. R. Co., Dun- 
ster, boards 7 Willard court 
Gallivan Patrick, laborer, Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, house 26 Sparks 
Galvin Jacinth, rubber, h. 179 Cambridge 
Galvin Johanna, widow of Phillip, house 

116 Brookline 
Galvin John, laborer, house 6 Grant 
Galvin John, laborer, house 21 Grant 
Galvin Mary, widow, house 5 Mill 
Galvin Michael, tailor, house 171 Norfolk 
Galvin Michael, electrician (109 Court, 

B.), rooms 208 Pearl 
Galvin Patrick, laborer, house Foster pi. 
Galvin Philip J., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 114 Brookline 
Galvin Richard, cooper Jaynes & Co., 

boards 116 Brookline 
Galvin Thomas, blacksmith, h. 194 Bridge 
Galway Wm., marble polisher, Mt. Au- 
burn, opposite Elmwood avenue, h. 

Mt. Auburn [46 Pelham 

Gamble Martha, widow of James, house 
Gammons Bertha L., widow of Charles 

H., house 23 William 
Gandreau Frank Mrs., h. Walden, near 

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Gandy Thomas, in Cambridge rolling 

mill, house 105 Portland 
Gannett Geo. S., clerk (State, B.), boards 

3 Dana 
Gannett John P., ship-broker (5 Pember- 

ton sq., B.), house 10 Frost 
Gannett John S., clerk, Union Safe De- 
posite Vaults (40 State, B.), h. 10 Frost 
Gannett Thomas B., supt. Revere Sugar 

Refinery, boards 3 Dana 
Gannett William W., house 3 Dana 
Gannett Win. Wyllys, clerk (40 State, B.), 

house 10 Frost 
Gannett Wm. W. jr., physician, boards 

3 Dana 
Gannon James H., varnish er, 162 Broad- 
way, h. Berkshire, c. Berkshire pi. 
Gannon John L., painter, bds. 80 Elm 
Gannon Patrick, mason, house 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter James, mason, bds. SO Elm 
Gannon Peter Joseph, clerk, 09 Norfolk, 

boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Thomas, laborer, h. 15 Brewery 
Gannon Thomas, mason, house 84 Elm 
Garceau Alfred, tinsmith, rear 104 Main 
Gardet Auguste, cook Prospect House, 

boards do. 
Gardhan George T., boards 70 Gore 
Gardhan Jane, widow of John. h. 70 Gore 
Gardhan William S., cook, bds. 70 Gore 
Gardiner Charles F. Mrs., house 8 Forest 
Gardiner Geo. C, clerk, 221 Bridge, b. at 

Charles town 
Gardiner George W., clerk (744 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 49 Dana 
Gardiner George W., china decorator, 

boards 20 Harvard 
Gardiner James G., student H. XL, rooms 

10 Stoughton Hall 
Gardiner Mary Mrs., house 20 Harvard 
Gardner Albert, musician, b.3 Lamson pi. 
Gardner Benjamin Ft., shoe laster (B.), h. 

203 Hampshire 
Gardner Charles W., blacksmith, opp. 

249 Mt. Auburn, house next do. 
Gardner D. Clinton, clerk, 109 Gore, house 
at Somerville [Third 

Gardner Elizabeth, widow of David, h. 27 
Gardner Frank W., boards 196 Cambridge 
Gardner Gerald, conductor U. K. Co. 
Gardner James, hostler, rooms 29 Gore 
Gardner James A., painter, 31 Banks 
Gardner John C, engineer B. & L. R. R., 

house 102 Cambridge 
Gardner John W., baker, 207 Cambridge, 
and fancy goods, 196 Cambridge, h. do. 
Gardner Joseph P., student H. U., rooms 
24 Little's block [Decatur 

Gardner Mary A., widow of Miles, h. 17 
Gardner Mary Jackson Mrs., h. 9 Dana 
Gardner Peter, laborer, h. 22 McCabe 
Gardner Randall, machinist, 72 Main 
Gardner Richard, mariner, h. 20 Murdock 
Gardner Robert, laborer, b. 5 Lincoln ct. 
Gardner Samuel B., cooper (212 High, B.), 
house 10 Lake [blk. 

Gardner Wm. A., student, rms. 4 Little's 



Garfield Clara R. Miss, private school, 96 

Franklin, house do. 
Garfield Daniel L., house 5 Jay 
Garland Adebert, furnace maker, boards 

259 Broadway 
Garlaud Gilman B., painter, 460 Main, 

house 259 Broadway 
Garland Henry, in Cambridge rolling mill, 

house 85 Clark 
Garland Lydia A. Mrs., h. 7 Sumner 
Garland Walter E., teamster, boards 70 

Concord avenue 
Garman Samuel W., assistant in Herpetol- 

ogy and Ichthyology, Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology, b. 42 North avenue 
Garneau Eugene, sewing-machine agent, 

boards 160 Prospect 
Garratt James N., student H. L T ., rooms 

862 Main 
Garrigan Lawrence, blacksmith, 454 Main, 

house 252 Franklin 
Garrigan Patrick, blacksmith, 168 Xorth 

avenue, boards 32 Coggswell avenue 
Garrison Geo. T., bookkeeper (137 Feder- 
al, B.), house 94 Franklin 
Garrison William H., student H. U., rms. 

10 Divinity Hall 
Garritt Theodore Mrs., house Richdale 

avenue, near Walden 
Garriiy Jas., building mover, h. r. 8 Davis 
Garrity John, teamster, h. 10 Beaver 
Garrity Michael, farmer, boards 3Iichael 

Kelley's, Cashing | Hamilton 

Garrity Michael, laborer, 166 River, h. 5 
Garrity Nicholas, horse shoer U. R. Co., 

Dnnster 
Garrity Patrick H., laborer John Reardon 

ct Sons, boards 5 Hamilton 
Garrity Peter, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house rear 116 Brookline 
Garrity Thomas E., janitor Harvard Col- 
lege Library, rooms Harvard Hall 
Gartland Michael, laborer, house Concord 

avenue, near Belmont line 
Gartland Patrick, teamster Hovey & Co., 

house 80 Kirkland 
Garvey James, blacksmith, June. Webster 

avenue and Hampshire, house do. 
Garvin David, carpenter, h. 28 Warren 
Garvin Edward, house Fifth, cor. Charles 
Garvin Ellen, wid. of Wm.. h. 103 Fourth 
Garvin James J., brush maker, h. 60 Sec- 
ond [103 Fourth 
Garvin John, 'glass blower, 137 Bridge, b. 
Garvin Josephine, wid. of Wm.,h.20 Green 
Garvin Lizzie M. Miss, dressmaker, 20 

Green, house do. 
Garvin William E., compositor (B.), bds. 

20 Green 
Gascon Jansier, tinsmith, rear 104 Main, 

boards 193 do. 
Gass Charles H., produce com. mer. (61 

and 03 F. H. Market, B.), house 11 

Roseland 
Gassett Charles, clerk (157 Blackstone, 

B.), house rear 365 Harvard 
Gately James, laborer, house 22 Grant 



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Gately James jr., bartender," 92 'Mt. Au- 
burn, boards 22 Grant 
Gately John, marble worker, li. 6 Hastings 
Gately John, laborer, house Vineyard, 

corner Gushing 
Gately Martin, laborer, boards 14 Grant 
Gately Michael, furniture varnisher.house 

03 Spring 

Gately Patrick, boot and shoe maker, 323 

Cambridge, house 54 Amory 
Gately Peter, marble polisher, 53 Main, 

house 49 xYmory 
Gately Thomas, laborer, h. 105 Kinnaird 
Gately Thomas, machinist, 368 Main 
Gates H. Sumner, painter, b. 23 William 
Gates Lewis E., student H. U., rooms 12 

Kirkland place 
Gates Sally, wid. of Henry, h. 23 William 
Gates Stephen F., mechanical engineer, 

house 90 Auburn 
Gates Wm. EL, painter, 23 William, h. do. 
Gatz Thomas, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house rear 186 do. 
Gaughan John, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house Ninth, corner Otis 
Gaughan Winifred, wid. of Michael,house 

Ninth, corner Otis 
Gaul Kusjsell, porter, house 28 Harrison 
Gaulropp Frank, saloon and boarding- 
house, 440 North avenue, house do. 
Gault Benjamin F.. house 99 Pleasant 
Gault Thomas, carpenter, b. Ill Pleasant 
Gauthier Alex., cabinet maker, Rhoades 

mill, State, house 7 Portland 
Gavett Joseph, boards 38 Essex 
Gavin T., iron molder, 368 Main 
Gaw James, at American Tube Works 

(Somerville), house 3 Stinson court 
Gay Charles A., janitor City Hall, house 

93 Green 
Gay Edward, laborer, house 53 Clark 
Gay Edward DeForest, salesman (20 Tre- 

mont row, B. ), house 80£ Green 
Gay Elizabeth Mrs., h. 17 Maple avenue 
Gay Elizabeth P., widow of Geo. E., house 

10 Cottage 
Gay Elliott A., produce, house 27 Sidney 
Gay Ellsworth L., printer, 630 Main, bds. 
10 Cottage [at Boston 

Gay Franklin M., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 
Gay George A., carpenter, 162 Broadway, 

house 10 Cottage 
Gay George R., fancy goods (278 Devon- 
shire, B. ), house 301 North avenue 
Gay Harriet A., widow of Joel W., house 

4 Tufts 

Gay Herbert E., tinsmith, h. 10 Cottage 
Gay Howard E., hairdresser, 531 Main, 

house 10 Cottage 
Gay Joseph, clerk, boards 4 Tufts 
Gay Wm., letter carrier Cambridge P. O., 

house Sacramento place, 1st on left 
Gay William Mrs., house Adams, near 

Concord avenue 
Gaylord Edson D., dentist (120 Tremont, 

B.), house 21 Worcester 
Gaynon M., boiler maker, 72 Main 



Gaytons Bernard, peddler, h. 163 Spring 
Gaytons John, salesman (24 Sudbury, B.), 

house fear 142 Spring 
Gaytons Patrick F., teamster, h. Charles, 

corner Ninth [Park 

Gear Samuel A., 153 Putnam av., bds. 32 
Gear Samuel W., foreman stamping room, 

153 Putnam avenue, house 32 Park 
Geary Daniel, laborer, h. 323 Cambridge 
Geary Joseph, laborer, house 40 Spring 
Geary Mary E. Miss, milliner, 38 Third, 

boards dp. 
Geary Thomas, currier, house 50 Cedar 
Geary Wm., currier, boards 50 Cedar 
Geddes William E., traveling agent (N. 

Y.), house 95 Austin 
Geisler Francis C, house 125 Winsor 
Geissel Albert E., student H. U., rooms 

59 College House 
Geldowsky Ferdinand (F. Geldowsky 

Furniture Co!), furniture mnfr., Otis, 

corner First, house 764 Main 
Geldowsky F. Furniture Co. (Ferdinand 

Geldowsky, Cornelius P. Keeler, and 

Geo. A. Keeler), furniture ninfrs., Otis, 

corner First 
Geldowsky John, clerk, bds. 764 Main 
Genthner Gilmore, tinsmith, 57 Cam- 
bridge, house 80 Fourth 
Geogbegan Francis, cigar-maker, house 

123 Hampshire 
Geoghegan Thomas, laborer, h. 7 Porter 
George Anton, laborer, house 42 First 
George Harvey, house 104 Otis 
George Mattie R. Miss, recorder registry 

of deeds, Otis, corner Second, boards 

375 Cambridge 
George Obadiah, house 375 Cambridge 
Gerald William L., boards 136 Spring 
Gerhard David, brass-finisher (117 Milk, 

B.), house 2 Chestnut Park 
Gerhard John B., machinist, Gordon pi., 

boards Third 
Germaine David, gardener, h. 19 Tuttle • 
German Anna J., widow, bds. 45 Hastings 
Gerrish Mary A., widow of Samuel, h. 104 

Allston 
Gerrish Peter,upholsterer (175 Blackstone, 

B.), house 69 Sixth 
Gerrish Woodbury, wood-carver (103 W. 

Canton, B.), house 83 Green 
Gerry Bernard, cooper Jaynes & Co. 
Gerry Frederick A., house 89 North av. 
Gerry James, cooper, r. 414 Main, h. 2 Bell 
Gerry James jr., cooper Jaynes & Co., 

house rear 53 Vine 
Gerry John, laborer, h. Sidney, c. Allston 
Gerry John W., horse-shoer, 9 Tenney, 

house Elm, corner Tenney 
Gerry Patrick, laborer, house 30 North 
Gerry Trueworthy, clerk (67 High, B.), 

boards 67 Pleasant 
Gerry Warren A., boards 89 North av. 
Gersello Charles, cabinetmaker, house 11 

Fourth street place 
Gerstrum Charles, laborer, h. 41 Baldwin 
Gerstlauer Catherine, widow, h. 28 Fifth 



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Gerstlauer Daniel, lager beer and board- 
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Gertz Wm. II., patent medicine, 92 Maga- 
zine, house do. [College House 
Getchell Clarence, student H. U., rooms 3 
GetchellElihu B., intelligence office, fruit, 

etc., 29 Central sq., house 18 Front 
Getchell Eliza S. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, boards 68 Otis 
Getchell Waldo L, collar -maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 20 DeWolf 
Gethins Patrick, coachman, 320 Harvard, 

house 167 Green 
Geyer Andrew, apothecary, 88 Cambridge, 

house 35 Third 
Geyer John W., piano hammer coverer, 

355 Main, boards 54 Columbia 
Gibbons Downey, mattress-maker, house 

8 McCabe 
Gibbons James E., laborer, h. 7 Jefferson 
Gibbons Joseph McK., student H. U., 

boards 10 Oxford 
Gibbons Mary Mrs., house 8 Beaver 
Gibbs Alfred, sawyer, house 66 Second 
Gibbs Amory T., house 13 Wendell 
Gibbs Benj. F., paste maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 22 DeWolf 
Gibbs Fred T., clerk (40 Court sq. B.), 

house 45 Norfolk 
Gibbs Geo. H., watches and jewelry, 593 

Main, house 220 Pearl 
Gibbs Herbert R., student (Yale College), 

house 174 Putnam avenue 
Gibbs Horace G., gas machines (Cincin- 
nati, Ohio), house 110 Inman 
Gibbs Phineas C, expressman, house 26 

Suffolk 

Gibbs Susan, wid. of Benj., h. 4 Prospect 

Gibbs Wolcott, Kumford Professor and 

Lecturer of the Application of Science 

to the Useful Arts H. U., h. 59 Kirkland 

Gibson Andrew J., clerk, 80 Pleasant, 

boards 71 do. 
Gibson Chas. O., brass-finisher, 368 Main, 

bouse 30 Sidney 
Gibson Elizabeth, widow, h. 44 Garden 
Gibson Henry, gardener, 333 Harvard, 

house 42 Norfolk 
Gibson James, laborer, house Auburn pi. 
Gibson John, laborer, house 5 Eustis ct. 
Gibson John, florist, Brattle, cor. Sparks, 

house do. 
Gibson Joseph, house 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Joseph P., h. 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Matthew B., paper-hanger, boards 
84 Spring [Brookline 

Gibson Robert, baker, 502 Main, house 49 
Gibson Stephen B., polisher, 203 Bridge, 

house 22 Murdock 
Gibson Walter W., clerk (51 No. Market, 

B.), boards 40 Cottage 
Gibson William, mason, h. 40 Cottage 
Gibson Wm., gardener, house 44 Garden 
Gibson Wm. T., watchman Harvard Col- 
lege, house 11 Willard 
Giddings Samuel, livery stable, 186 Col- 
umbia, house do. 



Gifford Elisha, clergyman, house Sacra- 
mento place, 1st on left 

Gifford Franklin K., student H. U., rooms 
1 Sacramento place 

Gifford William L. R., student H. U., rms. 
4 Thayer Hall 

Gilbert Alice, widow, house 19 Tremont 

Gilbert Alvah A., boiler-maker, 72 Main, 
house 6 Sands 

Gilbert Arthur, brickmaker, h. Jackson, 
near Spruce 

Gilbert Benjamin F., mess. Boston Nation- 
al Bank (95 Milk, B.), h. 27 Inman 

Gilbert Ellery T., cook (Parker House, 
B.), house 6 Tufts 

Gilbert Frederick M., clerk, 580 Main, bds. 
27 Lee [River 

Gilbert Harriet, widow of Henry, house 77 

Gilbert Jas. L., musician and piano tuner, 
101 Gore, house 87 Cambridge 

Gilbert Lizzie S. Miss, dressmaker, house 
77 River 

Gilbert Wm. F., painter, 72^ Inman, h. do. 

Gilchrist Frank, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Reading 

Gilcreas Chas. S., salesman (29 Hawley, 
B.), boards 57 Franklin 

Gilcreas D. Austin, carpenter, rear 577 
Main, house 57 Franklin 

Gilcreas Hannah, widow, h. 385 North av. 

Gilday John J., assistant, h. 34 Holyoke 

Giles Smiley, driver U. R. Co., rooms 5 
South 

Giles Thomas E., blacksmith,h. 56 Winter 

Gilgannon Daniel, laborer, boards 165 
Broadway [Broadway 

Gilgannon Thomas, laborer, boards 165 

Gilham George, laborer, 10 Arrow, house 
25 Bow [121 Elm 

Gill Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 

Gill Emlyn M., student H. U., rooms 3 
Holyoke House 

Gill John, watches and jewelry, 458 Har- 
vard, house 29 Ash 

Gill Michael, laborer, house 31 Harding 

Gill Peter F., clothes-cleanser, house 98 
Harvard 

Gill William H., laborer, h. 6 Coggswell pi. 

Gillam Charles H., coal and wood, 425 
Cambridge, house 1 Norfolk court 

Gillan John, grocer, 242 Cambridge, h. do. 

Gillespie Isaac W., piano-key maker, h. 
81 Winsor 

Gillespie John, student H. TJ., rooms 24 
Hollis Hall 

Gillespie Kate, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, house at Boston 

Gillies John P., house 40 Mt. Auburn 

Gilligan James, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, house 1 17 Pleasant 

Gilligan John, laborer, house 113 Elm 

Gilligan John H., furniture-mover, house 
246 Bridge 

Gilligan Patrick, laborer, h. 126 Prospect 

Gilligan Rose Mrs., dressmaker, 79 Gore, 
house do. 

Gilligan Thomas, glass ware, h. 79 Gore 



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Gillis Chas. P., brass-finisher (B.), boards 
61 Charles 

Gillis John, laborer, h. Cushingm. Belmont 

Gillis Patrick, carpenter, bds. 61 Charles 

Gillis Patrick, laborer, h. 261 Mt. Auburn 

Gillis Peter, lithographer Riverside Press, 
house 5 Somerset 

Gillis Simon P., cabinet-maker, 348 Main, 
boards 173 do. 

Gillmor George W., carriage-trimmer, 
232 North avenue 

Gilloran Catharine Miss, bds. 163 Spring 

Gilloran Patrick, fish-dealer, h. 163 Spring 

Gilman Arthur, sec. of private instruction 
for women H. U., h. 5 Waterhouse 

Gilman Charles, cigar maker, 132 Cam- 
bridge, boards 12 Winter 

Gilman Edward, grocer, 9 Reed, house do. 

Gilman Francis B.. clerk Merchants Na- 
tional Bank (B.), house 7 Hawthorne 

Gilman George W., clerk, 233 North ave- 
nue, house 10 Coggswell avenue 

Gilman Henuy H., student H. U., rooms 
35 Weld Hall [Spruce 

Gilman Jas., currier, house 7 Reed, near 

Gilman James A., printer, 1 Dunster, bds. 
109 Pleasant 

Gilman John T., carpenter, house 54 
Putnam avenue 

Gilman Jobn W., clerk (156 Oliver, B.), 
boards 195 Putnam avenue 

Gilman Samuel, laborer, h. 42 Jefferson 

Gilman William A. (Custom House, B.), 
house 195 Putnam avenue 

Gilman William B., conductor U. R. Co., 
boards 42 Antrim 

Gilman AV. Edwin, sheepskins (155 Fed- 
eral, B. ), boards 195 Putnam avenue 

Gilmartin James, teacher St. Mary's Pa- 
rochial school, house 35 Winsor 

Gilmore David, laborer, house rear 63 
Washington [Somerville 

Gilmore E. J., conductor U. R. Co., h. at 

Gilmore Henry H. (Gilmore & Eustis), 
Cambridge Rolling Mill, 126 Portland, 
house 26 Clinton 

Gilmore Hibbert W., fireman Am. Net & 
Twine Co., Third, house at Royalston, 
Mass. 

Gilmore James H., grocer, Holworthy, n. 
JBelmont, house Auburn place 

Gilmore John, house Auburn place 

Gilmore John jr., boards John Gilmore's, 
Auburn place 

Gilmore Robert H., clerk Cambridge Roll- 
ing Mill, boards 26 Clinton 

Gilmore Thomas, iron-molder, 368 Main, 
house rear 72 Allston 

Gilmore & Eustis (Henry H. Gilmore and 
Frank I. Eustis), props. Cambridge 
Rolling Mill, 126 Portland 

Gilmour Mary Ann, widow of William, 
house 5 Cottage court 

Gilmour Robert, watch-case maker (309 
Washington, B.), house 10 Upton 

Gilmour William J., brass-finisher (Ful- 
ton, B.), house 256 Pearl 



Gilpatrick Elizabeth, widow, house 2 

Pleasant place [109 Winsor 

Gilroy James, clerk, 394 Cambridge, bds. 
Gingros Leon, carpenter, h. 104 Dublin 
Ginty Daniel, cabinet-maker, b. 365 Main 
Ginty Michael, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 31 Cherry 
Girard Ernest, boards 25 Western avenue 
Girard Lewis F., house 25 Western avenue 
Given J. Leslie, automatic music paper 

(233 Cambridge, B.), b. 147 Harvard 
Glaab Leonard, shoemaker (Watertown), 

house Cushing, near Belmont line 
Glaser Frank, baker, 502 Main, h. 19 Pine 
Glass Cbarles, sawyer, rooms 34 Pearl 
Glass John Mrs., h. 116 Western avenue 
Glass John H., sawyer, 624 Main, house 

69| Western avenue 
Glass Richard, jig-sawyer, 624 Main, h. 

65 Western avenue 
Glazier George M., small wares (12 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 19 Ellsworth avenue 
Gleason Daniel, turner, 162 Broadway, h. 

393 Main 
Gleason Hannah Miss, teacher high school, 

boards Harvard, corner Trowbridge 
Gleason Julius I., organ-trimmer, house 

rear 52 Pine [Washington 

Gleason Michael J., iron-molder, house 21 
Gleason Patrick C.,molder, 624 Main, h. 

9 Lawrence 

Gleason Thos. F., boards 393 Main 

Gleason T., laborer, 368 Main 

Gleason William H., carriage-trimmer, r. 

10 Brattle, house 49 Banks 

Glen David, printer (6 Williams court, B.), 

house 15 Sumner 
Glennon Patrick, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 93 Brookline 
Glennon William, stone-cutter, house 

Locust, near Holwortby 
Glidden Arno W., printer University 

Press, house 20 Dunster 
Glidden Asa M., salesman J. O. Bullard, 

house 6 Centre 
Glidden Clinton S., clerk (173 State, B.), 

boards 6 Centre 
Glidden Edward O., com. mer. (92 State, 

B.), house Elm, 2d north of Beech 
Glidden Fred. B., printer, 547 Main, bds. 

6 Centre |(i4 Austin 

Glidden Osmond N., clerk, 497 Main, bds. 
Glover Henry R., bedding supplies (129 

Friend, B. ), house 13 Waterhouse 
Glover Horatio N., student H. U., rooms 

33 Thayer Hall 
Glover William, boiler maker, 72 Main 
Glover William, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 1\ Holmes place [ond 

Glufling Edward, boarding-house, 27 Sec- 
Glufling Edward IL, sawyer, b. 27 Second 
Glynn Andrew, blacksmith, boards 327 

Cambridge 
Glynn James F., iron molder, 368 Main, 

house 5 Austin 
Glynn James F., cigars, etc., 327 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 



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Glynn John P., blacksmith, boards 327 

Cambridge 
Glynn Lawrence, blacksmith (36 Charles- 
town, B.), house 327 Cambridge 
Glynn Matthew, blacksmith, boards 327 

Cambridge 
Glynn Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 112 Brookline 
Glynn Thomas, tinsmith, house 22 Austin 
Glynn Winnifred, widow of Dennis, house 

112 Brookline 
Goddard Farley B., student H. XL, rooms 

64 College House [1 Beck Hall 

Goddard Frederic N., student H. U., rms. 
Goddard Mary C. C, teacher high school, 

boards 67 Oxford 
Goddu John B., house 5 Portland 
Godfrey A., 44 Cambridge, h. at Charles- 
town 
Godfrey Charles G., cooper, h. 14 Elmer 
Godfrey Reliance, widow of Enos, boards 

110 North avenue 
Godfrey William, tanner, house 9 Seventh 
Godin Louis, brick-maker, h. Vassal lane 
Goding Ellen, widow of Flavel, house 383 

Cambridge [bridge 

Goding Eugene, tinsmith, bds. 383 Cam- 
Goding Wm. H., teamster,h. 193 Broadway 
Godkin Lawrence, student H. IL, rooms 

39 Thayer Hall 
Goepp Philip H., studeDt H. TJ., rooms 100 

Mt. Auburn 
Goepper Bros. (William and Gustavus 

Goepper), barrel mnfrs., Ninth, cor. 

Spring 
Goepper Gustavus (Goepper Bros.), bar- 
rels, house 133 Cambridge 
Goepper John, cooper, b. 133 Cambridge 
Goepper John Mrs., widow, house 133 

Cambridge 
Goepper William (Goepper Bros.), barrels, 

house 137 Cambridge 
Goff George, tinsmith, 153 Putnam avenue, 

boards 51 Pleasant 
Goggin James H., carpenter, h. 15 Grant 
Goggin Michael, laborer, house George, 

near Montgomery 
Golden Bridget, widow of John, house 5 

Rogers block, Main [Murdock 

Golden Christopher C, brass molder, h. 9 
Golden Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, h. 9 

Murdock 
Golden Sarah E. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, boards 275 Broadway 
Goldsmith Mary Miss, telegraph operator 

B. & L. R. R. depot, b. 184 Cambridge 
Goldsmith Win. H., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 39 Fairmont 
Goldspriug Edward, printer University 

Press, house 59 Brighton 
Goldspring John, laborer, house rear 40 

Washington 
Goldspring Timothy, plasterer, house 14 

Sparks [12 Dunster 

Goldthwait Anstiss M. Miss, "nurse, bds. 
Goldthwait Francis, action maker, 162 

Broadway, house 29 Market 



Goldthwait Francis E., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house 70 River 
Goldthwaite C. H, student H. TJ., rooms 

45 College House 
Goldthwaite Frederick H, turner, 624 

Main, boards 127 Franklin 
Gomez Antoine, varnisher, h. r. 23 Gore 
Goncaloes Loiz A., rubber, b. 163 Bridge 
Gonier Pecer, laborer, house 37 Sargent 
Gonyou Ulric, blacksmith (Brighton av., 

B.), house Bailey place 
Gooch Joshua G. (J. G. & N. G. Gooch), 

lumber, Western avenue, Brighton, 

order box, 904 Main, and (13 Kilby, 

B.), house 2 Mount Auburn 

GOOCH J. G. & N. G. (Joshua 
G. and Nathan G. Gooch), lumber, 
(Western avenue, Brighton), order 
box, 904 Main, and (13 Kilby, B.) 

Gooch Nathan G. (J. G. & N. G. Gooch), 
lumber (Western avenue, Brighton), 
order box 904 Main, also coal (13 Kil- 
by, B.), house 3 Fayerweather 

Gooch Wm. W., student H. TJ., rooms 29 
Holyoke House [374 do. 

Good George, boiler maker, 356 Main, bds. 

Good Jeremiah, clerk (307 Washington, 
B.), house 102 Gore [18 Bay 

Good John, sawyer, 162 Broadway, house 

Good Mary, widow of John, h. 102 Gore 

Good Thomas, carpenter, boards Thomas 
Moran's, Holworthy place 

Good Thomas, laborer, house 102 Gore 

Good Thomas F., glass engraver, boards 
27 Union 

Good Timothy J., laborer, house 27 Union 

Good Timothy J. jr., wood turner, 380 
Main, boards 27 Union 

Goodale George L., Professor of Botany 
H. U, and Director of Botanic Garden, 
Garden, corner Linnsean, house do. 

Goodale John, inventor, house 27 Tuttle 

Goodell John S., sign painter (8 Broad, 
B.), house 12 Lake 

Goodell R. W. Mrs., house 9| Wallace 

Goodfellow Mary A., widow of S. Percival, 
house 99 Spring 

Goodhue C. F., house 85 Prospect 

Gooding Alfred, student H. U., rooms 17 
Divinity Hall 

Goodman Thomas, machinist, 72 Main, 
house 160 Main 

Goodnough Benjamin F., student H. U., 
rooms 14 Hollis Hall 

Goodnough Xanthus H., student H. U., 
rooms 26 Weld Hall 

Goodnow Freeman C, marine clerk (54 
State, B.), boards 82 Magazine 

Goodnow George W., grocer, 63 Norfolk, 
house 18 Tremont 

Goodnow Joseph, lumber (294 Causeway, 
B.), house 336 Broadway 

Goodnow Luvia Miss, teacher Otis prima- 
ry school, boards 65 Otis 

Goodnow Nancy Mrs., h. 30 Concord av. 

Goodrich Charles Newton (7 Exchange 
place, B.), house 309 Broadway 



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Goodrich Elijah D. (7 Exchange place, B.), 
house 309 Broadway 

Goodrich Fred., teamster, bds. 140 Spring 

Goodrich George H., teamster (Hanover, 
corner Richmond, B.), h. 86 Allston 

Goodrich Samuel A., printer (264 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 9 Norfolk 

Goodrich Silas, house 7 Summer 

Goodrich Susan F. Miss, clerk, 177 Bridge, 
boards 189 Cambridge 

Goodridge xVlfred M., grocer (75 Commer- 
cial, B.), house 26 Lee 

Goodridge Ambrose H., house 48 Cherry 

Goodridge Charles E., clerk (40 Court, B. ), 
boards 48 Cherry 

Goodridge Charles F., grocer (75 Commer- 
cial, B.), house 82 North avenue 

Goodridge Nancy, widow of Frederick, 
house 26 Lee 

Goodridge Susie L. Miss, copyist, Registry 
of Deeds, Otis, cor Second, boards at 
Newton Centre 

Goodridge Willis C, boards 9 Norfolk 

Goodrow Eli L., janitor Zoological Muse- 
um, house 114 Oxford 

Goodspeed Helen B., widow of Obed, h. 
862 Main 

Goodspeed J. Arthur W., student H. TL, 
boards 862 Main 

Goodwillie Frederick M., pressman, bds. 
21 Tremont 

Goodwillie Morgianna A., h. 21 Tremont 

Goodwin Daniel H., currier, h. 25 Harvey 

Goodwin Elizabeth S., widow of Stephen, 
house 7 Seventh 

Goodwin Frank, counselor (28 State, B.), 
house 20 Lowell 

Goodwin George E., engineer Riverside 
bindery, house rear 105 Putnam av. 

Goodwin Hersey B., com. mer. (15 India, 
B.), house 8 Follen [Winter 

Goodwin James, at N. E. Glass Co., h. r. 43 

Goodwin Stephen Franklin, silversmith, 
house 7 Seventh 

Goodwin Thomas, house 4 Davis 

Goodwin William H., student H. U., 
rooms 54 Matthews Hall 

Goodwin Wm. W., Eliot Professor of Greek 
literature H. U., house 10 Follen 

Goodyer Chas., salesman (45 No. Market, 
B.), house 155 Main 

Googins Eben H., traveling "salesman, 503 
Main, house 87 Franklin 

Googins Geo. A., traveling salesman, 503 
Main, house 87 Franklin 

Googins John, house 23 Pine 

Googins Thomas B., bookkeeper (470 Har- 
rison av., B.), house 98 Winsor 

Googins Wm. B., wood worker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 5 Union 

Gookin Frank L., printer University 
Press, house 42 Putnam avenue 

Goold Wm. F., teamster, 206 Broadway, 
house 32 Davis 

Goold, see Gould 

Gordon Chas. E., cabinetmaker, 384 Main, 
house 72 Hampshire 



Gordon Elizabeth, widow of John, house 

101 Winsor [31 Winthrop 

Gordon Flora S., widow of Daniel, house 
Gordon Geo. A., student H. U., rooms 12 

Trowbridge 
Gordon Henry F., carriage smith, 246 

Main, house 34 Coggswell avenue 
Gordon John, boards 57 Mt. Auburn 
Gordon John M., bookbinder (51 Chardon, 

B.), boards 101 Winsor 
Gordon John W., driver, 502 Main, house 

127 Auburn 

Gordon Lysson, student H. U., rooms at 

Somerville 
Gordon Matthew, teamster, b. 164 Gore 
Gordon Seth D., slater, house 8 Sands 
Gordon Wm., roofer, 559 Main, house 62 

Sidney 
Gordon William, proof reader University 

Press, house 57 Mount Auburn 
Gordon Wm. M., compositor University 

Press, boards 101 Winsor 

Gordon , house 10 Blanche 

Gore Avery W., junk (164 Canal, B.), h. 

128 Magazine 

Gore Geo. A. (Nevada), bds. 128 Magazine 

Gore John R., boards 128 Magazine 

Gore Lydia, widow of Christopher, house 

128 Magazine 
Gore Rachael, widow, bds. 6Q Columbia 
Gore William, paver, house 1 Third 
Gorham Alfred, bookkeeper (60 Equitable 

building, B.), bds. 21 Magazine 
Gorham Frank A., clerk, 502 Main, bds. 

40 Pearl 
Gorman Edward, horseshoer, 436 Main, 

boards 22 Blanche 
Gorman Francis jr., tutor, rooms 10 

Plympton 
Gorman James, cooper Goepper Bros.. 

boards 116 Brookline 
Gorman John, printer University Press 

and leader Camb. Brigade Band. bds. 

144 Mt. Auburn 
Gorman John, junk (245 Federal, B.), h. 

134 Columbia [Brookline 

Gorman Julia, widow of John, house 116 
Gorman Timothy, laborer, house 10 East 
Gorman Valentine, laborer, h. 420 Camb. 
Gormley Ann, wid. of John, h. 38 Willow 
Gormley Arthur H., brass finisher, 368 

Main, boards 62 Hastings 
Gormley James, stair builder, b. 40 Willow 
Gormley John, upholsterer, h. 40 Willow 
Gormley John, laborer, h. 62 Hastings 
Gormley Robert, grease collector, house 

44 Willow 
Gormley William, grocer, 24 Vine, h. do. 
Gormlie George, clerk, 290 Broadway, 

boards 96 Columbia 
Gorton Amos O., teamster, h. 94 Fourth 
Gorton Samuel M., carpenter, h. 4 Summer 
Goss James F., clerk, 42 Bridge, boards at 

Medford [Foxcroft, Avon hill 

Gould Allen W., tutor in Latin H. U., h. 
Gould Augustus D.. salesman (47 South, 

B.), boards 115 Prospect 



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Gould Caroline A., widow of Dudley, h. 
115 Prospect 

Gould Fred' k L. (15 Kilby, B.), house 9 
Highland, next reservoir 

Gould Frederick W., student, bds. 9 High- 
land, next reservoir 

Gould Levi S. (F. M. Holmes Furniture 
Co.), Cambridge, n. First (107 Wash- 
ington, B.), house at Melrose 

Gould Michael, laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 

Gould Nathaniel S., shoe mnfrs. goods 
(280 Dover, B.), bds. 115 Prospect 

Gould Reuben B. H., blacksmith, 12 Gore, 
house 45 Cambridge 

Gould Robert, house 147 Cambridge 

Gould Wm., gluer, house rear 10 Third 

Gould William, baker, 912 Main, house 9 
Remington 

Gould Wm. H., letter carrier (P. O., Bos- 
ton), house rear 152 Cambridge 

Gould, see Gookl 

Goulding James, laborer, house 21 Carson 

Gourdiue Robert W-, porter, bds. 7 Web- 
ster avenue 

Govan David (Govan & Cochran), 162 
Broadway, house 102 Hampshire 

Govan John, cabinet-maker, house 128 
Winsor 

Govan John C, grocer, Hampshire, cor. 
Winsor, boards 102 Hampshire 

Govan & Cochran (David Govan and John 
Cochran), organ case makers, 162 
Broadway 

Gove Archibald R. (Page & Gove), 15 Sec- 
ond, house at Somerville 

Gove Calvin, provisions, h. 20 Cottage 

GOVE CHARLES S., soda and min- 
eral water mnfr. (30 Canal, B.), house 
. 28 Warland 

Gove Ezra C, apothecary, Main, junction 
Washington, h. 1 Rogers block, Main 

Gove Henry M., tin peddler, boards 3 
Emerson block, Crescent avenue 

Gove Nathan, house 71 Vine 

Gove Robert H., baker, 71 Vine, h. do. 

Governs John J. , mariner,house 22 Charles 
River [106 Thorndike 

Gowdey Martha W., widow of Wm., rms. 

Gowell Frederick A., engineer, 150 Broad- 
way, house 134 do. 

Gowey Henry, wire- worker (Brighton av., 
B.), house 149 Brookline 

Grace John, baker, 502 Main 

Grace Joseph, laborer, h. rear 131 Third 

Grady Frank, boards 73 Gore 

Grady John, laborer, house rear 6 East 

Grady Joseph, at F. R. R., bds. 73 Gore 

Grady Martin, horse-shoer, Main, corner 
Harvard, house do. 

Grady Patrick A., printer, h. 71 River 

Grady Thomas, boiler-maker, 72 Main 

Gragg Frank P., salesman (49 Arch, B.), 
boards 10 Gardner 

Gragg George C, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 10 Gardner 

Gragg Moses H., action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 10 Gardner 



Graham Archibald, plumber, 8 Brattle, 

boards Langdon, near North av. 
Graham Bernard, blacksmith, 92 Main, 

house 1 Pioneer place 
Graham James, laborer, house 76 Elm 
Graham Malcom, pressman Riverside 

Press, house 5 Daye court 
Graham Maria Miss, clerk, 103 Cambridge, 

boards 42 Second 
Graham Michael, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house rear 124 Brookline 
Graham Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 117 Pleasant 
Graham Robert, house 34 Cherry 
Graham Sarah D. Miss, teacher Gore street 

primary school, boards 57 Third 
Graham Thos., painter, h. 11 Dinsmore ct. 
Graham Thomas A., mason, h. 122 Spring 
Graham Wm., laborer, h. 418 Cambridge 
Graham Wm. Rev., clergyman (Ferdinand, 

cor. Isabella, B.), house 57 Third 
Graham W. H., conductor U. R. Co. 
Grahmbom Gustavus, pipe-maker, 132 

Main, house 22 Pioneer avenue 
Grames Charles T., car-builder F. R. R., 

boards 8 Holyoke [h. 8 Holyoke 

Grames Elbridge G., car-builder F. R. R., 
Grand George, molder F. H. F. Co., house 

at Boston [34 Wendell 

GrandgentChas. H., student H. U., rooms 
Grandgent L. Hall, master English high 

school (Warren av., B.), h. 34 Wendell 
Grandson William, laborer, h. 12 Elmer 
Graney Michael, teamster Michael Eagan, 

house 4 Decatur court 
Granger John, laborer, bds. 17 Warren 
Granger John H., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

boards 19S do. [198 Bridge 

Granger Mary, widow of Patrick, house 
Granger Stephen, laborer, 203 Bridge, 

boards 198 do. [h. 94 Gore 

Granger Thomas, trimmer, 203 Bridge, 
Grannan Daniel W., printer, h. 212 Green 
Grant Alfred, boards 8 Prince 
Grant Anna, widow, house 4 Suffolk 
Grant Clement R., artist, b. 417 Broadway 
Grant Charles E., shoemaker (B.), h. 425 

Main 
Grant Elizabeth, wid. of Chas., h. 55 Fifth 
Grant Frank A., mason (B.), b. 262 Sidney 
Grant George, cabinet-maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house at Charlestown 
Grant George F., dentist (86 Pinckney, 

B.), house 39 Sacramento 
Grant Geo. W., mason (B.), b. 262 Sidney 
Grant James (Grant & Mann), cabinet- 
maker, 384 Main, house 50 Union 
Grant James, stone-cutter, house 10 Eliot 
Grant James jr., upholsterer, b. 50 Union 
Grant John, artist, 17 Main 
Grant Joseph, boards 181 Harvard 
Grant Joseph H., grocer (Watertown), 

house Holworthy, near Belmont 
Grant Marcus M., shipper, 105 Magazine, 

house 8 Prince 
Grant Matthew H., teamster, 54 Bridge, 

house Charles, near Sixth 



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Grant M., machinist, 308 Main 
Grant Percy S., student H. U., rooms 41 
Holyoke House [262 Sidney 

Grant Sarah N., widow of Elbridge, house 
Grant Thomas, house 19 Brewery 
Grant William H., car-maker XL R. Co., 

Dunster, house at Somerville 
Grant & Mann (James Grant and James 
F. Mann), cabinet-makers and uphol- 
sterers, 384 Main 
Gratz Louise H. Miss, telegraph operator, 

625 Main, boards 40 Pearl 
Graves Frank, painter, bds. 559 Main 
Graves Geo., agent for Mass. Total Absti- 
nence Society (7 A, Beacon, B.), house 
102 Thorndike 
Graves Geo. A. Mrs., wid., b. 25 William 
Graves Geo. Wallace, teamster, house 133 

Spring 
Graves Geo. W., action-maker, 624 Main, 

house 25 William 
Graves Oliver B., assistant foreman Cam- 
bridge Tribune, house at Boston 
Graves VVm. H., key-finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house 15 Hewes 
Gray Alice, teacher Webster grammar 

school, boards 52 Magazine 
Gray Angie, widow, bds. 30 Norfolk 
Gray Ann H. Miss, house 8 Prospect 
Gray Asa, Fisher Professor of Natural 
History H. U., house Botanic Garden, 
Garden, corner Linnaean 
Gray Dennis A., carpenter, h. 12 Suffolk 
Gray Elizabeth Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray Geo. Z., d.d., Dean Episcopal Theo. 

School, house 3 Mason 
Gray Harry, clerk, 122 Cambridge, house 
194 do. [h. 329 Main 

Gray Henry, plasterer (41 Cambridge, B. ), 
Gray Horace J., deputy collector Internal 
Bevenue (P. O. bldg., B.), house Bris- 
tol, corner Webster avenue 
Gray James, boilermaker, 72 Main, house 

126 Green 
Gray James M., waiter Memorial Hall 
Gray John C, bouse Brattle, corner 

Fresh Pond lane 
Gray John C, teamster, h. rear 8 Holyoke 
Gray John L., laborer, h. 159 Broadway 
Gray Joseph, laborer, h. 42 Montgomery 
Gray Joshua P., box maker, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 41 Franklin 
Gray Mary Mrs., house McDonald 
Gray Peter, steward, house 40 Plymouth 
Gray Peter, tinsmith (12 Marshall, B.), h. 

Groveland, 1st from Spruce 
Gray Rebecca Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray Richard, laborer, boards 4 North 
Gray Robert, bookbinder University Press, 

house 13 Hewes 
Gray Stephen (25 F. H. Market, B.), 

boards 142 Harvard 
Gray Stephen W., flour, grain, etc., Broad- 
way, cor. Portland, h. 3 Lamson pi. 
Grayson Peter, machinist (Charlestown, 

B.), house 60 North 
GrearEmil, sandpaperer, h. 62 Charles 



Greaves C. H., conductor U. R. Co. 
Greaves Thomas J., carriage-painter, h. 

Elm, corner White 
Grebenstein Edward W., bookbinder Riv- 
erside Press, house 16 Warland 
Greco Letterio C, hairdresser, 573 Main, 

house 19 Essex 
Greeley James, laborer, house 3 Porter 
Greely Leander, carpenter, builder, and 

lumber, 1 13 Broadway, h. 13 Pleasant 
Greely Noah, house 80 Norfolk 
Greely Philip Mrs., house 13 Centre 
Greely Philip T. (177 State, B.), house 13 

Centre 
Greely Willie B., clerk (96 Federal, B.), 

boards 13 Pleasant 
Green Alfred, printer (B. ), h. 1 Pioneer 
Green Allen M., clerk (69 Kilby, B.),h. 

71 Allston 
Green Andrew J., principal assessor, dis- 
trict 3, office City Hall, h. 28 Second 
Green Ann Miss, milliner,119 Gore, h. do. 
Green Ansil W., foreman car house U. R. 

Co., Dunster, house 18 do. 
Green Catherine, widow of Charles A., 

house 14 Washington avenue 
Green Charles, tobacco (127 Cambridge, 

B. ), house 15 Hollis 
Green Charles G. (36 Hawley, B.), house 

14 Washington avenue 
Green Chas. D., trunk-maker, house 1 

Coggswell place 
Green Daniel, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house 13 Sparks 
Green David P. (D. P.- Green & Co.), 

Third, cor. Bent, house at Arlington 
Green D. P. & Co. (David P. Green), iron 

foundry, Third, corner Bent 
Green Elizabeth T., widow of Abraham 

M., boards 71 Allston 
Green Elizabeth Winthrop Miss, teacher, 

23 Craigie, boards 8 Story 
Green Eugene, hostler U. R. Co., boards 

23 Brighton 
Green Frank D., clerk D. P. Green & Co., 

Third, boards at Arlington 
Green Frank F., gardener, 273 North av., 

house 53 Spruce 
Green Henry T., printer Riverside Press, 

house 81 School 
Green H. R., conductor U. R. Co. 
Green James, at Cambridge Rolling Mill, 

boards 163 Broadway 
Green James D., house 8 Story- 
Green James, waiter Memorial Hall, h. 

at Boston 
Green Jeremiah, clerk, 10 Broadway, b. do. 
Green John, shoemaker, 119 Gore, h. do. 
Green John, laborer, boards 14 Vine 
Green John, shoemaker, 335 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Green John, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house Foster place 
Green John S., organ maker (1299 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 71 Allston 
Green John W., teamster Work & Hay- 
ward, house 74 River 



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Green Joseph W., variety store, 93 Main, 

house do. [70 Treraont 

Green Lewis, hostler, 201 Main, house 
Green Michael, laborer, bds. 23 Brighton 
Green Michael, cigar maker, 599 Main, 

boards 589-J- do. 
Green Nicholas St. John Mrs., h. 8 Story- 
Green Oscar F., stairbuilder, h. 4 Seckel 
Green Patrick, laborer, house 14 Vine 
Green Philip, painter, h. 4 Cowperthwaite 
Green Thomas, fireman Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house 80 Sixth 
Green Thomas, laborer, house 14 Peed 
Green Thomas H., gardener, b. 14 Reed 
Green Walter H., finisher, 624 Main, 

boards 74 River 
Greene Albert T., artists' oil color mnfr., 

rear 382 Main, house 95 Green 
Greene Benj.. painter, h. 60 Webster av. 
Greene Charles A., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Greene Elbridge A. (Greene & Co.), stoves, 

etc., 651 Main, house 97 Green 
Greene Harris R. Rev., pastor Second 

Baptist Society, house 122 Otis 
Greene Herbert E., student H. U., rooms 

27 Gray's Hall 
Greene James, boards 09 Elm 
Greene John, laborer, h. Burns' block, 

Foster place 
Greene John, cabinet-maker, b. 69 Elm 
Greene Joseph T., upholsterer, b. 69 Elm 
Greene Mary H., widow of Issacher A., 

house 95 Green 
Greene Peter, cabinet-maker, h. 69 Elm 
Greene Peter F., cabinet-maker, b. 69 Elm 
Greene Roland D., conductor U. R. Co., 

house Baldwin st. station U. R. Co. 
Greene Thomas L., foreman Seavey & 

Co., Third, house 39 Gore 
Greene & Co. (Elbridge A. Greene), 

stoves. furnaces, gas and steam fitting, 

651 and 653 Main 
Greeuer Peter, turner, house 184 Bridge 

GREEXLEAF ALBERT P., ma- 
son, 469 and 509 Main, and 6 Douglass, 

paper-hangings, 469 Main, house do. 
Greenleaf Eugene, clerk (122 Canal, B.), 

house 7 Pleasant place 
Greenleaf George W., plumber, 12 Pearl. 

house Chestnut, corner Sidney 
Greenleaf James Mrs., house 76 Brattle 
Greenleaf Joseph, mason, h. 18£ Lopez 
Greenleaf Joseph, millwright, h. 28 Fifth 
Greenleaf Lorinda S., widow o£Daniel P., 

house 473 Main 
Greenleaf Oliver P., mason, 26 Central, 

square, house 49 Essex 
Greenleaf Robert W., assistant in Botany 

H. TJ., rooms 76 Brattle 
Greenley Jennie Miss, seamstress Alms- 
house, Tannery, boards do. 
Greenough Catherine, widow of William, 

house 154 Third 
Greenough Henry, house 747 Cambridge 
Greenough James, flour (27 Doane, B.), 

house 33 Tremont, C. P. 



Greenough James B., assistant professor 

of Latin H. U., h. 22 Appian-way 
Greenough James Jay, student H. TJ., 

rooms 22 Appian-way 
Greenough Joseph F. (13 Exchange, room 

31, B.), boards 10 Garden 
Greenough Walter C, crayon artist, bds. 

123 Oxford 

GREENOUGH WM. A., pub. of 
the Cambridge City Directory! 31 Milk, 

room 39. B.), house 18 Prescott 
Greenough Wm. H. Mrs., h. 10 Garden 
Greenough Wm. P., flour (27 Doane, B.J, 

house 123 Oxford, X. C. 
Greenslet Belden A., salesman, 31 Elm, h. 

98 Norfolk 
Greenwood Frederick H., carpenter, h. 

222 Broadway 
Greenwood Joseph, brickmaker, house 

Vassal lane 
Greenwood Lemuel A., overseer TJ. R. 

Co.'s stable, 201 Main, h. 24 Pearl 
Greenwood Mary A., widow of James W., 

house 73 Green 
Greenwood Moses, salesman (164 Con- 
gress, B.). house 8 Mellen 
Greenwood Wm. P., house 73 Green 
Greer Hiram, truckman (22 Kingston, B.), 

house 32 Second 
Greer John H., clerk, 88 Cambridge, 

boards 27 Second 
Gregory Franklin E., com. mer. (17S Dev- 
onshire, B.), house 6 Maple avenue 
Gregory Frederick W., com. mer. (3 Cen- 
tral wharf, B.), house 29 Lee 
Gregory John P., agent Union Glass Co. 

(129 Milk, B.), house 86 Prospect 
Gregory Thomas B., packer X. E. Glass 

Co., house 26 Fifth 
Gregory Wm. F., boots and shoes (138 

Summer, B.), house 378 Broadway 
Grendell Mehitable E. Mrs., asst. matron 

Almshouse, Tannery, house do. 
Grennan Daniel, printer University Press 
Grennan Ellen Mrs., house 227 Franklin 
Greve Charles F., student H. U., rooms 

20 Holyoke 
Gribbon Jas., blacksmith, 72 Main, house 

at East Boston 
Gridley Eunice M. Miss, h. 25 Prospect 
Gridley James F., house 61 Oxford 
Gridley Johanna, widow, h. 61 Oxford 
Gridley Wm. A., salesman, 203 Bridge, 

house at Jamaica Plain 
Grieves Charles H., boards 104 Spring 
Grieves J. Edward,_salesman(26 Summer, 

B.), house 148 Cambridge 
Grieves Sarah T., widow of Thos., house 

3 Sixth [104 Spring 

Grieves Walter F., conductor U. R. Co., b. 
Grieves Wm v H., watchman X. E. Glass 

Works, house 104 Spring 
Griffen James, laborer, 368 Main 
Griffin Appleton P. C, at Boston Public 

Librarv, house 729 Cambridge 
Griffin Arthur C, wheelwright, 270 Xorth 

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Griffin Daniel K.. bookkeeper (49 Fulton, 

B.), house 11 Fourth 
Griffin David, baker, 502 Main 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, house 14 McCabe 
Griffin Dennis C, gents' furnishing goods, 

161 Bridge, house at Somerville 
Griffin Eliphalet, carpenter, h. 26 Rice 
Griffin Frank, plumber, 5 Brattle, boards 

at Charlestown 
Griffin Geo. H., tinsmith, 220 North av., 

house 36 Coggswell avenue 
Griffin Jas., finisher, 44 Cambridge,boards 

at Charlestown 

Griffin James, blacksmith (Brighton), 

house Auburn place [place 

Griffin John H., carpenter, h. 2 Henderson 

Griffin Joseph C, finisher, 44 Cambridge, 

boards at Charlestown 
Griffin Mary, widow of Dennis, house 8 

Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Griffin Michael, bookbinder Riverside 

Press 
Griffin Michael (Griffin & Dolan), soap 

mnfr., r. 13 Decatur, h. 75 Brookline 
Griffin Michael F., bookbinder Riverside 
Press, bds. 8 Shepherd's blk., Charles 
River 
Griffin Morris J., clerk, 161 Bridge, bds. 

at Somerville 
Griffin Stephen, laborer, h. 121 Harvard 
Griffin Sylvanus G., driver hose carriage 

No. 4, boards Porter's Hotel 
Griffin Thomas, laborer, house 69 School 
Griffin Thomas, machinist, 17 Main, house 

at Boston 
Griffin Thos., book-gilder Riverside Press 
Griffin Thomas H.. boards 8 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River 
Griffin William, w r heelwright, Brighton, 

cor. Murray, house Auburn place 

Griffin & Dolan (Michael Griffin and John 

Dolan), soft soap manufacturers, rear 

13 Decatur 

Griffing Augustus P., house 85 Thorndike 

Griffis Elias D., tin-worker, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 3 Gordon place 
Griffis George W., laborer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 3 Gordon place 

Griffiths George, teamster, 11 Bridge, 

boards 3 East [Gore 

Griffiths John, hack-driver (B. ), house 18 

Griffiths John J., slater (232 Cambridge, 

B.), house 2 Rogers block, Main 
Griffiths William, planer, Rhoades build- 
ing, State, boards at Boston 
Griggs Charles C, salesman (B.), boards 

Hi Norfolk 
Griggs George W., jig-sawyer, 162 Broad- 
way, house 105 Winsor 
Griggs James B., clerk (Commercial 
wharf, corner Atlantic avenue, B.), 
house 5 Franklin 
Griggs John E., clerk, 16 Pearl, house 

Hi Norfolk 
Griggs Lucy J. Mrs., house Hi Norfolk 
Grimshaw Samuel, cooper, boards 109 
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Griner Adolph, wood-turner, Otis, corner 

First, house 17i Third 
Grinham John, grocer, 115 Pleasant, h. do. 
Grinham Patrick, currier, h. 11 Andrew 
Griswold Almon W., student H. U., rms. 
48 Holyoke [65 Thayer Hall 

Griswold Loren E., student H. U., rooms 
Gronan Patrick, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
Groom Thomas, paper-box cutter, house 
137 Hampshire [avenue 

Grose Edgar F., provisions, h. 68 Webster 
Grose William, provisions, h. 5 Suffolk 
Gross Henry, cabinet-maker Shaw & Ap- 

plin, 54F3ridge 
Gross Mary E., widow of Robert G., house 

22 Hastings 
Grosslaub Henry, cabinet-maker, house 11 

Fourth street place 
Grossman Frederick, machinist (109 Court, 

B.), house 263 Putnam avenue 
Grother Herman, sugar-boiler, h. 54 Spring 
Grover Chester B., house 331 Broadway 
Grover Edward O., master Shepard gram- 
mar school, house at Arlington 
Grover Lucas B., house 335 Broadway 
Grover Nathan M., printers' detergent 

manufacturer, house 18 Kinnaird 
Grover Walter, clerk (B.),b. 335 Broadway 
Grows James A., brush-maker (B.), house 

rear 81 Sixth 

Grueby Edward L., at American Net and 

Twine Co. (43 Commercial, B.), house 

33 Harris [36 Austin 

Grundin Charles F., cabinet-maker, house 

Gudey Harmon, laborer, house rear 36 

Washington [Spruce 

Guenette Norzaire, brick-maker, bds. 106 

Guenther John, trav. salesman, h.499 Main 

Guesler William, baker, boards 28 Fifth 

Guilbault Frank, cooper, house Squires 

block, Gore 
Guild Albert, house 44 Prospect 
Guild Charles E., student H. U., rooms 32 

Hollis Hall 
Guild Charles H., baker, h. 15 Myrtle pi. 
Guild Curtis, student H. U., rooms 18 

Matthews Hall 
Guild Edward, machinist, 368 Main 
Guild Frank H., machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 15 Myrtle place 
Guild Jas. E., machinist, b. 15 Myrtle pi. 
Guild Otis S., carriage-painter, house Ho- 
tel Brooks 
Guiney John, currier, house 221 Franklin 
Guiney John, weigher John Reardon & 

Sons, house rear 36 Auburn 
Gum mo Wm. H., blacksmith, h. 42 Fifth 
Gungran August, safe-maker, h. 3 Seckel 
Gunn Alfred, laborer, house 17 South 
Gunnison Daniel O., painter, 63 Moore, 

house 64 Inman 
Gunnison Eugene ft, boards 64 Inman 
Gunnison Frederick A., clerk, b. 64 Inman 
Gunnison Jane, widow, boards C. Board- 
man's, Washington av., opp. Foxcroft 
Gunnison Sarah J., teacher Felton pri- 
mary school, boards 64 Inman 



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Guppy Annie M. Mrs. (Guppy & Dear- 
born), dressmaker, 419 Camb. yt h. do. 
Guppy John, house 419 Cambridge 
Guppy & Dearborn (Mrs. A. M. Guppy 
and Miss E. E. Dearborn), dressmak- 
ers, 419 Cambridge [Amory 
Gurney Edwin L., music teacher, h. 15 
Gurney Edwin P., carpenter.h. 56 Brighton 
Gurney Ephraim W., University Professor 
of History H. U., h. 10 Fayerweather 
Gurney Hannah Y., widow of Thomas, 

house 21 Brookline 
Gurney Thos. E., mason, h. 21 Brookline 
Gurnham Thomas (Dunn & Gurnham), 

painter, 52 Putnam avenue, h. do. 
Gurnin Frank, laborer, house 52 Charles 
Gurry Bernard, cooper Jaynes & Co., 
boards 210 Sidney [& Sons 

Gurry Edward, watchman John Reardon 
Gurry Edward, mat mnfr., 365 Main, 

house rear 126 Brookline 
Gurry John, laborer, house 210 Sidney 
Gurry John F., horse-shoer, 498 Main, 

house 18 Blanche 
Gurry John X.. teas, boards IS Blanche 
Gushee Edward M. Rev., rector St. Peter's 

church, house 30 Lee 
Gutheirn Sophia, widow of Frederick L., 
cigar mnfr., 130 Cambridge, house 60 
Spring 
Gutman Hugh T., tinsmith (112 Harrison 

avenue, B.), house 9 Sargent 
Gutman Joseph H., clerk (61 Oliver, B.), 

boards 9 Sargent 
Gutman Elizabeth, widow, h. 9 Sargent 
Guyer Lewis B., boots and shoes, 97 Cam- 
bridge, house 38 Fourth 
Gwinn George F., house 13 DeWolf 
Gwyn James, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 

house 87 Plymouth 
Gwynue James A., clerk, b. 53 Broadway 
Gwynne Samuel, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 
house 53 Broadway 

HAARTZ AUGUST W., cigar-maker, 513 
Main, boards at Somerville 

Haartz Frederick, laborer (B.), h. 7 Eighth 

Haberman Augusta Mrs., h. 40 X^orth av. 

Hackel C, house 40 First 

Hackett Benjamin W., salesman (115 Fed- 
eral, B.), house 13 Sacramento 

Hackett Henry, packer, 162 Broadway, 
house 201 Xorfolk 

Hackett Henry C, letter-carrier, 625 Main, 
boards at Boston 

Hackett Jacob, teamster, Lyceum Ex- 
change, Harvard square, h. 4} South 

Hackett John, boiler-maker, 72 Main 

Hackett John, safe-maker, 17 Main, house 
at Maiden 

Hackett John Mrs., house 16 Hancock 

Hackett John H., at University Press, 
house 176 Green 

Hackett Patrick, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 
house 104 Franklin 

Hackett Walter H., printer University 
Press, house 1 Athens 



Hadcock Charles E., clerk (26 Tremont, 

B.), house 32 Mt. Auburn 
Hadley Alvah A., carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

repair shop, house at Somerville 
Hadley Clarence Y., sign-painter, 76 Gore, 

boards 36 Fourth [Market 

Hadley Edward, conductor U. K. Co., b. 35 
Hadley Elbridge J., trimmer, 203 Bridge, 

house 51 Winter 
Hadley George A., printer, b. 36 Fourth 
Hadley James, varnisher, b. 36 Kiunaird 
Hadley Martha J., wid. of Wm. P., house 

35 Market [h. 36 Fourth 

Hadley Xathaniel I., bootmaker, 76 Gore, 
Hadley Wm. F., mason, rms. 17 Winthrop 
Hadley Winslow, carpenter, b. HWinsor 
Haedblom Chas. A., carpenter (B. & A. 

shop, Allston), boards 23 Brookline 
Hagan Daniel, glass worker, h. 391 Camb. 
Hagan Daniel Mrs., house 1S1 Cambridge 
Hagan James, groceries and provisions, 

84 Third, house do. 
Hagan John, laborer, boards 38 Third 
Hagan Mary, widow of Peter, house 104 

Brookline [104 Brookline 

Hagan Patrick, butcher, 169 Gore, boards 
Hagan Patrick, blacksmith, house 93 

Brookline 
Hagan Patrick, laborer, house 28 Spring 
Hagan Peter, cooper Goepper Brothers, 

boards 104 Brookline 
Hagar Fred W., chief of police, office Cen- 
tral sq. bldg., Central sq., h. 9 Antrim 
Hagar Fred W. jr., watchman Almshouse, 

Tannery, house do. 
Hagar Harry, boards 9 Antrim 
Hagar Warren G., printer, 547 Main, house 

20 Watson 
Hagen Hermann A., prof, of Entomology 

Museum of Comparative Zoology H. 

U., house 7 Putnam avenue 
Hagerty Jeremiah, teamster, h. 23 Warren 
Hagerty Patrick, horse-shoer U. R. Co., 

house 28 Flagg [Winter 

Hagerty Thos., blacksmith, 72 Main, b. 11 
Hagerty Thomas, hackman X. Devens, 

Palmer, boards 28 Charles River 
Hagerty Wm. H., carpenter, h. 16 Mill 
Hain X'icholas, carver (Haymarket sq., 

B. ), house 167 Thorndike 
Haines Alvin M., bookkeeper and weigh- 

. er Almshouse, Tannery, boards do. 
Haines Howard P., student H. U., rooms 

22 Hollis Hall 
Haines John P., at Boston Diatite Co.. h. 

Crescent, 1st on right from Oxford 
Haines John W., silverer Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville), house 234 Broadway 
Haines Samuel I., boards 125 Prospect 
Haines, see Haynes 
Halberg Nicholas (Johnson & Halberg), 

carriage maker, 133 Main and 22 

Broadway, house 137 do. 
Hale Aaron (Hale, Teele & Bisbee), soap 

mnfr., Davis, house 341 Broadway 
Hale Edward E., student H. U., rooms 1 

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HALE EDWIN B., lawyer (20 
Court, room 3, B.), bds. 387 Harvard 
Hale Eliza A. Miss, teacher Washington 

grammar school 
Hale Gertrude E. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, boards 11 Felton 
Hale Henry L., engineer, Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, boards 36 Ash 

HALE,TEELE&BISBEE(Aaron 
Hale, S. P. Teele and John Bisbee), 

soap manufacturers, Davis, corner 

Broadway, office (15 Chatham, B.) 
Hales Arthur, carpenter, house 7 Banks 
Haley Catherine Miss, house 13 Yine 
Haley Chas. B., com. mer., flour and prod- 
uce (4 and 8 Commercial, B.), house 

57 River 
Haley Charles E., fancy goods (21 Frank- 
lin, B.), house 14 Ellery 
Haley Christopher, laborer, h. 132 Garden 
Haley Daniel, laborer, house 183 Dublin 
Haley Dennis, laborer, house Rolling Mill 

block, Portland 
Haley Dennis, laborer, house 6 Laurel 
Haley Dennis F., boards 149 Franklin 
Haley Edmund, laborer, house 51 Cedar 
Haley Edwin L., salesman (156 Oliver, 

B.), house 144 Magazine 
Haley Eugene, laborer, h. rear 49 Willow 
Haley E. N., widow of Jesse, h. 10 Winsor 
Haley Hannah, widow of Michael, house 

47 School 
Haley Henry, teamster J. A. Wellington, 

house 3 Fifth [40 Clark 

Haley Henry, express (48 Brattle, B.), h. 
Haley James, laborer, house 47 School 
Haley James, peddler, house 23 Vine 
Haley Jeremiah, house 182 Green 
Haley Jesse W., engineer (45 Oliver, B.), 

house 10 Winsor 
Haley Joanna, wid. of David, h. 21 Sparks 
Haley John, meat inspector, house 323 

Cambridge 
Haley John, house 13 Vine 
Haley John, iron molder, 368 Main, bds. 

47 School 
Haley John, laborer, h. rear 79 Brighton 
Haley John H., teamster, 503 Main,house 

29 Cherry 
Haley John H., potter A. H. Hews & Co., 

h. 1 Emerson block, Crescent av. 
Haley John H., clerk, 244 Broadway, 

house 65 Columbia [Decatur 

Haley John P., baker, 502 Main, house 17 
Haley John W., laborer, bds. 21 Sparks 
Haley Margaret, wid. of Jas., h. 38 Foster 
Haley Mary, widow of Jason, house 150 

Thorndike [shire 

Haley Michael, city laborer, h. 183 Hamp- 
Haley Michael, carpenter, house 128 

Hampshire 
Haley Michael, junk, house 49 Vine 
Haley Michael jr., baker, 502 Main, bds. 

183 Hampshire 
Haley Michael II., stamper, 153 Putnam 

av., boards 162 Putnam avenue 
Haley Patrick, city laborer, h. 45 Amory 



Haley Patrick, laborer, house 14 McCabe 
Haley Patrick, teamster, 550 Main, house 

208 Franklin [Gore 

Haley Thomas, harness maker, bds. 164 
Haley Thomas, driver U. R. Co., house 

Norris, near Cedar 
Haley Thomas, laborer, h. 149 Franklin 
Haley Thomas, brass finisher, b. 47 School 
Haley Thomas J., painter, h. 183 Dublin 
Haley Timothy H., molder, 368 Main, 

boards 47 School 
Haley Timothy M., plumber, 12 Brattle 
Haley William, sawyer, 162 Broadway, 

house 235 do. 
Haley Wm. (McCormick & Haley), slater, 

606 Main, house 58 Amory 
Haley William, baker, 502 Main 
Halgrin John, slater, house 30 Banks 
Haliburton George M., adv. agent (B.), 

house 15 Market [Market 

Haliburton James A., carpenter, bds. 15 
Haliburton Thomas A., clerk (149 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 15 Market 
Haliburton Walter S., reporter (149 Sum-, 

mer, B.), boards 15 Market 
Hall Albert C., carpenter, b. 9 Boardman 
Hall Andrew C., laborer, h. 61 Washington 
Hall Arthur, musician, h. r. 176 Camb'ge 
Hall Asaph, student H. U., rooms 10 Hol- 

lis Hall 
Hall Barnabas Y., carpenter, h. 131 Green 
Hall Burleigh O., driver, 280 Broadway, 

house 286 do. 
Hall Charles E., marble (69 Charlestown, 

and 99 to 101 Haverhill, B.), house 411 

Broadway 
Hall Charles W., clerk (52 Pearl, B.), bds. 

15 Pleasant place 
Hall Edmund J., agent (234 State, B.), 

house 210 Harvard 
Hall Edward H., bookseller (32 Bromfield, 

B.), house 79 North avenue 
Hall Edward L., clerk (32 Bromfield, B.), 

boards 79 North avenue 

HALL EDWIN A., fruit com. mer., 
22 Winsor, house do. 

Hall Elbridge G., driver Cambridge Laun- 
dry, house 36 Fairmont 

Hall Etta H. Miss, dressmaker, 210 Har- 
vard, house do. [Brighton 

Hall Forest F., driver U. R. Co., house at 

Hall Frank H., clerk, 610 Main, boards 
15 Pleasant place 

Hall Frederick S., student H. U., rooms 
24 Holyoke House 

Hall Geo. E., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 12 
Plympton 

Hall George W., clerk (17 Franklin, B.), 
boards 8 Cottage 

Hall Henry C, foreman of fly finishers, 
162 Broadway, house 5 Felton 

Hall Henry E., confectioner, 280 Broad- 
way, boards 34 Brookline 

Hall Henry I., agent (234 State, B.), bds. 
210 Harvard 

Hall Henry M., student H. U., rooms 22 
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Hall Isaac P., house 74 Hancock 

Hall Jackson E., varnisher, h. 34 Brook- 
line 

Hall James E. (Thurston, Hall, & Co.), 
cracker baker, 31 and 33 Elm, house 
Greenough av., cor. Highland av. 

Hall James H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 
cracker baker, 31 and 33 Elm, house 
9 Gardner [North avenue 

Hall James M., student H. U., rooms 26 

Hall James M. W., merchant (12 Central 
wharf, B. ), house 16 Prescott 

Hall James P., clerk-, 408 Cambridge, bds. 
109 Winsor 

Hall John M., varnisher, house 23 River 

Hall Joseph, house 63 Oxford 

HAIjL LEWIS, president Lechmere 
National Bank, Q6 Cambridge, house 

Cambridge, near Hovey's nurseries 
Hall Lydia J., widow, h. 187 Hampshire 
Hall Matthew, cooper, 502 Main 
Hall Orrin, house 6 Follen 
Hall Quincy, conductor U. R. Co., house 

at Somerville 
Hall Reuben C, engineer, bds. 20 Cottage 
Hall Robert B. Mrs., house 5 Avon 
Hall R. C, machinist, 368 Main 
Hall Samuel W. Mrs., house 16 Prescott 

HALL STEPHEN A., mnfr. con- 
fectioner and livery stable, 280 Broad- 
way, house 242 Harvard 
Hall Susan, nurse, house 12 Pine 
Hall Thomas H., molder, h. 188 Harvard 
Hall Thomas S., police, station 2, house 

15 Pleasant place 
Hall Thomas V., traveling salesman (9 

Commercial, B.), house 100 Ellery 
Hall Walter A., medical student H. U., 

boards 89 Chestnut 
Hall Wilder F., machinist, 386 Main, 

house 68 Pleasant 
Hall Wm., gardener, h. 360 Broadway 
Hall Wm. E., clerk (9 Commercial, B.), 

boards 100 Ellery 
Hall Wm. H., machinist, 368 Main, house 

507 do. [Hampshire 

Hall Wm. H. S., hairdresser, house 36 
Hall Wm. S., lawyer (8 Congress, B.), 

boards 6 Follen 
Hallahan John, clerk, 169 Bridge, house 

3 Linehan block, Third 
Haller Christian F., glass blower, rear 577 

Main, house do. 
Hallesy Patrick, laborer, house 1 Bedford 
Hallett Frank R., clerk ( B.), rms. 589£ Main 
Hallett Henry J., cutter (117 Summer, 

B.), boards 106 Columbia 
Hallett Isaac H., student H. U., rooms 26 

Holyoke 
Hallett Nelson, upholsterer (53 Elm, B.), 

house 50 Prospect 
Hallett Wm. A., captain B. S. Co. (53 

Central wharf, B.), h. 6Q Magazine 
Hallett Wm. J., clerk (241 Atlantic av., 

B.), boards 66 Magazine 
Halliday Henry A. (H. A. Halliday & Co.), 

coal, etc., 436£ Main, house 72 Main 



Halliday H. A. & Co. (Henry A. Halli- 
day), coal, wood, etc., 436£ Main 

Halliday John B., cutter, 211 North ave- 
nue, house 196 do. 

Halliday Luke, laborer, 436£ Main, house 
70 Harvard 

Hallinan Patrick, teamster, College whf., 
house 3 Coggswell place 

Halloran Daniel, wines, liquors, &c, 269 
Cambridge, house do. 

Halloran Edward, printer Riverside Press, 
h. 121 Western av. [178 Green 

Halloran Ellen, widow of Daniel, house 

Halloran John T., plumber, 634 Main, b. 
249 Franklin 

Halloran Mary, widow of Timothy, house 
249 Franklin 

Halloran Patrick, laborer, b. 249 Franklin 

Halloran Timothy, laborer, h. 239 Franklin 

Halloran Timothy F., confectioner, boards 
239 Franklin 

Halse Alexander, brass molder, house 
1 Walker court 

Halse Richard, brass finisher, 368 Main 

Halstead Albert C, tinsmith, h. 57 Inman 

Ham James E., key maker, 143 Broad- 
way, boards 5 Cottage 

Ham Nathaniel, carpenter, h. 5 Cottage 

Hamblet Edward P., clerk (156 Oliver, B.), 
boards 854 Main 

Hamblet Sarah E. Mrs., house 854 Main 

Hamburger Benedict, h. Harvey, n. Clifton 

Hamill Samuel S., organ builder, 101 and 
103 Gore, house 102 Otis 

Hamilton Angus M., officer (Deer Island, 
B ), house 66 Second 

Hamilton Annie, widow of John, house 
17 Willard [Plymouth 

Hamilton Charles, key-finisher, house 61 

Hamilton Charles, compositor (18 Haw ley, 
B.), house 28 Mt. Auburn 

Hamilton Charles W., clerk (26 Kilby, B.), 
boards 124 Spring 

Hamilton Fernanda, laborer, house 27 
Washington 

Hamilton George S., salesman (103 Wash- 
ington, B.)^ boards 124 Spring 

Hamilton Harry F., dentist, 47 Brattle, 
house at Boston 

Hamilton James, porter (107 Milk, B.), 
house 56 Hastings [Spring 

Hamilton James, wood-turner, house 124 

Hamilton James A., mineral water, etc., 
(B.), boards 59 Franklin 

Hamilton James A., waiter Memorial Hall, 
H. U., rooms 1\ Holmes place 

Hamilton James B., fish, &c, 33 River, 
boards at Boston 

Hamilton James L., student H. TJ., rooms 
27 Holyoke House 

Hamilton Jane, widow, h. 51 Hastings 

Hamilton Mary, boards Henry Tyler's, 
Avon Hill street 

Hamilton Robt., harness-maker, 367 Cam- 
bridge, boards 197 Hampshire 

Hamilton Rufus W. Mrs., h. r. 147 Gore 

Hamilton Sarah, wid. of Sam'l, h. 47 Vine 



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Hamilton Thomas T., blacksmith, Third, 
house rear 105 Spring 

Hamilton Wm., manager Centennial Am. 
Tea Co., teas, 527 Main, house do. 

Hamilton Wm. A., carpenter, h. 50 Spruce 

Hamlen Elizabeth, widow of Willis C, 
house 12 Rockwell 

Hamlen Hattie A. Miss, teacher Willard 
primary school, bds. 12 Rockwell 

Hamlen Willis C, clerk (Shoe and Leather 
Asso., B.), boards 12 Rockwell 

Hamlin Addison, student H. U., rooms 11 
Felton Hall 

Hamlin Charles E., assistant in Concholo- 
gy and Paleontology Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology, house 11 Mellen 

Hamlin Charles E., student H. XL, rooms 
11 Felton Hall 

Hamlin Charles S., student H. U., rooms 
7 Gray's Hall [96 Austin 

Hamlin D. A., school teacher (S. B.), bds. 

Hamlin Emmons, director M. & H. Organ 
Co., 162 Broadway, h. at Winchester 

Hamlin Frank, student H. U., rooms 9 
Felton Hall 

Hamlin George B., printer (319 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 98 Otis 

Hamlin William, organ maker, 624 Main, 
boards Prospect House 

Hammond Alonzo, rubber worker, boards 

41 Franklin 

Hammond Betsey B., widow of Nathaniel 
O., house 166 Cambridge 

Hammond Chas. M., student H. U., rooms 
15 Holworthy Hall [h. 18 Sidney 

Hammond Elizabeth M. Mrs., elocutionist, 

Hammond Gardiner G., student H. IL, 
rooms 15 Holworthy Hall 

Hammond George P. (58 Portland, B.), 
house 12 Forest 

Hammond Geo. W., engineer Cambridge 
gas works, Third, house at Everett 

Hammond James M., glass-cutter, house 
99 Spring 

Hammond John W. (Hammond & Pope), 
lawyer, 555 Main, house 332 Broadway 

Hammond Joseph W., salesman (282 Dev- 
onshire, B.), house 10 Forest 

Hammond Josephine Miss, at (518 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 18 Sidney 

Hammond Samuel, student H. XL, rooms 

42 Gray's Hall 

Hammond Sumner B., driver U. R. Co., 

house 106 Tremont 
Hammond William G., tinsmith, house 

rear 189 Hampshire 
Hammond & Pope (John W. Hammond 

and Chas. G. Pope), lawyers, 555 Main 
Hammutz Caroline, widow of Joseph, 

house rear 81 Sixth 
Hampson David, engineer (95 Milk, B.), 

house 222 Green [Green 

Hampson Frank D., machinist, boards 222 
Hancock Charles E., real estate agent, 

593^ Main, house 46 Pleasant 
Hancock Edwin F., harness-maker, 570 

Main, house do. 



Hancock John, harness-maker, 570 Main, 

house 75 Franklin 
Hancock Lewis, student H. U., rooms 5 

Linden 
Hancock Robert A., bds. Ill Austin 
Hancock Solomon, com. mer. (76 State, 

B.), house 25 Pearl 
Hand Bernard, laborer, house 25 Donnell 
Hand James, musician (69 Court, B.), house 

88 Spring 
Haney Maria L. Miss, house 20 Prince 
Hankin Hiram, waiter, bds. 40 Plymouth 
Hankin John, case-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 97 Hampshire 
Hanks Charles Stedman, law student (20 

Court, B.), boards 387 Harvard 
Hanks Mary H. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, bds. 387 Harvard 
Hanks Stedman W., clergyman and agent 
of Seamen's Friend Society (Beacon, 
cor. Somerset, B.), house 387 Harvard 
Hanley Cornelius, wood-worker, house 3 

Lechmere square 
Hanley Daniel, cooper, house 10 Harding 
Hanley Edward, grocer (Somerville), house 

88 Franklin 
Hanley Frank,203 Bridge, h. at Charlestown 
Hanley John, varnisher, 203 Bridge, house 

at Charlestown 
Hanley John, laborer, house r. 55 Amory 
Hanley John P., painter, 14 Church 
Hanlon Edward, laborer, h. 15 Hayes ct. 
Hanlon George O., picture frame maker, 

house 287 Cambridge 
Hanlon James, laborer, h. 15 Hayes court 
Hanlon John, baker, house 261 Franklin 
Hanlon John, wood worker, house 3 Rog- 
ers block, Washington 
Hanlon John, teamster, house 104 Third 
Hanlon J., driver U. R. Co. 
Hanlon Michael J., laborer, 162 Broadway, 

boards 3 Rogers block, Washington 
Hanlon Morgan, fireman Revere Sugar 

Refinery, house 63 North 
Hanlon Morris, laborer, 162 Broadway, 

house 3 Rogers block Washington 
Hanlon Peter, brass molder, 368 Main, 

house rear 6 Lopez 
Hanlon Thomas, house 431 Cambridge 
Hanlon Thos. H., grocer, 109 Third, h. do. 
Hanlon Wm., stone-cutter, 258 Mt. Au- 
burn, house 301 Cambridge 
Hanna William J., plumber, 200£ North 

avenue, house 45 Coggswell avenue 
Hannaford Daniel W., laborer, house Con- 
cord avenue, corner New 
Hannaford James, laborer, h. 156 Franklin 
Hannaford Timothy, hostler, h. 138 Elm 
Hannah Robert C, stucco-worker (150 Mt. 

Vernon, B.), house 47 Market 
Hannon Ann, widow of John,h. 154 Third 
Hannon Edward F., laborer, b. 154 Third 
Hannon John, laborer, boards 154 Third 
Hannon John, baker, h. 92 Webster av. 
Hannon Martin J., weigher, 126 Portland, 

house Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Hannon Patrick, laborer, h. 110 Spring 



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Harmon Thomas J., straight-molder,First, 

corner Thorndike, house 119 Spring 
Hannon William, carpenter, house rear 

141 Columbia 
Hannum Esther F. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, house 27 William 
Hannum Laura A., widow .of Alexander, 

house 27 William 

HANNUM LEANDER M., grocer 
and real estate agent, 549 Main, and 

(Hannum & Preston), ice, 120 Hamp- 
shire, house 27 William 
HANNUM & PRESTON (Leander 
M. Hannum and Benj. F. Preston), 

ice dealers, 120 and 122 Hampshire 
Hanscom Arthur C, clerk (44 Kilby, B.), 

boards 4 Rice 
Hanscom Catherine M., widow of Jacob, 

house 4 Rice 
Hanscom Daniel, carpenter, h. 46 Sidney 
Hanscom Emmons, clerk, 473 Main, house 

5 Columbia 
Hanscom' Frank A., clerk (23 Clinton mar- 
ket, B.), boards 227 Broadway 
Hanscom George E., sewing-machine 

agent, 643 Main, boards 46 Sidney 
Hanscom Henry C.,carpentefr, h. 46Sidney 
Hanscom Inez A., widow, h. 122 Broadway 
Hanscom James S., foreman, 92 Main, h. 

17 William 
Hanscom John, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 

house 237;| Broadway 
Hanscom "Walter J., clerk A. H. Hews & 

Co., boards 4 Rice [Clark 

Hanscom Wm. P., carpenter, h. 3 Hotel 
Hanscom William S., h. 372 No. avenue 
Hansen Christian, tailor (B.), h. 77 Spring 
Hansis John C, wood-molder, Otis, cor. 

First, house rear 117 Otis 
Hansom Herbert, student H. XL, rooms 

16 Oxford 
Hanson Charles Mrs., house 14 Jay 
Hanson David, tinsmith, h. 138 Hampshire 
Hanson Edward, hairdresser, 7 Brattle, 

boards 15 Farwell place 
Hanson Frank, safe-maker, 17 Main 
Hanson Herbert F., student H. U., rooms 

16 Oxford 
Hanson Mary A., widow, h. 267 Putnam av. 
Hanson Mary A., widow of Joseph L., h. 

8 Prospect [Brighton 

Hauson Morris, butcher, 218 Green, b. 39 
Hanson R. Henry, milkman, 43 and 45 

Pine, house 41 do. 
Hanson Wm., laborer, h. 267 Putnam av. 
Hanson Wm. S., printer University Press, 

bouse 45 Wright 
Hapgood Henry C, laborer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 89 Chestnut 
Hapgood Luke B., shoes (63 High, B.), h. 

3 Walnut avenue 
Hapgood Luther, police, station 2, house 

67 Norfolk [Prospect 

Hapgood Richard, supt. U. R. Co., house 2 
Harcus David, laborer, house 116 Gore 
Hardigan Thomas, laborer, house Burrage 

block, Bristol 



Harding Bros. (Charles F. and Edward A. 
Harding), provisions, 69 Norfolk 

Harding Charles F. (Harding Bros.), pro- 
visions, 69 Norfolk, house 32 Tremont 

Harding Chas. L., com. mer. (202 Devon- 
shire, B. ), house 560 Cambridge 

Harding Edgar, com. mer. (202 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 26 Maple avenue 

Harding Edward A. (Harding Bros.), 69 
Norfolk, house 48 Pearl 

Harding Edward K., livery stable, 70 Nor- 
folk, house 267 Broadway 

Harding Hamlin R., sec. Metropolitan, R. 
R. (16 Kilby, B.), house 20 Clinton 

Harding Isaac N., house 288 Harvard 

Harding Richard B. jr., express (34 F. H. 
square, B.), house 168 Norfolk 

Harding Samuel G., paper, etc., 600 Main, 
house 48 Pleasant [Norfolk 

Harding Seymour W., express, boards 168 

Harding Walter H., clerk water registrar's 
office, City Hall, boards 20 Clinton 

Hardman Geo. H., machinist, 368 Main, 
boards 90 Winsor 

Hardon Henry W., law student H. XL, 
rooms 8 HollisHall 

Hardwick Charles T., student H. U., rms. 
19 Thayer Hall 

Hardwick Melbourne, engraver (B. ), bds. 
475| Main [avenue 

Hardy Charles D., agent, h. 267 Putnam 

Hardy Charles S., house 54 Pleasant 

Hardy Clara E. Miss, boarding-house, 51 
Pleasant 

Hardy Francis D., house 51 Pleasant 

Hardy Francis D. jr. (Henry Thayer & 
Co.), chemist, 150 Broadway,h. 50 Erie 

Hardy Frederick W., student H. U., rms. 
at Boston [Broadway 

Hardy Geo. A., musician, boards 231£ 

Hardy Mary H., widow of Thos., house 9 
Salem 

Hardy William, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 

Hare Francis A., steam-fitter, house 22 
School street court [at Boston 

Hare John, waiter Memorial Hall, house 

Harford Charles, bookbinder Riverside 
Press, house 6 Erie [Brighton 

Hargrave Patrick H., boarding-house, 44 

Harkins John, clerk, 18 Brattle, boards r. 
65 Mt. Auburn 

Harkins Michael, baker, h. 14 Plymouth 

Harkins Philip P., restaurant, 18 Brattle, 
rooms rear 65 Mt. Auburn 

Harling Fritz, butcher, h. 346 North av. 

Harlow Abbie Miss, house 39 Pine 

Harlow Albert F., bookkeeper Revere Su- 
gar Refinery, Water, h. 29 Fayette 

Harlow Charles, trunk-maker, Rhoades 
bldg., State, house 39 Pine 

Harlow Geo. L., salesman (450 Washing- 
ton,^.), house 223 Harvard 

Harlow Henry W., student H. U., rooms 
8 Holworthy Hall 

Harlow J. Hayden, clerk, 549 Main, house 
19 Lawrence 



Parties having CARRIAGES and wishing them VARNISHED or REPAIRED 

in the SPRING, can hare them STORED during the winter free of charge. 

at the manufactory of F. IVERS, 176 and 178 North Avenue. 



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Harmon Alonzo A., teamster, house 119 

Winsor 
Harmon Nathaniel M., teamster, boards 

43 Union [106 Tremont 

Harmon Sumner B., driver U. R. Co., h. 
Harmon William D., hostler, h. 43 Union 
Harmon William F., teamster (cellar 19 F. 

H. market, B. ), house 43 Union 
Harnden Edwin H., clerk (394 Washington, 

B. ), boards Elm, corner Tenney 
Harney G. Julian, house 16 Shepard 
Harney Margaret, widow of Michael, 

house 17 Tuttle 
Harney Marie, teacher, house 16 Shepard 
Harney Michael, laborer, bds. 17 Tuttle 
Harney Patrick, mason, house 15 Tuttle 
Harrell David, clothes-cleaner (9 Brattle 

square, B.), house 42 Union 
Harridau David, butcher Niles Bros., Con- 
cord avenue, house near do. 
Harries John D. C, shipper Riverside 

Press, boards 117 Western avenue 
Harrigan Bernard, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Harrigan Charley J., express, Lyceum 

building. Harvard sq., bds. 24 DeWolf 
Harrigan Daniel, brass-finisher, 36S Main 
Harrigan Daniel, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 24 DeWolf 
Harrigan Dennis, machinist B. & L.R. R. 

shop, house at Somerville 
Harrigan Dennis, stone-cutter, house Hol- 

worthy, near Locust 
Harrigan Michael, teamster, 180 Main, 

house 28 Harvard [5 Story 

Harriman Alonzo S., police, station 1, h. 
Harrington Adeline Miss, h. rear 52 Filth 
Harrington Albert O., hairdresser (7 P. O. 

square. B.), house 12 Broadway 
Harrington Annie, house 3 Jefferson 
Harrington'Bartholomew, , house 10 East 
Harrington Bernard, laborer, h. 30 Warren 
Harrington Bridget, widow, house rear 15 

Washington 
Harrington Charles A., bookkeeper, 12 

Cambridge, house 60 Otis 
Harrington Charles W., clerk, 29 Brattle, 

house 9 Revere 
Harrington Cornelius, laborer B. & M. R. 

R., house 3 Lechmere square 
Harrington Daniel, assistant janitor Zo- 
ological Museum, house 15 Crescent 
Harrington Daniel, house 13 Brewery 
Harrington Daniel, wood-turner F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., boards 10 East 
Harrington Daniel, house 186£ Bridge 
Harrington Dennis, laborer, h. 8 Fourth 
Harrington Edward A., stamper, 153 

Putnam avenue, boards 24 Prince 
Harrington Edward J., clerk, bds. 6 Fifth 
Harrington Eliza Mrs., boarding-house 60 

Brattle 
Harrington Eliza F., widow oj Enoch, 

house foot of Washington avenue 
Harrington Frank, laborer, boards 14 

Squires court [Holyoke 

Hurington Frank A., student H. U., b. 33 



Harrington George F., 105 Magazine, 
x boards 84 Chestnut 

Harrington Henry, tin-plate worker (36 
Union, B.), house 24 Prince 

Harrington I. B. , conductor U. R. Co. 

Harrington James, laborer, h. 17 McCabe 

Harrington Jas., laborer, h. r. 198 Bridge 

Harrington James, brass-finisher,368 Main 

Harrington Jas. jr., teamster, b. 17 McCabe 

Harrington Jeremiah, hostler, Church, h, 
Murray, near Eliot [h. 4 do. 

Harrington Jeremiah, liquors, 2 Winter, 

Harrington John (John Harrington & 
Clark), granite, Gore wharf, Third, 
and marble (458 Tremont, B.), house 
at -Somerville 

Harrington John, dry goods (17 Tremont 
row, B.), h. foot of Washington av. 

Harrington John & Clark (John Harring- 
ton and Edward J. Clark), granite 
works, Gore wharf, Third, and mar- 
ble works (458 Tremont, B.) 

Harrington John J., hostler, Church, 
house Murray, near Eliot 

Harrington John L., iuspector water reg- 
istrar's office, City Hall, h. 84 Chestnut 

Harrington Kate, teacher St. Mary's 
Paroclrftil school, house at Boston 

Harrington L. G., driver U. R. Co. 

Harrington Margaret, widow of Patrick, 
house 4 Linehan block, Third 

Harrington Mary E., widow of John,house 
6 Fifth [b. 84 Chestnut 

Harrington Mary E. G. Miss, sub-teacher, 

Harrington Michael, baker, 912 Main, 
boards 9 Remington [Andrew 

Harrington Roger, hostler U. R. Co., h. 13 

Harrington Stephen H., peddler, house 
390| Cambridge 

Harrington Thomas W., currier, boards 4 
Linehan block, Third 

Harrington Timothy, hostler, Church, 
house 31 Dunster 

Harrington Timothy Mrs., h. 1 Murdock 

Harrington Timothy,^ardener, 741 Main, 
house 158 Green 

Harrington Willard H, stamper, 163 Pleas- 
ant, boards 24 Prince 

Harrington Wm. H. lawyer, 593| Main, 
and (235 Washington, room 9, B.), 
house 712 Cambridge 

Harrington Winthrop G., printer Univer- 
sity Press, house 84 Chestnut 

Harris Benjamin C, tin peddler, house 
109 Columbia [8 Holyoke pi. 

Harris Catherine H., widow of T. Wm., h. 

Harris Charles IL, brush-maker, boards 
169 Prospect 

Harris Charles N., law-student H. U., 
rooms 46 North avenue 

Harris Charles W., house 39 Tremont 

Harris Darius M., lawyer (12 Pemberton 
square, B.), house 72 Harvard 

Harris Emma F. Miss, private school, 134 
Hancock, boards 8 Holyoke place 

Harris George, fish and oysters, 154£ Har- 
vard, house 156 do. 



LUMBER & MOULDINGS. J. G. & N. C. GOOCH. 

Wharf, Western Avenue, Brighton. 904 Main Street, Cambridge, office, 13 Kilby Street, Boston. 



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Harris George Mrs., fancy goods, 156 Har- 
vard, house do. 
Harris George C, house 11 Pleasant place 
Harris James G., transfer agent U. P. R. 
R. (44 Equitable building, B.J, boards 

16 Prospect 

Harris James Winthrop Mrs., house Fran- 
cis avenue, off Kirkland 
Harris John, laborer, house 57 Harvard 
Harris Joseph, waiter, h. 131 Columbia 
Harris J. Watson (420 Washington, B.), 

house 50 William 
Harris Louise W. Miss, teacher Willard 

primary school, boards 50 William 
Harris Philip W., house 91 Austin 
Harris Stephen S., upholsterer, 3 Paver, 

house 671 Western avenue 
Harris Thomas, house 21 Hastings 
Harris Thomas D., laborer, h. 54 Hastings 
Harris William, laborer, h. 191 Mt. Auburn 
Harris William, carpenfer,h. 105 Columbia 
Harrison Charles L., student H. U., rms. 

4 Holyoke House 
Harrison Win. H. (Harrison & McLane), 

bill poster, 78 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 
Harrison & McLane (William H. Harrison 

and J. A. McLane), bill posters, 78 

Cambridge 
Harrod Frances J. Miss, teacher Sargent 

primary school, boards at Boston 
Harrod W. Albert, milkman, house 12f 

Western avenue 
Hart Abram, cigar maker (121 Court, B.), 

house 61 Brookline 
Hart Daniel, laborer, house 62 Amory 
Hart George, house 14 Lopez 
Hart George, cigar maker (Federal, B.), 

house 61 Brookline [374 do. 

Hart James, pipe fitter, 36S Main, boards 
Hart John, house 254 Franklin 
Hart John P., fruit peddler, house 118 

Cambridge 
Hart Joseph H., agent, boards 33 Fifth 
Hart Margaret Mrs., house 4 Hamilton 
Hart Thomas, laborer, house 35 Cowper- 

thwaite 
Hart William, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 101 Brookline 
Hart, see Hartt 

llartery John, laborer, h. 143 Webster av. 
Hartford William, laborer, house 9 Tuttle 
Hartness George, hairdresser, house 40 

Plymouth 
Hartness George, milkman, h. 11 Willard 
Hartnett Daniel, boards 190 Bridge 
Hartnett Julia, wid. of Thos., h. 31 Clark 
Hartney Mortimer, currier, house 206 

Franklin 
Hartshorn Frederick, wood turner, house 

26 Union 
Hartshorn George F., boards 17 Kirkland 
Hartshorn Geo. T., student H. U., rooms 

17 Kirkland 

Hartshorn Jos., upholsterer (21 Charles, 

B. ) , house 86 Thorndike 
Hartt John, house 40 Concord avenue 



Hartwell Charles H., provisions, 126 Cam- 
bridge, house 98 Thorndike 
Hartwell Frank, clerk, 126 Cambridge, 

rooms 61 Third 
Hartwell George A., provisions, 3 Inman 

square, house 22 Antrim 
Hartwell George H., jeweler (41 Arch, B.), 

house 106 Austin 
Hartwell James K., salesman (49 Dock 

square, B.), house 12 Fairmont 
Hartwell James T., clerk (30 Dock square, 

B.), house 12 Fairmont 
Hartwell J. Albert, clerk, 126 Cambridge, 

house 148 do. 
Hartwell William, carpenter, h. 6 Lincoln 
Hartwell William H., hay, grain, etc., 42 

Bridge, house at Somerville 
Harty Henry O., cooper J. Reardon & 

Sons, house 269 Putnam avenue 
Harty Michael J. (McCloskey & Harty), 

grocer, 91 and 443 Cambridge, rooms 

53 Otis [15 Brattle 

Harvard Council, Royal Arcanum, No. 330, 

HARVARD DAILY ECHO, 
3 Linden 

Harvard University Botanic Garden, junc. 
Garden, Linnaean, and Raymond 

Harvard University Gymnasium, Kirk- 
land, junction Holmes place 

Harvey Alexander, student II. U., and ed- 
itor and proprietor Harvard Daily 
Echo, 3 Linden, rooms 17 Little's blk. 

Harvey Anna M., widow of John S., house 
Mt. Pleasant, corner Walden 

Harvey Charles, porter (11 India, B.), h. 
10 Bath 

Harvey Charles, printer, bds. 27 Second 

Harvey Daniel G., foreman, 114 Cam- 
bridge, house 33 Fourth 

Harvey Fanny C. Mrs., house Washington 
avenue, corner Arlington 

Harvey Frank H., student H. U., rooms 
1 Stoughton Hall 

Harvey George, jeweler (B.), bds. 82 Pearl 

Harvey Joseph W., wheelwright, 4 Cam- 
bridge, boards 108 do. 

Harvey Samuel C. (226 Washington, B.), 
house 49 Cottage 

Harvie Charles W., carpenter Jaynes & 
Co., house 7 Blanche 

Harwood Harrison, county commissioner, 
Court-house. Third, house at Xatick 

Haseltine Carrie L. Mrs., button-hole 
maker, 12 Dunster, house do. 

Haseltine Lydia L., widow of Moses D., 
boards 10 White 

Haskell Barnabas D. jr.. salesman (5 Win- 
throp square, B.), house 33 Orchard 

Haskell Isabella G. Miss, bds. 51 Pleasant 

Haskell Jones L., baker, house 3 Rogers 
block, Washington 

Haskell Mellen W., student H. U., rooms 
38 College House 

Haskell William E., student H. U., rooms 
32 Holyoke House 

Haskell William H., cabinet-maker (B.), h. 
34 Amory 



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Main, house at Somerville 
Haskins David G. Kev., house S39 Main 
Haskins David G. jr., lawyer (23 Court, 

13.), boards 839 Main 
Haskins John, junk, house 96 Webster av. 
Haskins Timothy, porter (31 Milk, B.), 

boards 96 Webster avenue 
Haslan Thomas, boiler maker, h. 72 Main 
Haslauer Jean Baptiste, laborer, house 

foot Harvey 
Hassett Michael, laborer, house 2 Line- 

han block, Third 
Hasset Simon, gardener, h. 79 Wendell 
Hastings Andrew G., brush maker, house 

rear 19 Vine 
Hastings Andrew J., clerk U.S. sub treas- 
ury (Devonshire, B.), house 59 Market 
Hastings Bernard, laborer, 162 Broadway, 

house 29 Harvard 
Hastings Catherine, wid. of Charles, house 

3 Ashburton place 
Hastings Edward H., Colorado mining 

exchange (292 Washington, B.), house 

27 Ellery 
Hastings Emeline C, widow of Samuel E., 

dressmaker, 464 Main, house do. 
Hastings Frank, soap maker, boards 61 

Harvard 
Hastings Frank W. (W. B. Hastings & 

Co., insurance agent, 89 Cambridge 

(Union square, Somerville), and (7 

Exchange place, B.), boards 5 Russell 
Hastings George H., printer (324 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 101 Prospect 
Hastings George T., carpenter, house 143 

Franklin 
Hastings Harriet, widow of Thomas B., 

house 44 William 
Hastings Isaac, gilder, house 49 Winsor 
Hastings John K., student Divinity school, 

rooms 14 Ware 
Hastings Lewis M., civil engineer, City 

Engineer's office, City Hall, house 27 

Essex [h. 98 Putnam av. 

Hastings Mary E. Miss, boys' clothes, 
Hastings Michael, foreman Hale, Teele & 

Bisbee, house 61 Harvard 
Hastings Oliver Mrs., house 101 Brattle 
Hastings Sarah E. Mrs., house 31 Sixth 
Hastings Watson B. (W. B. Hastings & 

Co.), ins. agt., 89 Cambridge (Union 

sq., Somerville), and (7 Exchange pi., 

B.), house 5 Russell 

HASTINGS TV. B. & CO. (Watson 
B. and Frank W. Hastings), ins. 

agents, 89 Cambridge (Union square, 

Somerville), and (7 Exchange pl.,B.) 
Hatch Andrew J., bookkeeper (35 Fleet, 

B.), house 121 Prospect 
Hatch Arthur G., student H. U., rooms 5 

Linden [press, h. 21 Wallace 

Hatch Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), ex- 
Hatch Celenda S. Mrs., b. 1 Waterhouse 
Hatch Chas. H., baker, house 6£ Cherry 
Hatch Eugene H., student H. U., rooms 

11 Thayer Hall 



Hatch Everett W., student H. U., rms. 32 

North avenue 
Hatch Hattie M. Mrs., bds. r. 63 Auburn 
Hatch Horatio N. jr., driver, 31 Elm, house 

50 Market 
Hatch James H. L. Mrs., h. 64 Hampshire 
Hatch James W., boots and shoes (48 

Hanover, B.), house 160 Pleasant 
Hatch Lewis F., clerk, 119 Cambridge, 

house 33 Fouith [23 Fainnont 

Hatch Stephen D., painter, 660 Main, house 
Hatch Thomas D., house 6 Warland 
Hatch & Co. (Benjamin F. Hatch), express, 

6 Brattle and (36 Court sq., B.) 
Hatfield Amos, carpenter, bds. 3 Prospect 
Hathawav Caroline Miss, house 4 Mead 

HATHAWAY CHARLES F„ ba- 
ker, confectioner and caterer, 180 

North avenue, house 26 Mead 
Hathaway Eliza Miss, house 4 Mead 
Hathaway Maria D., widow of Galen, h. 

56 Erie [throp 

Hatley William F., mason, rooms 17 Win- 
Haupt Frank S., student H. U., rooms 107 

Ellery [66 Fairmont 

Haven Abbie E., r widow of Charles L., h. 
Haven Geo. F., carriage-painter, 448 Main , 

boards rear 63 Auburn 
Haven Henry P. Mis., h. rear 63 Auburn 
Havey William, baker, house 5 Suffolk 
Hawes Frank T., clerk (F. H. market, B.), 

house 8 Western avenue 
Hawkes Henry A., laborer, house 2 Front 

street court [h. 6 East 

Hawkes James, switchman B. & M. R. R., 
Hawkes Levi (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumb- 
er, 599^ Main and (50 Howard, B.), 

house 21 Warland 

HAWKES LEVI & CO. (Levi 
Hawkes and John Crawford), plumb- 
ers, 590£ Main and (50 Howard, B.) 
Hawkes William, marble-cutter, 53 Main, 

boards at Boston 

Hawkes Vhilenia D., widow, house 2 Front 

street court [11 Thayer Hall 

Hawkins Arthur M., student H. U., rooms 

Hawkins A. Charles, teamster, house 223 

Broadway, room 4 
Hawkins Christopher C, teamster, house 

187 Broadway 
Hawkins Edward D. (Johnson & Haw- 
kins), clothes cleaners, 459 Main,house 
13 Webster avenue 
Hawkins Elmira, wid., h. 54 Sacramento 
Hawkins Eugene D., student H. U., rooms 
1 Little's block [Broadway 

Hawkins Jewett P., teamster, house 193 
Hawkins John, case-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 97 Hampshire 
Hawkins William, police, station 3, house 
Hawkins blk., Charles, east of Third 
Hawley John, laborer, h. 40 Winthrop 
Hawley Patrick, laborer, 10 Arrow, house 
at Somerville [at Somerville 

Hawley William, paster, 10 Arrow, house 
Hay Henry A., bookkeeper (18 Kilby, B.), 
boards 686 Main 



THE DOCK SQUARE HARDWARE STORE. 

Established 1860. 30 DOCK SQUARE. 



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Hatheway Amos L., law student H. U., 

rooms 410 Harvard 
Haycroft Joseph B., shoemaker, house 1 

Cowperthwaite 

Hayden Albion K. P., clerk Moore Bros., 

house 130 Winsor [Auburn 

Hayden David D., carpenter, house 54 Mt. 

Hayden Edward M., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 20 Orchard 
Hayden Elizabeth, widow of Frederick A., 

house 10 Concord avenue 
Hayden Geo. William, molder, 368 Main, 
house 69 Moore [Kinnaird 

Hayden Henry S., carpenter, house 33 
Hayden James T., supt. Walworth Mnfg. 
Co., machine shop, 368 Main, house 38 
Austin 
Hayden Joel Mrs., house 14 Craigie 
Hayden Joseph L., foreman steel shop, 

368 Main, house 44 Austin 
Hayden Lizzie D. Miss, dressmaker, house 

54 Mount Auburn 
Haydeu William, iron-molder, 36S Main 
Hayden Zebah, carpenter, 23 DeWolf, h. 

14 Bowdoin , 
Hayden, see Heyden 

Hayes Alexander L., solicitor of patents 
(95 Milk, room 72, B.), house Mount 
Auburn, opp. Elm wood avenue 
Hayes Alvin, boots and shoes, 578 Main, 

' house 8 Perry 
Hayes Ann, wid. of Daniel, h. 41 Bolton 
Hayes Daniel, blacksmith, house 22 Web- 
ster avenue 
Hayes David M., wheelwright, 156 River, 

house 132 do. 
Hayes Dennis J., boards 41 Bolton 
Hayes Edmund, boards 16 Winthrop 
Hayes Edward, clerk,502 Main, b. 37 Flagg 
Hayes Emma F. Miss, milliner (463 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 13 Norton 
Hayes Hammond V., student H. TJ.,rms. 

5 Felton building 
Hayes Henry, express, 1 Brattle, and (32 

Court sq., B.), house 22 Shepard 
Hayes James, brass-finisher, bds. 30 Vine 
Hayes James, plumber, house 200 Norfolk 
Hayes Jeremiah, teamster, 168 Main, house 

73 Sixth 
Hayes John, baker, 502 Main 
Hayes John, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, boards John Starkey's, Waverly 
Hayes John, laborer, house 7 Grant 
Hayes John B., trunk-maker, house 391 

Cambridge 
Hayes John J., cigar-maker, bds. 30 Vine 
Hayes John J., cooper, house 65 Vine t 
Hayes John L., sec. National Association 
of Wool Mnfrs. (95 Milk, B.) , house 
Mount Auburn, opp. Elmwood av. 
Hayes John S.,tin worker, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 5 Rockwell 
Hayes John T., carpenter, h. 227 Franklin 
Hayes Katie C, station agent Brick Yard 
F. R. R. . boards 41 Dolton 

HAYES LUTHER S., carpenter, 24 
Mill, house 13 Norton 



Hayes Mary Miss, house 17 Brown 
Hayes Michael, blacksmith, h. 53 Clark 
Hayes Michael, tailor (B.), h. 34 Spiing 
Hayes Michael, laborer, house 37 Jefferson 
Hayes Michael, laborer, house 37 Flagg 
Hayes Michael F., molder, 368 Main, bds. 

37 Flagg [n. Locust 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, house Holwoi thy, 
Hayes Peter, laborer, house 30 Vine 
Hayes Simeon M., student H. U., rooms 5 

Felton building 
Hayes Walter H., salesman (54 Commerce, 

B.), boards 13 Norton 
Hayes Wm. A., student H. U., rooms 44 

Matthews Hall 

HAYES WILLIAM A. JR., 
counselor (41 Sears building, B.), h. 
Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood avenue 
Hay man Madison B., teamster, house 180 
Broadway [Elm 

Haynes Frank W., salesman, 31 Elm, b. 32 
Haynes Henry A., clerk Boston Stamping 
Works, Third, b. Harvard, c. Norfolk 
Hayijes James, laborer, h. 40 Washington 
Haynes Joel D., milkman, bds. 5 Brewer 
Haynes Mary Miss, house 50 Cottage 
Haynes Michael H., iron molder, 368 
Main, house 331 do. [court 

Haynes Sydney C, teamster, h. 2 Walker 
Haynes, see Haines 

Hayward Almira L., librarian Cambridge 
Public Library, 639 Main, boards 32 
Western avenue 
Hayward Elizabeth C. Miss (Bancroft & 
Hayward), fancy goods, 439 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Hayward Florence M. Miss, teacher Riv- 
erside primary school, bds. at Melrose 
Hayward Frank M., law student H. U., 

rooms 1 Berkeley 
Hayward Geo. A. (Work & Hayward), 
furniture mover, 119 Pearl, #ud 576 
Main, house 18 Watson 
Hayward James T., machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 
Hayward Walter E., student H. U., rms. 

17 Holworthy Hall 
Hayward Walter F., salesman, 3 Brattle, 

house 16 Story 
Hayward Wm. P., h. Elm, corner Beech 
Haywood George A., lumber (B.), boards 

303 Broadway 
Haywood James, laborer, h. r. 34 Charles 
Haywood Walter F., baker, 376£ Cam- 
bridge, house 3 Harding 
Haywood, see Heywood 
Hazel Benjamin C, painter, boards 67 
Washington [Washington 

Hazel Benjamin G., carpenter, house 67 
Hazel Wm., teamster, house 11 Murdock 
Hazel Wm. A., draughtsman, boards 67 

Washington 
Hazeltine Caroline H. Miss, teacher 
Washington grammar school, boards 
110 Auburn 
Hazeltine Margaret W., widow of George, 
dressmaker, house 110 Auburn 



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Hazelton, Lorenzo W., expressman, 600 

Main, house 48 Sidney 
Hazelwood Ann E., widow of Francis T., 

bouse 37 Essex 
Hazelwood George F., action maker, h. 

37 Essex 

Hazen Charles R., h. foot Divinity av. 
Hazen Daniel M., traveling agent, 502 

Main, house 38 Tremont 
Hazen Frank P., trav. agent, 502 Main, 

boards 38 Tremont 
Hazen Geo. E., salesman (66 Chauncy, 

B.), boards 38 Tremont 
Hazen James W., clerk, 502 Main, boards 

38 Tremont 

Hazlett Andrew, house 366 North avenue 

Hazlett George, driver U. R. Co., boards 
5 Frank 

Hazlett John M., foreman U. R. Co. sta- 
ble, Eighth, house 125 Winsor 

Hazlett Joseph, teamster W. T. Richard- 
son & Co., house 8 Camden place 

Hazlett Robert J., teamster, b. 7 Sparks 

Hazlett Wm., driver, 90 Inman, bds. do. 

Hazlett Wm. Henry, printer University 
Press, house 7 Sparks 

Hazlett Wm. H. (W. H. Hazlett & Co.), 
First, house 106 Thorndike 

Hazlett W. H. & Co. (W. H. Hazlett, Wm 
McHugo and Charles W. Underhill), 
planing mill, First, cor. Thorndike 

Hazlett, see Hezlitt 

Heald Charles P., law student H. U., rms. 
14 Story 

Heald Fred, fireman F, R. R., rms. 95 Otis 

Heald George K., bookkeeper (Purchase, 
B.), boards 67 Magazine 

Healey Daniel, laborer, 368 Main, house 
156 Franklin [cor. Otis 

Healey Ellen, widow of John, h. Ninth, 

Healey John J., porter (B.), bds. Ninth, 
corner Otis 

Healey Robert B.,. porter (100 Summer, B.), 
house 17 Lawrence 

Healy John, varnisher, 162 Broadway, h. 
12 Ninth 

Hearsey Charles A., tin stamper, boards 
64 Columbia [64 Columbia 

Hearsey John A., tin stamper (B.), boards 

Hearsey Walter H., salesman t.62 High, 
B.), boards 64 Columbia 

Hearsey William E., foreman (190 Trem- 
ont, B.), house 64 Columbia 

Heath William C, cabinet maker, h. 414 
Main 

Heavey Malachi, baker, 502 Main, house 
at Charlestown 

Heavey Wm., baker, 502 Main 

Hebard Albert K., foreman of regulators, 
162 Broadway, house 147 Harvard 

HEBARD FREDERIC C, milk 
dealer, 12 Green, h. at So. Boston 
Hebbard Albert, car springs, house 427 

Broadway 
Hebbard Albeit H, bds. 427 Broadway 
Hebbard Charles C, clerk, 559 Main, bds. 
427 Broadway 



Hector Thomas Xavier, printer Riverside 

Press, house 42 Fairmont 
Hedge Frederic H. Rev., Prof, of German 

H. U., house 48 North avenue 
Hedge Lothrop, salesman (33 Summer, 

B.), boards 4 Story 
Hedge Nathaniel L., house 7 Holyoke 
Heeb Wm. F., clerk, 188 Norfolk, h. do. 
Heeney John, laborer, h. 377 Cambridge 
Heeney Peter J., cigar maker (53 Black- 
stone, B.), house 115 Pearl 
Heeney Timothy, laborer, h. r. 175 Bridge 
Heffernan David, liquors, etc., 472 Cam- 
bridge, house 156 Prospect 
Heffernan Joseph, shoemaker, and coal 

and wood, 401 Cambridge, house do. 
Heffernan Wm., cattle broker.h. 189 Spruce 
Hegner Francis, locksmith (52 Bedford, 

B.), house 68 Vine 
Heilbron George H, student H. U., rooms 

46 Holyoke 
Heileman Wm., boot and shoe mnfr. (125 

Cambridge, B. ), house 71 River 
Heilge John H, driver, 195 Broadway, 

house 189 do. 
Heintzeman Charles H., printer Universi- 
ty Press, rooms 56 Brighton 
Helgert Frederick, currier, house Jackson, 

next corner Hirvey [12 Shoit 

Hellen Elizabeth, widow of Robert, h. r. 
Hellmann Fred., glass cutter N. E. G. Co., 

house 3 Mullen court 
Hellmann John L., jeweler (71 Sudbury, 

B.), house 125£ Spring 
Hellmann Thomas L.,solderer F. Draper 

& Co., boards rear 125| Spring 
Hellrigl Anna Miss, teacher of German, 

boards C. W. Munroe's, Francis av. 
Hemenway Charles M., student H. U., 

rooms 8 Gray's Hall 
Hemenway Eben J., hairdresser, boards 

286£ Broadway [5 Revere 

Hemenway Sarah B. Miss, seamstress, b. 
Hemming Edward C, sash and blind mak- 
er F. M. H. F. Co., house 36 W T inter 
Hemming Thomas, japanner, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house at Boston 
Henchman Nathaniel H., h. 294 Harvard 
Henderson Bros. (John J. and Robert 

Henderson jr.), carriage makers, 232 

North avenue 
Henderson Chas. W. (Henderson & Son), 

paper stock. 247 Pearl, house 238 do. 
Henderson Elizabeth Mrs., h. 5 Kinnaird 
Henderson Frederick, blacksmith, 356 

Main, boards at Boston 
Henderson George R., carriage mnfr., 270 

North avenue, house 268 do. 
Henderson George W., mason, house 126 

Harvard [vey 

Henderson Jas., currier, h. Reed, c. Har- 
Henderson James, brush maker, house 28 

Hastings 
Henderson James A., carriage maker, 350 

North avenue, house 352 do. 
Henderson John B., brush maker, house 

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Henderson John J. (Henderson Bros.), 

carriage maker, 232 North avenue, h. 

.7 Chester [Broadway 

Henderson Lawrence, laborer, house 189 

Henderson Robert, h. 268 North avenue 

Henderson Robert jr. (Henderson Bros.), 

carriage maker, 232 North aveDue, 

house 244 do. 

Henderson Thomas C, letter carrier P. 

O., (311 Main, house 5 Kinnaird 
Henderson William (Henderson & Son), 

paper stock, 247 Pearl, house do. 
Henderson William, plumber (110 Kings- 
ton. B.). house 83 Vine 
HENDERSON & SOX (Wm. and 
Chas. W. Henderson), metals and pa- 
per stock, 247 Pearl 
Hendley Lucy J., widow of Otis, house 40 

Orchard 
Hendry George E., boiler maker, 35G Main, 

house at Somerville 
Heneault Onesime, brickmaker, house 

Dublin, near Walden 
Henley Francis O. (Francis O. Henley & 

Co.), horse shoer, 490 Main 
Henley Francis O. & Co. (Francis O. Hen- 
ley and John Copithorn), horse sho- 
ers, 496 Main 
Hennessey Alexander M., shoemaker, 348 

Broadway, house 94 Winsor 
Hennessey Edward, machinist, 368 Main 
Hennessey Esther, wid. of Michael, house 

74 Hampshire 
Hennessey James, laborer, h. 124 Dublin 
Hennessey James, laborer, h. 57 Portland 
Hennessey J as., printer Riverside Press, 
house 8 Jay [Hastings 

Hennessey James H., teamster, house 10 
Hennessey Jas. J., waiter (Revere House, 

B.), house 59 Viue 
Hennessey Sarah A., widow of Michael F., 

house rear 1 Webster avenue 
Hennessey Thomas B., printer (4 Will- 
iams court, B. ), house5 Cordon court 
Hennessey William, laborer, h. 55 Amory 
Hennessy John E., laborer, h. 22 Harvard 
Hennessy Joseph A., cabinet maker, 
Woodbury building, boards at Boston 
Hennigar Amy Miss, house 15 Dyke 
Henrity M. J., 44 Cambridge, house at 

Charlestown 
Henry George A., engineer, 502 Main, 

house 15 Austin 
Henry James, laborer, house 3 Bell 
Henry James jr., laborer John Reardon & 

sons, boards 3 Bell 
Henry Jas. B., carpenter, h. 24 Rockwell 
Henry Jas. S., cabinet maker, b. 25 Cedar 
Henry John, blacksmith (Brookline), bds. 

3 Bell 
Hensby John W., house rear 110 Main 
Henshaw John A., librarian Mass. His- 
torical Society(30 Tremont, B.), house 
23 Craigie 
Henshaw John O., boards 23 Craigie 
Henshaw Wm. O., fruit (113 State, B.), 
house 49 Linnaean 



Herbert Frank, clerk (B.), bds. 11 Story 
Herbert Harry, painter, house 4 Cow- 

perthwaite [Spruce 

Herbert Honora Mrs., house Jackson, n. 
Herbert John, machinist. 368 Main, house 

170 Norfolk 
Herbert William R., clerk, 45S Harvard, 

boards 11 Brewer [Hampshire 

Herelihy James, city laborer, house 194 
Herelihy John, laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 
Herelihy John^tone-cutter, Gore wharf, 

house 39 Union 
Herelihy, see Hurlihy 
Herman John, currier, boards 3 Buck's 

block, Seventh [roe, n. Third 

Hermans Anna, widow of Hobart, h. Mun- 
Hermans Henry, machinist, 368 Main, 

house Munroe, near Third 
Hermans Paul, laborer, boards Munroe, 

near Third 
Heron Joseph, dry goods, 437 Main, h. do. 
Heron Samuel, groceries and provisions, 

281 Cambridge, boards do. 

HERON W3I. J., plasterer, basement 
610 Main, house 451 Main 
Herrick Frank C, clerk (41 Franklin, B.), 

boards 202 Harvard [Harvard 

Herrick Israel, shoe-cutter (B.), house 202 
Herrick John, 44 Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Herrick Wm. A., lawyer (33 School, room 

3, B.), house 7 Norton [Norton 

Herrick Wm. H., student H. IT., rooms 7 
Herring Francis A., overseer Union R.Co. 

stable (West Somerville), h. 6 Frank 
Hersey Henry, plasterer, house 90 Banks 
Hersey Jeremiah F., clerk, Putnam av., 

cor. Western av., b. 138 Hampshire 
Hersey Walter, baker, 502 Main 
Hersey, see Hearsey 

Hersum Charles S., carpenter, b. 99 Austin 
Hertach Samuel, laborer, house 57 Charles 
Hertech John, pocket-book maker, house 

7 Mullin court 
Hess Alfred J., lager beer. 39 Union, h. do. 
Hess Hiram, steam pipe fitter, h. 25 Union 
Hess Jeremiah, teamster, 168 Main 
Hess John, teamster, house rear 39 U/nion 
Hewes John, machinist, h. 133 Portland 
Hewes, see Hews 
Hewett Asa W., traveling agent, 502 Main, 

house 98 Norfolk [Norfolk 

Hewett Jobn E., clerk, 502 Main, bds. 98 
Hewett, see Hewitt 
He wins Harriet N., widow of George G., 

house 373 Harvard 
Hewins John A., spring bed maker, 

Rhoades bldg., State, bds. 56 Sydney 
Hewitt James, carriage maker, house '39 

Spruce 
Hewitt, see Hewett 

Hewlett Aronella Molyneaux Miss, hair- 
dresser, 23 Dunster, house do. 
Hewlett E. Molyneaux, lawyer (13 Court 

square, room 8, B), house 23 Dunster 
Hewlett Frances L., widow of Albert, h. 

167 Brookline 
Hewlett Paul P., actor, boards 23 Dunster 



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Hews Albert H. (A. H. Hews & Co.), 

earthenware, Crescent avenue, rooms 

192 North avenue 
Hews Augustus H., house 291 Broadway 
Hews A. H. & Co. (Albert H. and Horatio 

Hews), earthenware manufacturers, 

Crescent avenue 
Hews Horatio (A. H. Hews & Co.), earth- 
enware), Crescent av., h. at Weston 
Hews Michael J., carriage painter, house 

28 Coggswell avenue* 
Hews, see Hewes 
Hewson John M., boots and shoes, 424 

Cambridge, house 407 do. 
Heydeu Henry, galvanizer,h. 125 Harvard 
Heyden, see Hayden 

Heymer John C, stereotyper (171 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 22 Wendell 
Heymer J. Edward, stereotyper, boards 22 

Wendell 
Heyn Frederick A., sausage maker R. 

Weitze, house Eighth, near Spring 
Hey wood Frank E., student H. U., rooms 

21 Matthews Hall 
Hey wood George, student H. U., rooms 

47 Holyoke House 
Hey wood George A., grain (130 State, B.), 

boards 303 Broadway 
Heywood Maria L. Miss, house 149 Austin 
Hey wood William Mrs., h. 351 Harvard 
Heywood, see Haywood 
Hezlitt George, stone-setter, house 29 Kin- 

naird [Kinnaird 

Hezlitt George M., stone-setter, boards 29 
Hezlitt John A., stone-cutter, house 104 

Western avenue [River 

Hezlitt Robert, stone-cutter, h. 17 Charles 
Hezlitt Thomas, stone-mason, h. 20 Brown 
Hezlitt Wm. H., boards 90 Inman 
Hezlitt, see Hazlett 
Hibbard Edward A., student H. U., rooms 

15 Felton building [63 Ellery 

Hibbard Omri F., student H. U., boards 
Hickey James, laborer, h. 120 Webster av. 
Hickey James, spring maker, 12 Gore, h. 

at Walpole 
Hickey Janles G., boards 120 Webster av. 
Hickey John, laborer, house 10 Conlon ct. 
Hickey John J., driver, house 153 Green 
Hickey Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 

105 Pleasant 
Hickey Michael, stone-cutter, 258 Mt. Au- 
burn, house 45 Cambridge 
Hickey Michael W., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house 5 Mill 
Hickey Patrick H., stereotyper (B.), bds. 

105 Pleasant 
Hickey Thos. L., carver, b. 120 Webster av. 
Hickey William, baker (B.),h. 25 Hancock 
Hickie Daniel J., baker, house 157 Main 
Hicks Frederick, at H. M. Sawyer's, bds. 

Norfolk 
Hicks George, carpenter, house 95 Gore 
Hicks John G., wheelwright, 3 River, h. 

25 Park [5 West 

Hicks Samuel W.. laborer, 1 Prospect, h. 
Hicks Thomas, miller, house 33 Union 



Hicks Thomas J., bootmaker, 97 Cam- 
bridge, house 307 do. 
Hicks William, laborer, boards 6 Gray pi. 
Hicks William C, tubeboard maker, 162 

Broadway, rooms 22 Western avenue 
Hidden Edward, mason, bds. 27 Second 
Hidden William H.. dry goods (49 Avon 

and 32 Bedford, B.), h. 259 Harvard 
Higgins Almira, widow of Solon, house 

254 Pearl [Brookline 

Higgins Andrew M., carpenter, house 136 
Higgins Benjamin F., police, station 2, 

house 50 Columbia 
Higgins Charlotte A., widow of Seneca, 

liouse 254 Fearl 
Higgins Elbridge S., bds. 123 Washington 
Higgins Francis A., driver U. R. Co., h. 

121 Western avenue 
Higgins George, carpenter, h. 119 Gore 
Higgins George, carpenter, h. 41 Charles 
Higgins Isaac N., driver U. R. Co., house 

Holworthy place 
Higgins Jabez B., fish market, 215 North 

avenue, boards 212 do. 
Higgins James, barrel maker, b. 42 Sidney 
Higgins John, carpenter, bds. 13 Third 
Higgins John, laborer U. R. Co., house 

1 24 Brookline 
Higgins John jr., upholsterer, 556 Main 

boards 124 Brookline 
Higgins John H , liquors (26 Dock square, 

B.), house 24 Tremont 
Higgins Martha D., music teacher, house 

Wallace, near Garden 
Higgins Martin, laborer, house 40 First 
Higgins Mary, widow of James, house 112 

Cambridge [14 Seventh 

Higgins Mary, widow of Patrick H., house 
Higgins Richard F., clerk, 610 Main, bds. 

31 Bigelow 
Higgins Samuel J., fish and oysters, 119 

Cambridge, house do. 
Higgins Samuel J. Mrs., dressmaker, 119 

Cambridge, house do. 
Higgins Solon O., express, order box 294/ 

Central square, house 254 Pearl 
Higgins Stephen H., coachman, 317 Har- 
vard, house rear 15 Baldwin 
Higgins Sumner C, tin worker, 653 Main, 

house 34 Hamilton 
Higgins Thomas, laborer U. R. Co., bds. 

124 Brookline 
Higgins Thomas F., hack driver, Church, 

house 17 Farwell place 
Higgins Warren R., cracker dealer, 51 

Western avenue 
Higgins Wm.. painter, bds. Loughrey av. 
Higgins William P., laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 135 Brookline 
Higgins Wm. H., carpenter. 165 North av- 
enue, h. Regent, near North avenue 
Higgins Wm. H., blacksmith (B.), boards 

59 Third 
Higginson Thos. Wentworth, author, h. 

2 Buckingham 
Higgs John, carpenter, house 51 Clark 
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Hildretli A. Edwin, president Bates Man- 
ufacturing Co. (85 Devonshire, B.),h. 
62 North avenue 

Hildreth Charles \V\, provisions (45 Fleet, 
B.), house 14 Garden 

Hildreth John L., physician, 37 Brattle, 
house 16 Garden 

Hill Adams Sherman, Boylston Professor 
of Rhetoric and Oratory H. U., house 
Reservoir, corner Fayerweather 

Hill Albert E., salesman (5 Wiuthrop sq., 
B.), boards 132 Pearl 

Hill Alexander, engineer, 126 Portland, 
house 42 Hampshire 

Hill Alphonzo, teamster, house 133 Spring 

Hill Amelia A., widow of William, house 
rear 508 Main [at Reading 

Hill Charles H., action-maker, 624 Main,h. 

Hill Charles P., fly-finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house at New ton 

Hill David J., pressman University Press, 
house 21 Gerry 

Hill Edward, tailor, 584 Main, h. 449| do. 

Hill Edward, wood-turner, 54 Bridge, h. 
rear 58 Thorndike 

HilfEmeline Mrs., laundress, house rear 
61 Harvard 

Hill E. Andrew, printer University Press, 
house 22 Wiuthrop 

Hill Hannah A., widow of William A., h. 
132 Pearl 

Hill Hannah L. Miss, teacher Allston 
grammar school, boards 6 Brookline 

Hill Henry B , assistant Professor Chem- 
istry H. U., h. Hammond, n. Oxford 

Hill Hiram W., law student H. U., bds. 
717 Cambridge 

Hill James, waiter Memorial Hall, boards 
66 Brighton [20 Brewer 

Hill James D., coachman, 94 Brattle, h. 

Hill James F., action-maker, 624 Main, 
house at Salem 

Hill James J., clerk, 152 North avenue, b. 
H. J. Reddick's, Porter station 

Hill John E., watchmaker (14 Hanover, 
B.), house 39 Hamilton 

Hill John H, piano-key maker, house 159 
Columbia 

Hill Joseph A., engineer Cambridge Roll- 
ing Mill, house 119 Portland 

Hill Laura, widow, h. 37 Cowperthwaite 

Hill Maria, widow of John, h. 39 Hamilton 

Hill Nathaniel Mrs., house 104 Prospect 

Hill Timothy Mrs., house 24 Foster 

Hill William, gardener, h. rear 18 Sparks 

Hill William B., house 104 Prospect 

Hill Winchell N., watchman (150 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 178 Harvard 

Hillery John, soap-maker, h. 131 Portland 

Hillery Mary, widow of Thomas, house 
2£ Holmes place 

Hillery Michael, laborer, b. 2\ Holmes pi. 

Hilliard Harry R.. student H. U., rooms 
26 Thayer Hall 

Hilliard Samuel D., house 32 Winsor 

Hilliard S. C, 54 Bridge 

Hilliard William, blacksmith, 368 Main 



Hillier Samuel, machinist, 36S Main, bds. 

12 Watson 
Hillier William, mason, house 12 Watson 
Hillier William H., blacksmith, boards 

12 Watson 
Hilliker John, hair-worker,19 Banks,h. do. 
Hillman John J., silver-plater (24 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 156 Thorndike 
Hillman John W., silver-plater (24 Sud- 
bury, B.), boards 156 Thorndike 
Hillman Minnie G. Miss, music teacher, 

boards 156 Thorndike 
Hills Henry S., house 78 Thorndike 
Hills Win. B. Dr., instructor in Chemistry 

H. U., house 54 Langdon 
Hilton Albert E.. clerk (83 F. H. market, 

B.), house 108 Winsor 
Hilton Benjamin F., boards 108 Winsor 
Hilton Chas. A., baggage-receiver (B. & M. 

R. R., B.), boards 108 Winsor 
Hilton James M., butter and cheese (cel- 
lar 3, F. H. market, B.), h. 9 Forest 
Hilton James M. (J. M. Hilton & Co.), 

stoves, etc., 434 Harvard, h. 47 Oxford 
Hilton John, hairdresser, b. 117 Columbia 
Hilton Joseph F., provisions (5 F. H. mar- 
ket, B. ), house 9 Hancock place 
Hilton J. M. & Co. (James M. Hilton 

and Fred W. Rivinius); stoves, 434 

Harvard 
Hilton Lavinia F.. widow, h. 117 Columbia 
Hilton Peter, hairdresser, b. 117 Columbia 
Hilton Simeon, piano-maker, 624 Main, h. 

225 Broadway, room 1 
Hilton Thomas B., hairdresser, bds. 117 

Columbia 
Hiltz Joseph, cooper, house 28 Union 
Himeon Minor W., carpenter, h. 20 Suffolk 
Hinds Benj., laborer, h. 3 Conlon court 
Hinds Henry E., conductor U. R. Co., h. 

10 Dunster [Franklin 

Hindsford James C, gardener, house 234 
Hines James, laborer, 308 Main 
Hines Michael H., iron-molder, 368 Main 
Hines Richard B., commercial traveler (38 

Chauncy, B.), house 12 Day 
Hinman Joseph, agent Fire Extinguisher 

Mnfg. Co. (41 Federal, B.), house 48 

Magazine 
Hinrichs Henry C. (J. C. Hinrichs &Co.), 

provisions, 130 Inraan, house King 

place, near Amory 
Hinrichs John C. (J. C. Hinrichs & Co.), 

130 Inman, bds. King pi., n. Amory 
Hinrichs J. C. & Co. (John C. and Henry 

C. Hinrichs), provisions, 130 Inman 
Hippert Henry, currier, house 20 Clay 
Hirl Joseph, engineer (B.), house rear 44 

Washington 
Hirl Mary J., brush mnfr., 32 First, house 

123 Third 
Hirons Richard, furniture-finisher, 624 

Main, house 3 Rollins court 
Hiscock J., machinist, 368 Main 
Hiscock Orlando, laborer, house 48 Pine 
Hiscock Simon D., police, station 2, house 

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Hixon Chas. F., clerk, 157 Harvard, h. 59 
Portland 

Hixon Edward (Edward Hixon & Co.), 
.furniture, 124 Harvard, and (364 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 70 Franklin 

Hixon Edward jr. (Edward Hixon & Co.), 
J 24 Harvard, and (364 Washington, 
B.), house at Longwood 

Hixon Edward & Co. (Edward Hixon, and 
Frederick Reed, and Edward Hixon 
jr.), furniture manufacturers, 124 Har- 
vard, and (364 Washington, B.) 

Hixon Emily, widow of Walter S., house 
17 Franklin 

Hixon Geo. Mrs., house 116 Harvard 

Hixon Geo. E., upholsterer (48 Canal, B.), 
house 85 Auburn 

Hixon Margaret A., widow of James, h. 
13 Sparks street place 

Hixon Robert T., driver hose carriage, 
No. 1 Brattle sq., rms. do. [iugs 

Hixon Sarah, widow of Martin, h. 71 Hast- 

Hoadly Geo. A. B., law studentj H. IL, 
rooms 21 Buckingham 

HOAU JONATHAN, groceries and 
provisions, 171 Main, h. 287 Broadway 
Hoar Sherman, student H. U., rooms 31 

Weld Hall 
Hoban Mary, widow, h. 323 Cambridge 
Hobbs Augustus L., carpenter, boards 

lOa Auburn 
Hobbs Charles D., at Cambridge Laun- 
dry, boards 21 Magazine 
Hobbs David, starcher Cambridge Laun- 
dry, boards Magazine, cor. Auburn 
Hobbs Emeline T., widow, b. 19 Franklin 
Hobbs Francis A., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 14 Bath 
Hobbs Henry C, glass-cutter, house rear 

150 Prospect 
Hobbs Jeremiah R., driver hook and lad- 
der, No. 2, house 83 Plymouth 
Hobbs Jeremiah S., carpenter (7| River, 

B.), house 7 Park 
Hobbs Moses H., boards 19 Franklin 
Hobbs William, clock repairer, house 162 

Harvard [boards 229 do. 

Hobbs William K, at 162 Broadway, 
Hocking Mary E., widow of John, house 

30 Coggswell avenue 
Hodgdon S., 54 Bridge 
Hodge Bridget, widow of Richard, house 

67 Mt. Auburn 
Hodge John W., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 67 Mt. Auburn 
Hodges Archie L., student H. U., rooms 

52 Trowbridge 
Hodges Arthur, civil engineer, 583 Main, 

and (19 Exchange pi., B.), house at 

West Somerville 
Hodges Carrie D. Miss, at Bradstreet's 

(100 Franklin, B.), rooms 100 Mt. 

Auburn 
Hodges Chas. E., clerk (26 F. H. Market, 

B. ), boards 450 Broadway 
Hodges Francis Frederick, clerk (22 Pearl, 

B.), boards 450 Broadway 



Hodges Francis F., clerk (39 Avon, B.), 
boards 321 Broadway 

Hodges Geo. Clarendon, law student H. 
U., rooms 18 Appian-way 

Hodges Jane, widow of Francis, house 
450 Broadway 

Hodges Lydia E. Mrs., h. 100 Mt, Auburn 

Hodges Mary A., widow of James C.,h. 
11 Kinnaird 

Hodges Mary E. Miss, compositor Cam- 
bridge Tribune, boards 11 Kinnaird 

Hodgkins Arthur P., law student H. U., 
rooms 20 Prescott 

Hodgkins Caroline, widow of Samuel, h. 
104 Thorndike 

Hodgkins Clara J. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 
104 Thorndike 

Hodgkins James H., regulator, 162 Broad- 
way, house 31 Brookline 

Hodgkins John S., paper-hanger, house 
rear 140 Spring 

Hodgkins Margaret R. Miss, teacher Har- 
vard grammar school, h. at Boston 

Hodgkins Rufus M., stove lining agent, 
house 1 Whitney court 

Hodgkins Walter R., paper-hanger, bds. 
104 Thorndike 

Hodgkins Wm. H., clerk (B.), boards 104 
Thorndike 

Hodgkiss Samuel, student Ep. Theo. 
Sem., Brattle, boards 65 Magazine 

Hodsdon Benj. P., produce (11 and 12 No. 
Market, B.), house 112 Thorndike 

Hodsdon Clarence L„, cooper, rear 68 
Allston, house 70 do. 

Hodsdon Edwin C, cooper, 16S Gore, 
house 189 North avenue 

Hodsdon Geo. W., bookkeeper (11 and 12 
No. Market, B.), bds. 112 Thorndike 

Hodson John T., cook, h. Hotel Brooks 

Hodsdon Wilder B., bookkeeper (156 
Devonshire, B.), b. 112 Thorndike 

Hoefeld H., artist Riverside Press, house 
at Boston 

Hoey Roderick, tinsmith, b. Wm. Hoey's 

Hoey Wm., tinsmith, h. dishing court 

Hofer Frederick, tool maker, First, near 
Cambridge, house 16 Gore 

Hoffman Antone. tanner, house Claren- 
don avenue, rear 380 North avenue 

Hoffman John, cabinet maker, house 351 
Cambridge 

Hofman Ernest, tailor, opposite 415 Broad- 
way, house 3 Emmons place 

Hofman L. Daniel W., conductor U. R. 
Co., boards 3 Emmons place 

Hogan Alfred F., house 8 Cherry 

Hogan Daniel, laborer Cambridge gas 
works, house at Boston 

Hogan Edward, cooper, h. 16 Squires ct. 

Hogan Edward, jig sawyer, 346 Main, 
house 10 Harrison 

Hogan Edward J., sawyer, 162 Broadway, 
house 50 Western avenue 

Hogan Edward J., salesman (B.), boards 
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Hogan James, laborer, h. 143 Hampshire 



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Hogan John, brass finisher, 368 Main 
Hogan John B., cabinet-maker, 346 Main, 

" house 15 Clark 
Hogan John C, stereotyper,h. 28 Hancock 
Hogan John J., house 15 Clark 
Hogan J., laborer, 368 Main 
Hogan Mary, widow, house 226 Bridge 
Hogan Mary Mrs., house Holvvorthy, cor. 

Belmont 
Hogan Matthew E., potter A. H. Hews & 

Co., house 6 Mead 
Hogan Matthew J., teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 271 Putnam av. 
Hogan Patrick, laborer, house 24 Donnell 
Hogan Thomas, machinist, b. 28 Hancock 
Hogan Thomas, stationary engineer B. & 
L. R. R. repair shop, h. at Somerville 
Hohenfels Albert, upholsterer, 613 Main, 

_ boards 429 do. 
Hoit Ezekiel, glass-cutter Union Glass Co. 

_ (Somerville), house 28 Fifth 

Hoit Sophia G., widow of Joseph, house 

128 Thorndike [Huron 

Holbrook Edward, h. Lake View av., n. 

Holbrook Louisa Miss, house Lake View 

avenue, near Huron 
Holbrook Nathan H, supt. John Reardon 
& Sons, Waverly, cor. Talbot, house 
42 Chestnut 
Holden Amos P., house 100 Allston 
Holden Austin, asst. librarian at Athen- 
aeum (Beacon, n. Bowdoin, B.), boards 
21 Linnaean 
Holden Frank S., bookkeeper, boards 178 
Harvard [at Boston 

Holden John, clerk Riverside Press, house 
Holden Llewellyn, key-finisher, 139 

Broadway, boards 48 Union 
Holden Margaret A., wid. of James D., h. 

21 Linnsean 
Holden Orin A., key-finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house 48 Union 
Holden Robert, coachman, h. 29 Baldwin 
Holden William, fireman, 502 Main 
Holden William, blacksmith (B.), house 
152 Green [37 Matthews Hall 

Holder Frederick B., student H. U., rms. 
Holien Michael, laborer, h. r. 3 Hunting 
Holland Chas. H., shipper (1 Hamilton, 

B.), house 109 Inman 
Holland Ellen, widow of David, house 83 

Broadway 
Holland Frederick W. Rev., h. 15 Everett 
Holland Henry W., attorney (33 School, 

B.), house 15 Everett 
Holland John, laborer, h. 377 Cambridge 
Holland John, laborer, 168 Main, house 2 

Deacon 
Holland John, laborer, house Cushing, 

near Woodlawn 
Holland Michael W., teamster, h. r. 6 Gore 
Holland Timothy, laborer, boards 163 

Broadway 
Holland William, watchman U. R. Co., 

Dunster, house 161 Green 
Holland Wm. A., printer University Press, 
boards 12 Dunster 



Holland Wm. C, tinner, 163 Pleasant, 

boards 91 Chestnut 
Hollerhan David, butcher, house off Con- 
cord avenue, near slaughter house 
Hollihan John, laborer, house 3 Linehan 

block, Third 
Hollings Samuel A., cabinet maker, 

Woodbury's bldg., Otis, house 62 

Thorndike 
Hollis Chas. R., wheelwright, 178 North 

avenue, boards 212 do. 
Hollis Mary, widow of Charles, house 103 

Columbia 
Hollis Wm. H., dentist, 603 Main, boards 

103 Austin 
Holloran John, gluer, 624 Main, boards 

362 Broadway 
Holly John A., bds. 69 Concord avenue 
Holly Patrick, house 69 Concord avenue 
Holly Tree Coffee Rooms, 20 Brattle 
Holman Charles E., clerk, 162 Broadway, 

house 107 Winsor 
Holman Charles H, student H. U., rms. 

44 College House 
Holman Maria N., wid. of Ebenezer, h. 

8 Front 
Holmberg John F., hay and grain, 185 

Broadway, house 38 Union 
Holmberg Sarah A. , grocer, 38 Union. h.do. 
Holmes Anna P. Miss, house 93-J Auburn 
Holmes Benjamin B., student H. U., rms. 

28 Holyoke House 
Holmes Caroline E., widow of Charles, h. 

12 Dunster [26 Holyoke 

Holmes Charles A., student H. U., rooms 
Holmes Frank M., flour (42 Commercial, 

B.), house 80 Magazine 
Holmes Frank Wm., student H. U., bds. 

80 Magazine 
Holmes Fred. H., clerk (97 Cambridge, 

B.), boards 3 Norfolk 
Holmes Freeland S., janitor Masonic Hall, 

633 Main, and Boardman and Mason 

schools, house 33 Green 

HOLMES F. M. FURNITURE 
CO. (Levi S. Gould and Frank A. 
Patch), furniture mnfrs., 44 Camb'ge, 
near First, and (107 Washington, B.) 
Holmes Geo. A., clerk Registry of Deeds 
(Court sq., B.), house 12 Jay 

HOLMES GKO. H., clerk and mes- 
senger Charles River National Bank, 

1 Harvard row, boards 75 Allston 
Holmes Helen E.. widow of Joseph H., 

house 39 William 
Holmes Howard W., driver U. R. Co., 

boards 63 Spring 
Holmes Isaac C. (Holmes & Rugg), wood 

and coal, 166 River, h. 75 Allston 
Holmes Isaac G. (I. G. Holmes & Co.),. 

boots and shoes, 567 Main, boards 75 

Allston 
Holmes I. G. & Co. (Isaac G. Holmes),. 

boots and shoes, 567 Main 
Holmes Jacob R., house 3 Norfolk 
Holmes James A., notary public (67 Sears 

building, B.), bds. 325 Harva d 



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Holmes John, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, h. 

at Somerville 
Holmes John, house 5 Appian-way 
Holmes John P., student H. U., rooms 23 

College House 
Holmes John R., law student H. U., rms. 

11 Hollis Hall 
Holmes Joseph A. (Jos. A. Holmes & 

Co.), grocer, 606 and 610 Main, house 

55 Magazine 

HOL3IES JOSEPH A. & CO. (Jo- 
seph A. Holmes) , grocers, 606 and 610 

Main 
Holmes Marcus R., packer A. H. Hews & 

Co., house 84 Moore 
Holmes Mary A., widow of David N., h. 

63 Spring 
Holmes Mary F., widow of Charles W., 

house 55 Magazine 
Holmes M. W., widow, house 69 Winsor 
Holmes Patrick, coachman, 165 Brattle, h. 

46 Foster 
Holmes Thomas, laborer, h. Lexington 

avenue, 1st from North avenue 
Holmes Walter A., clerk (96 Federal, B.), 

boards 33 Green 
Holmes William, French polisher, house 

Cashing, near Vineyard 
Holmes Wm. B., piano key maker, bds. 

84 Moore 

HOLMES WM. F., hay and grain, 
164 River, boards 75 Allston 
Holmes & Rugg (Isaac C. Holmes and 

Geo. H. jRugg), wood and coal, 166 

River 
Holmgreen Charles, salesman (88 Wash- 
ington, BJ, house 32 Fairmont 
Hoist Gustavus, machinist, bds. 13 Clark 
Holstead George W., fireman B. & L. R. 

R., house 120 Cambridge 
Holstead Howard D., fireman B. & L. R. 

R., boards 120 Cambridge 
Holt Adeline, widow of Jacob A., house 

49 Elm 
Holt Alden, steam fitter (38 Beach, B.), 

house 16 Watson 
Holt Alfred F., physician, 98 Austin, 

bouse do. 
Holt Homer C, lawyer, 589^ Main, h. do, 
Holt James H. H., painter, 14 Church, 

boards 10 South 
Holt James L. Mrs., boarding-house and 

intelligence office, 10 South 
Holt Joseph G., lawyer, 563 Main and (5 

Old State House, B.), bds. 9 Norfolk 
^Holt Martha A. Mrs., h. rear 15 Antrim 
Holt Samuel H., foreman of blacksmiths 

(409 Federal, B.), house 8 Plympton 
Holt Stephen A. (Holt & Bugbee), hard 

wood lumber, 17 East, office (173 

F:iend and 84 Canal, B.), house at 

Winchester 

HOLT WILLIAM B., painter, 14 
Church, house 8 Acacia 
HOLT & BUGBEE (Stephen A. 
Holt and John B. Bugbee), hard wood 
lumber, 17 East, office (173 Friend, B.) 



Hoi ton Fred. H., excelsior mnfr. (New 
Durham, N. H.), office (69 Merrimac, 
B.), house 14 Prospect [av. 

Holwell Edward, printer, bds. 121 Western 

Homan James, laborer, b. r. 114 Broadway 

Homer Adeline D., widow of Charles W., 
house 26 Garden 

Homer Moore R., house 214 Harvard 

Homer T. J., law student H. U., rooms 
404 Harvard 

Hood John, machinist, 368 Main 

Hood Wm. H. (Blaisdell # Hood), wood 
dealer, 79 Brattle, b. 15 Farwell place 

Hooke Charles W., student H. U., rooms 
24 College House 

Hooker Anson Mrs., house 415 Broadway 

Hooker Charles K., steam-heating, foot of 
Pearl, house do. 

Hooker Chas. R., driver S. F. E. No. 4, h. 
2 Russell [415 Broadway 

Hooker Edward D., student H. U., bds. 

Hooker Emma J. Mrs., music teacher, 
house 102 Thorndike 

Hooker Henry, house 53 Auburn 

Hooker Hiram W., driver steam fire en- 
gine No. 1, Brattle square, rooms do. 

Hooley Julia, widow, house 26 Hancock 

Hooley William, hostler,565iMain, boards 
26 Hancock 

Hooper Edward W., treasurer Harvard 
College, and lawyer (70 Water, B.), 
hou>e Reservoir, opp. the reservoir 

Hooper Frank A., clerk (139 Court, B.), 
boards 53 Fifth 

Hooper Franklin H., student H. XL, rms. 
50 Giay's Hall 

Hooper Isaac D., house 2 Allston court 

Hooper Mary L., widow of James, house 
291 North avenue [Fifth 

Hooper Moses W., police, station 3, h. 53 

Hooper Warren L., fruit (42 South Mar- 
ket, B. ), house 291 North avenue 

Hope Eugene, stereotyper Riverside Press, 
house 12 Walnut court 

Hope Eugene J., wood-carver (Buffalo), 
boards 12 Walnut court 

Hope John, variety store, 422 Cambridge, 
house do. 

Hopewell John jr., horse clothing (129 
Washington, B.), house 24 Inman 

Hopewell William, waiter (B.), house 193 
Mt. Auburn 

Hopkins Albert B., carpenter and build- 
er, house 276 Pearl 

Hopkins Catherine, widow of Edward, 
house 121 Elm 

Hopkins Curtis, painter, house 542 Main 

Hopkins Edward Earl, medical student 
H. U., boards 67 Magazine 

Hopkins Edward S., glass-blower, 137 
Bridge, boards 58 Fifth 

Hopkins Emma A. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school, bds. 165 Spring 

Hopkins James, laborer, h. 3 Norfolk ct. 

Hopkins James H., student H. U., rooms 

9 Hollis Hall 
Hopkins James H. T., clothing, 593* Main 



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Hopkins Josiah, painter, 17 Sidney, house 

do. [16 Hastings 

Hopkins Michael, teamster, 168 Main, h. 
Hopkins Thomas, glass-blower, house 

165 Spring 
Hopkins Wra. G., glass-worker, h. 58 Fifth 
Hopkinson Henry .designer, h. 46 Prospect 
Hopkinson John P., teacher (20 Boylston 

place, B. ), house 22 Craigie 
Hoppin Nicholas Rev., h. 4(59 Broadway 
Horan Charles, laborer, house 65 Spruce 
Horan Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 24 

Montgomery [Montgomery 

Horan Jeremiah, laborer, h. Belmont, c. 
Horan John, carpenter, h. r. 219 Franklin 
Horan John P., printer University Press, 

boards 29 Holyoke 
Horan Mary, widow of David, h. 53 North 
Horan Peter F., marble-polisher, boards 

53 North [c. Belmont 

Horan Timothy, painter, h. Montgomery, 
Horgan Dennis, stone-cutter A. McDon- 
ald, house Holworthy 
Horgan Dennis, laborer, 368 Main, boards 

8 Decatur [Boardman 

Horgan Dennis, marble-worker, boards 9 
Horgan Dennis, marble-worker, 53 Main, 

house 9 Boardman [bridge 

Horgan Jeremiah, tailor (B.), h. 210 Cam- 
Horgan John, grocer, 81 Gore, house do. 
Horgan John Jos., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 107 Tremont 
Horgan John J., marble- works, 45 to 53 

Main, house 9 Boardman 
Horgan Thomas, machinist, 78 Main. 

house at Boston [52 Elm 

Horn Herbert, driver, 120 Hampshire, b. 
Horn Oscar P., cooper, house 177 Main 
Horn PlummerS., teamster Burrage Bros., 

house 57 Broadway 
Home James AV., house 61 Cherry [av. 
Hornsby William, potter, bds. 7 Hubbard 
Horrigan Daniel, printer, bds. 24 DeWolf 
Horrigan James, tailor (B.), h. 202 Bridge 
Horrigan Jeremiah, blacksmith, house 

265 Cambridge 
Horrigan John, laborer, 368 Main 
Horrigan John, laborer, house 53 Amory 
Horrigan Mary Mrs., h. 127 Webster av. 
Horrigan Mary Ann, widow, house 395 

Cambridge 
Horrigan Timothy, coachman Robert O. 

Fuller, house 50 Amory 
Horrigan Timothy, laborer, house rear 

189 Hampshire 
Horsford Eben N., house 27 Craigie 
Horton Sylvester, tube-board maker, 162 

Broadway, house 88 Norfolk 
Hotel Brooks, Brooks 
Hotel Cambridge, Wm. Snell, prop., 45 Otis 
Hotel Clark, Clark, corner School 
Hough Garry De N., student H. U., rooms 

30 Felton building 
Hough Wm. E., warden Almshouse, Tan- 
nery, house do. 
Hough Wm. E. Mrs., matron Almshouse, 

Tannery, house do. 



Houghton Edward C, brass-finisher, 368 
Main, house 42 Austin 

Houghton Edward P., salesman (B.), house 
129 Thorndike 

Houghton Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & 
Co.), printer, and (Houghton. Mifflin 
& Co.), publisher Riverside Press, h. 
800 Main 

Houghton Henry O. jr., clerk Riverside 
Press, boards 800 Main 

Houghton H. O. & Co. (Henry O. Hough- 
ton, Geo. H. Mifflin, and Lawson Val- 
entine), printers and stereotypers Riv- 
erside Press, Blackstone 

Houghton John H., foreman, 72 Main, 
house 2S9 Pearl 

Houghton John L., shoe-cutter (Federal, 
B.), house 14 Warland 

Houghton Mary A., widow of George A., 
house 353 Harvard 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co. (Henry O. Hough- 
ton, George H. Mifflin and Lam son 
Valentine). publishers Riverside Press, 
Blackstone [64 Hampshire 

Houghton Thomas P., soap-maker, house 

Houlihan Thomas A., printer (39 Arch, 
B.), house 130 Harvard 

Houlihan Michael, laborer, house 90 Wash- 
ington [30 Harvard 

Houlihan Thomas, laborer, 69 Main, house 

Hourahan Dennis, laborer, 211 Bridge, 
boards 3 Fifth [h. 3 Fifth 

Hourahan Timothy, teamster. 211 Bridge, 

Houran John, carpenter, h. 249 Franklin 

Houseman , pocketbook-maker (B.), 

house 133 Spring 

Housley Sarah E., wid. of Geo., b. 44 Erie 

Houston Frank A., law student H. U., 
rooms 13 Hilton block 

Houston John B., cook (B.), h. 95 Elm 

Hovey Charles H, florist (22 Tremont, B.), 
house 381 Broadway 

Hovey Charles M. (Hovey & Co.), nurse- 
ries, Cambridge, opp. Highland av., 
and seed store (16 South Market, B.), 
house 381 Broadway [Pearl 

Hovey Dana R., clerk, 532 Main, house 24 

Hovey Horatio N. (H. N. Hovey & Co.), 
grocer, 89 Cambridge, house 93 Otis 

Hovey Horatio N. jr., dry goods, etc., 103 
Cambridge, house do. 

Hovey H. N. & Co. (Horatio N. Hovey, 
Geo. W. Dearborn, and Henry Can- 
nell), grocers, 89 Cambridge 

Hovey James O., teamster, h. 159 Bridge 

Hovey John C, horticulturist (16 South 
Market, B.), house 9 Brookline 

Hovey J. Dana, grocer, 532 Main, h. do. 

Hovey Mary H, widow of Wm. B., house 
40 William 

Hovey Phineas B. (Hovey & Co.), seeds- 
man, Cambridge, opp. Highland av., 
and (16 So. Market, B. ), h. 9 Brookline 

Hovey Stephen E., carriage-smith, boards 
32 Coggswell avenue 

Hovey Walter, supt. (456 Washington, B.), 
house 15 Arlington 



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Hovey William B., clerk (48 Canal, B.), 
boards 15 Arlington 

Hovey William H., butter and cheese (32 
F. H. Market, B.), house 67 Pleasant 

TJOVEY & CO. (Charles M. and Phin- 

J- 1 - eas B. Hovey), florists and nursery- 
men, Cambridge, opp. Highland av., 
aud seed store (16 South Market, B.) 

How Carleton F., student H. U., rooms 11 
Stoughton Hall [Holyoke 

How Jared S., student H. U., rooms 8 

Howard Abby A. K. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school, boards 68 Otis 

Howard Albert A., student H. XL, rooms 
20 Prescott 

Howard Charles A., waiter Memorial Hall, 
rooms 2| Holmes place 

Howard Charles L., boards 826 Main 

Howard Chas. W., key-finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house 84 Winsor 

Howard Elizabeth D., widow of K. L., 
house Foxcroft, Avon Hill 

Howard Frank R., tinsmith, boards 12* 
Western avenue 

Howard Gabriel, laborer, house Garden 
street place, rear 37 Garden 

Howard Geo. C, author and actor, house 
826 Main 

HOWARD GEO. H., bookkeeper, 
203 Bridge, house 38 Fifth 
Howard Herbert B., student H. IL, rooms 

17 Dunster 
Howard Horace, house 24 Bigelow 
Howard James, glass-cutter, house 364 

Cambridge 
Howard James Richard, b. 364 Cambridge 
Howard John, collar-maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 364 Cambridge 
Howard Julius D., compositor University 

Press, house 21 Banks 
Howard Mary, wid. of Jas., h. 46 Winter 
Howard Peter J., hairdresser, 13 Brighton, 

boards 28 Tremont 
Howard Peter M. Mrs., house 28 Tremont 
Howard Richard, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Howard Thomas M., night-watchman, 203 

Bridge, house 441| Cambridge 
Howard Wm., machinist, bds. 137 Main 
Howard Wm. H., painter, house 2 Emerson 

block, Crescent 
Howard Wm. L., lawyer, house 21 Banks 
Howard Willia K, hairdresser, 590 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Howard Mrs., house 86 Allston 

HOWE ARCHIBALD M., lawyer 
(25 Congress, room 3, B. } , b. 4 Garden 

Howe Abigail, widow of Jonas, house 119 
North avenue 

Howe Adeline R., widow of Eli, house 
99 Concord av. 

Howe Avery F.,bacon-curer, State, house 
35 William 

Howe Benj., action-maker, 162 Broadway, 
house 5 Tenney 

Howe B. Varnum, optical goods (106 Tre- 
mont, B.), boards 7 Roseland 



Howe Charles E., machinist B. & L. R. 
R. shop, boards at Lowell 

Howe Charles T., clerk (4 Chauncy, B.), 
boards 32 Wendell 

Howe Clara B., widow of Andrews, house 
7 Norris 

Howe Daniel K., carriage-trimmer and 
painter, foot Blanche, house do. 

Howe David (Howe & Putney), bacon- 
curer, rear 414 Main, house 41 Norfolk 

Howe Edward F., express (B.), h. 33 Front 

Howe E. Tucker, civil engineer, City En- 
gineer's office, City Hall, b. 7 Norris 

Howe Elias, music (88 Court, B.), house 
285 Broadway 

Howe Estes, treasurer Cambridge Gas 
Light Co., 424 Harvard and B. H. T. 
& W. R. R. (60 Equitable, bldg., B.), 
house 1 Oxford 

Howe Frank M., architect (131 Devon- 
shire, room 31, B.), house 7 Norris 

Howe Frederick, peddler, bds. 23 Vine 

Howe Frederick C, clerk (75 Broad, B.), 
boards 32 Wendell 

Howe George E., student H. U., rooms 51 
Matthews Hall 

Howe Harriet B., widow of James Mur- 
ray, house 4 Garden 

Howe Harriet U. Mrs., house 68 Pleasant 

HOWE JAMES MURRAY, real 
estate agent (5 Court, B.), b. 4 Garden 
Howe James R., student H. U., b. 1 Oxford 
Howe John E., student H. IL, rooms 26 

Inman 
Howe Mary E. Miss, house 2 Garden 
Howe Moses, mason, b. 134 Thorndike 
Howe Moses G., lawyer (47 Court, room 

11, B.), house 7 Roseland 
Howe Otis (Howe Spring Bed Co.), spring 

bed mnfr., 386 Main, h. 26 Inman 
Howe Richard F., student H. IL, room 

5Holworthy Hall ' 
Howe Rachael A., widow, h. 10 Eaton 
Howe Robert A., painter, foot Blanche, 

boards do. 
Howe Sara R. Miss, house 2 Garden 

HOWE SPRING BED CO. (Otis 
Howe J, spring bed mnfrs., 386 Main 
Howe Thomas J., boots and shoes (136 

Summer, B.), house 32 Wendell 
Howe Tracy, boards 55 Garden 
Howe U. Tracy, house 55 Garden 
Howe Wm., florist, Oxford, cor. Crescent, 

house 5 Crescent 
Howe Wm., clerk (88 Court, B.), boards 

285 Broadway 
Howe Wm., clergyman, house 746 Main 
Howe William, fly finisher, 162 Broadway, 

house.at Medford 
Howe Wm. F., drug clerk (3 Beacon, B.), 

boards 68 Pleasant 
Howe Wm. H. H., janitor Felton Hall, 
• boards do. 

HOWE & PUTNEY (David Howe 
and George Putney), bacon curers. 
rear 414 Main, order box (28 F. H. 
Mkt., BJ 



J. G. & N. G. 
GOOCH, 



Wharf, Western Avenue, SSrishton. 

Orfler Box, Ayei°s stable, 904 Main, Cambridge; 
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Howe, see How 

Howell EdVin C, student H. XL, rooms 
16 Gray's Hall 

Howell Henrietta L. Mrs., h. 85 Brattle 

Howes John, carpenter, h. 22 Hancock 

Howes Lewis W., lawyer (33 School, B.), 
house 48 Prospect 

Howes Richard T., fruit (12 Merchants 
row, B.), house 97 Inman 

Howes Solomon, sea-captain, house 334 
Broadway 

Howland A. P. Mrs., house 55 Dana 

Howland Darius, roofer (142 Charles, B.), 
house 11 Sidney 

Howland Julius W., clerk (Blackstone, 
B. ), boards 14 Green 

Howland Williams, student Epis. Theo. 
Sem., Brattle, rms. 8 Lawrence Hall 

Howlett Clarence M., boards 6 Upton 

Howlett Enoch J. (Custom House, B.), 
and sexton First Universalist church, 
house 6 Upton 

Howlett Eugene L., clerk (18 Winter, B.) 3 
boards 25 Columbia 

Howlett George C, salesman (63 Broad, 
B.), house 25 Columbia 

Howlett George P., clerk (71 Chauncey, 
B.), boards 25 Columbia 

Howlett Joseph P., house 25 Columbia 

Howlett Orrin D., piano maker, 624 Main, 
boards 6 Upton 

Hoynes Edward F., law student H. U., 
boards at South Boston 

Hoyt Arthur W., civil and mining engi- 
neer, house 369 Harvard 

Hoyt Benj. J., sexton of Broadway Bap- 
tist church, and bell-hanger, 247£ 
Broadway, house 235£ do. 

Hoyt Benjamin S., house 134 Otis 

Hoyt Henry L., boards 235^ Broadway 

Hoyt Henry R., student H. U., rooms 3 
Beck Hall 

Hoyt James S. Rev., pastor first Evangel- 
ical Congregational church, house 22 
Inman 

Hoyt Mary A., widow, house 10 Chester 

Hoyt Mary A., widow of George F., 
house 7 Marvin place 

Hoyt William L., house 54 Bridge 

Hubbard Appleton, wood and coal, foot 
of Charles River, order box, 432 Har- 
vard, house 19 Mt. Auburn 

Hubbard Charles D., blueing mnfr. (61£ 
Broad, B.), house 183 Brookline 

Hubbard Charles J., student H. U., rms. 
13 Mt. Auburn 

Hubbard C. Ernest (61i Broad, B.), bds. 
183 Brookline 

Hubbard Frank L., clerk, b. 8 Rockwell 

Hubbard Gardiner G., house 148 Brattle 

.Hubbard Geo. B., stationery, h. 8 Rockwell 

Hubbard Harry, student H. U., rooms 
10 Stoughton Hall 

Hubbard Harry M., student H. U., rooms 
8 Holworthy Hall 

Hubbard John H., apothecary, 468 Har- 
vard, boards 37S do. 



Hubbard Lucius L., lawyer (19 Congress, 

room 8, B.), and Vice Pres. N. Y. and 

N. E., and W. Investment Co., house 

19 Craig ie 
Hubbard Melville W., clerk (Post-office, 

B.), house 8 Rockwell 
Hubbard Patrick, laborer, h. 49 Clark 
Hubbard Patrick, laborer, bds. 4 Water 
Hubbard Phineas, bookkeeper (143 Tre- 

mont, B.), house Avon Hill street, 

rear Washington [do. 

Hubbard Wm. H., clerk, 31 Elm, house 30 
Hubbard Win. H., foreman teamster (3 

Chatham, B.), house 73 Fifth 
Hubbard William M., produce peddler, 

house 9 North Second 
Hubbard Willie E., clerk (61i Broad, B.), 

boards 183 Brookline 
Huckson Jacob, brass finisher, house 21 

Seventh 
Huddy Ann, widow, house 21 Harvard 
Hudgens Seymour I., student H. U., rms. 

2 College House 
Hudson Annie M., copyist Registry of 

Deeds, Otis, cor. Second, b. 75 Otis 
Hudson E. Frances, bookkeeper (198 

Washington, B.), boards 75 Otis 
Hudson Henry B., salesman (B.), b.33 Lee 
Hudson Henry N., clergyman, h. 33 Lee 
Hudson John F. (104 Portland. B.), bds. 

31 Bigelow 
Hudson Reuben R., dentist (120 Tremont, 

B.), house 82 Inman 
Hudson Robert J., clerk, 147 North av. 

boards 4 Orchard 
Hudson Sophia Mrs., dressmaker, 520 

Main, boards do. 
Hudson Thomas S. Mrs., house 75 Otis 
UUDSON T. HENRY, cashier 

bridge, boards 75 Otis 
Hudson Woodward, law student H. U., 

rooms at Concord 
Huebel Ernest C, shoemaker, 115 Har- 
vard, house do. 
Huestis Leander, carpenter, 7 Western av. 
Huff George, carpenter, 203 Bridge, house 

59 Sixth 
Huff John B., mason, house A 122 Spring 
Hug A. G., brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Huger Elizabeth P. Miss, teacher Kinder- 
garten school, Brattle square, boards 
18 Garden 
Hughes Alfred E., bookkeeper (36 India 

wharf, B.), house 32 Green 
Hughes Edmond, laborer, h. 19 Brewery 
Hughes E. P., machinist, 72 Main 
Hughes Frank P., machinist, house 1 

Chestnut Park 
Hughes Frank P., farmer, bds. 12 Jackson 
Hughes George H., painter, 101 Green, 

house 126£ do. 
Hughes Geo. W., painter, bds. 126£ Green 
Hughes James, laborer, h. rear 97 Main 
Hughes John, laborer, h. 392£ Cambridge 
Hughes John, laborer B. & L. R. R. shop 
Hughes Joseph, farmer, bds. 12 Jackson 



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Hughes Margaret, widow of John, house 
12 Jackson [Auburn 

Hughes Michael, laborer, house 2(51 Mount 

Hughes Thomas, brass raolder, 368 Main, 
house at S.unerville 

Hughes Thomas, blacksmith, 356 Main, 
boards 20 Harvard 

Hughes Thomas, painter, 34 Mill, boards 
694. Mt. Auburn 

Hughes Walter J., law student H. U., rms. 
10 Frisbie place 

Hughes William, stone-cutter, h. 4 Pine 

Hughes William, spring bed maker, 386 
Main, boards at Boston 

Hughes William, 162 Broadway, h. 4 Pine 

Hughes Wm. X., bookkeeper (117 Frank- 
lin, B. ), house 39 Erie 

Hulbert George, upholsterer (569 Wash- 
ington, B. ), house 44 Hamilton 

Hull Frederick D., conductor U. R. Co., 
house 47S Cambridge 

Hull Frederick L., clerk (B. & L. R. R., 
B.), rooms 22 Mt, Auburn 

Hull Joseph, tin peddler, house 111 Winsor 

Hull Thomas, clerk, 387 Cambridge, house 
112 Winsor 

Hulme Abby M., widow, h. 201 North av. 

Hulse Jas., potter, h. Raymond, n. Walden 

Hultman Axel C, cigar maker (B.), house 
27 Sidney 

Humans William, electrician, house 11 
Rogers block, Main 

Humbert John S., piano manufacturer, 73 
Main, house at Boston 

Humiston Frederick S., bookkeeper Al- 
fred Fitzpatrick State, b. 21 Magazine 

Humphrey David, flour (214 State, B.),h. 
811 Main [h. 23 Maple av. 

Humphrey David jr., flour (214 State, B.), 

Humphrey Henry B. (40 Fort Hill square, 
B.), boards 181 Main 

Humphrey James, printer, h. 26 Banks 

Humphrey John, laborer, house 20 Carson 

Humphrey John, painter, 460 Main 

Humphrey Orra H., clerk (P. O., B.),h. 
158 Pleasant [Carson 

Humphrey Robert, tin peddler, house 26 

Humphrey Seth T., roofer (142 Charles, 
B.), house 181 Main 

Humphreys John jr., painter, 19DeWolf 

Humphreys Sophia Mrs., house 104 Mt. 
Auburn 

Hunnewell Charles H., real estate, 448 
Harvard, and janitor Washington and 
Holmes schools, h. 134 Mt. Auburn 

Hunnewell Chas. H. M., plumber, 12 Brat- 
tle, boards 134 Mount Auburn 

Hunnewell Frank M., clerk (1| North Har- 
vard, Brighton), bds. 6 Ash st. place 

Hunnewell Franklin, paper-hanger, 14 
Church, house 17 Hilliard 

Hunnewell James A., jewelry, etc., 448 
Harvard, house 6 Ash street place 

Hunnewell James W., papers, confection- 
ery, etc., 228 North av., h. 7 Orchard 

Hunnewell Ruth, widow of Charles, house 
79 Brattle 



Hunnewell Wm., janitor Putnam, Thorn- 
dike, Gore, and Otis schools, house 
136 Thorndike [Clark 

Hunson George L., cabinet-maker, bds. 53 

Hunson Lucinda A., widow of Henry, h. 
53 Clark [Pine 

Hunson Stephen C, carpenter, house 15 

Hunson Stephen C. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 
15 Pine 

Hunt Alfred H, bookkeeper (Standard 
Sugar Refinery, B.), bds. 32 Bigelow 

Hunt Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.), 
bookseller and stationer, 575 Main, h. 
32 Bigelow 

HUNT EDGAR F. & CO. (Edgar 
F. Hunt), booksellers and stationers, 

575 Main [37 Second 

Hunt Elizabeth T., widow of Freeman, h. 
Hunt Frederick T., student H. U., rooms 

34 Weld Hall 
Hunt Freeman, law student H. U., rooms 

104 Mt. Auburn 
Hunt James L., cooper, rear 68 Allston, 

boards rear 5 Hamilton 
Hunt Lucius D., engineer (83 Court, B.), 

house 3 Summer 
Hunt L. L., molder, State, b. 5 Prospect 

HUNT SAMUEL F., undertaker, 
and janitor high school, h. 32 Bigelow 
Hunt William H., salesman (145 Franklin, 

B.), house 38 Elleiy 
Hunter Charles M., foreman of finishers, 

44 Cambridge, house at Charlestown 
Hunter Edward L., clerk Prospect House, 

596 Main, boards do. 
Hunter Frank, finisher F. M. H. F. Co., 

house at Charlestown 
Hunter Harriet, wid. of Jas., h. 60 Winter 

HUNTER JOHN A., stoves, ranges, 
etc., 504 Main, house 4 Decatur 
Hunter John E., furniture, h. 6 Decatur 
Hunter John J., finisher F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Hunter L. B., music teacher, b. 6S1 Main 
Hunter Mary J., wid. of Wm., h. 157 Main 
Hunter Reuben T., engraver N. E. Glass 

Works, boards 60 Winter [Hollis 

Hunter Sarah, widow of John, h. rear 15 
Hunter Thomas L., molder, 368 Main, h. 

21 Cherry [Winter 

Hunter Wm. H., glass engraver, bds. 60 
Hunting Charles, artist, house 27 Jay 
Hunting Chas. B. Mrs..h. 11 Ellsworth av. 
Hunting C. Frank, clerk (160 Congress, 

B.), boards 11 Ellsworth avenue 
Hunting Henry A., sign painter(12 School, 

B.), house 17 Rockwell 
Hunting Herbert R., clerk, b. 3 Suffolk 
Hunting James D., artist, 573 Main, bds. 

17 Rockwell 
Hunting Nathaniel S., student H. XL, 

rooms 63 Thayer Hall 
Hunting Priscilla Mrs., nurse, house 3 

Suffolk 
Hunting Sarah, wid. of Geo., h. 440 Main 
Huntington James, watches, etc., 9 Har- 
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Huntington James F., lumber (21 Doane. 
B.), h. 53 Oxford fb. 25 Quincy 

Huntington Oliver M. W., student H. U., 
Huntoon Hazen P., physician, h. 69 River 
Huntress Edward T., carpenter, house 4 

Greenough avenue < 

Huntress James E., musician Edmands' 
Band (65 Cornhill, B.), house 4 Green- 
ough avenue 
Hurd Alfred D., telegraph operator River- 
side Press, boards 4 Prospect 
Hurd Amos D., h. rear Palmer, n. Brattle 
Hurd Edward A., watchmaker, house r. 

15 Hollis 
Hurd Edward F., diary maker (111 Dev- 
onshire, B. ), boards 52 Fairmont 
Hurd Elizabeth Miss, house 661 Main 
Hurd E., watchman U. R. Co., Dunster 
Hurd George N\, salesman (90 Friend, B.), 

house 232 Pearl 
Hurd George W., boards 661 Main 
Hurd Henry, cooper, boards 1-!1 Gore 
Hurd James D., cashier Riverside Press, 

house at Newtonville 
Hurd Mary A. Mrs., restaurant, basement 

559 Main, house do. 
Hurd Mary B. Mrs., house 21 Baldwin 
Hurd Theodore C, clerk of courts, Court 

House, Third, house 3 Inman 
Hurlbut Weymouth H., house 23 Lopez 
Hurlbut William R., dry goods (20 Hano- 
ver, B. ), house 425 Broadway 
Hurlbut William S., clerk (20 Hanover, 

B.), boards 425 Broadway 
Hurley Daniel, waiter (Tremont House, 

B.), house 4 Fourth 
Hurley Daniel, night-man (Revere House, 

B.), house 427 Cambridge 
Hurley Daniel, laborer, house 8 Short 
Hurley Dennis F., clerk, 185 Bridge, bds. 

183 do. 
Hurley Ellen Mrs., house rear 41 Reed 
Hurley James, laborer, h. 64 Washington 
Hurley Jas., teamster, 168 Gore, h. 63 do. 
Hurley Jeremiah, waiter(Tremont House, 

B.), house 45 Charles 
Hurley Jeremiah, machinist, 17 Main, 

house at Bostou 
•Hurley John, laborer, house 10 Harding 
Hurley John, house 26 Second 
Hurley John, painter, 17 Main 
Hurley Margaret, wid. of Florence, house 

SLechmere place 
Hurley Maurice, farmer, h. 194 Dublin 
Hurley Michael, carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

repair shop, house rear 127 Elm 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, house 6 Fourth 
Hurley Thomas J., carpenter, h. 92 Gore 
Hurlihy Timothy, laborer, h. 26 Warren 
Hum J., 54 Bridge 
Hurrell Edwin J., mason, and crockery, 

etc., 489 Main, house 31 Kinnaird 
Hurrell Julues, mason, bds. 31 Kinnaird 
Hurst George M., laborer, h. 26 Brewery 
Hurter William F., clerk (B.),_b. 738 Main 
e Cathar 
690 Main 



Hussey Eliza M., teacher Putnam gram- 
mar school, boards 55 Third 

Hussey Frank E., clerk, 17 Main, boards 
181* Harvard 

Hussey John, teamster John M. Woods, 
house 22 East 

Huston I. Randall, laborer, h. 83 Vine 

Huston Stephen, laborer, h. 51 Portland 

Hutchings Geo S., organ mnfr. (North 
Grove, corner Cambridge, B.j, house 
Chestnut, corner Pearl 

Hutchins Amy Miss, teacher Hillside 
grammar school (Jamaica Plain), bds. 

4 White 

Hutchins Frank E., currier, boards Tan- 
nery, 4th house on left 

Hutchins Hiram, machinist, 72 Main, 
boards 9 Broadway 

Hutchins Nellie A. Miss, teacher Shepard 
grammar school, boards 4 White 

Hutchins Oscar B., teacher (608 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 29 Norfolk 

Hutchins Samuel, pressman Riverside 
Press, house 12 Ash street place 

Hutchins William, driver U. R. Co., bds. 

5 Frank 

Hutchins William, house 4 White 

Hutchins William Mrs., florist, White,. c. 
Sumerville av., house 4 White 

Hutchins William E., law student, bds. 
4 White 

Hutchinson Charles W., laborer, house 22 
Union [Lincoln 

Hutchinson Edwin W., carpenter, h. 14 

Hutchinson George A., teamster, house 
152 Cambridge 

Hutchinson Granville H., clerk(615 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 47 Magazine 

Hutchinson Hiram N. (Otis S. Brown & 
Co. ), flour, etc., Ill Bridge, house at 
Bedford 

Hutchinson James B., janitor Lawrence 
Scientific school, and sexton Old Cam- 
bridge Baptist Society, h. 20 Mason 

Hutchinson John J., carpenter, h. 63 Otis 

Hutchinson John T., inspector (36 Otis, 
B.), house 63 Ellery 

Hutchinson J. Fred., student, b. 20 Mason 

Hutchinson Myra Mrs., dressmaker^ouse 
47 Magazine 

Hutchinson Nathan, foreman molding 
dept, 113 Broadway, house 40 Cherry 

Hutchinson Samuel I., student H. U., 
rooms 21 Thayer Hall 

Hutchinson Thomas, clerk, 165 Bridge, 
house 131 Otis 

Hutchinson Walter E.,laborer,b.22 Union 

Hutchinson Wm., driver U. R. Co. 

Hutchison Catherine A., widow of Robert 
R., boards 33 Western avenue 

Hutchison Nellie I. Miss, teacher Kin- 
dergarten school, Holyoke, boards 35 
Western avenue 

Hyams Godfrey ML, student H. U., rooms 
30 Felton bldg. 

Hyams Joseph, cigar maker, 15 Lopez, 
house do. 



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Hyatt Alpheus, professor at Institute of 
Technology, and custodian Boston 
Natural History rooms (Berkeley, cor. 
Boylston, B.), house 7 Avon 

Hyde C, fly finisher, 162 Broad way,house 
at Boston 

Hyde Dana W. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.), 
dry goods, etc., 609 Main, h. 736 do. 

HYDE DANA W. & CO. (Dana 
W. Hyde), dry goods, 4 Hyde's block, 
609 Main 
Hyde Edward, treas. Cambridgeport Sav- 
ings Bank, 635 Main, house 681 do. 
Hyde Edwin O., state prison officer (Con- 
cord), house 11| Norfolk 
Hyde Frank A., clerk Am. Steam Safe 

Works, 17 Main, boards at Maiden 
Hyde George H., fly-finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 227 do. 
Hyde George W., traveling salesman (16 

Kingston, B. ), house 32 Mellen 
Hyde Hannah Mrs., house 41 Brattle 
Hyde Isaac, carpenter, house 34 Mellen 
Hyde John, peddler, house 40 Vine 
Hyde J. Homer, clerk, house 10 Holyoke 
Hyde Michael, laborer, house 1 Eighth 
Hyde Thomas A., student H. U., rooms 

15 Sumner 
Hyde William D. W., student H. U., rms. 

15 Sumner 
Hyde William J., house 17 Sacramento 
Hyland Charles, baker, 502 Main 
Hyland Dennis, slater, boards 53 Vine 
Hyland Frederick J., teamster, h. 54 Cedar 
Hyland Jesse B., student H. U., rooms 

32 College House 
Hylarcl Michael J., 169 Gore, and (Hylard 

& Co.), 202 Cambridge 
Hylard & Co. (Michael J. Hylard and 
James Robertson), slaughter-house 
improvements, 202 Cambridge 
Hymes Godfrey, student H. IT., rooms 30 

Felton buiiding 
Hynes Joseph, laborer, h. 8 Hastings 
Hynes Thomas M., cabinet-maker (Utica, 

B.), house 14 Upton 
Hyslop Robert, laborer, 17 Main, house 
. 3 Third 

ICLER CHRISTENA, widow, house 13 
Winter 

Igo James, iceman, house 366 North av. 

Igo John, saloon, 366 North av., h. do. 

Illing worth John, machinist, h. 31 Jay 

Ilsley Charles P., house 11 Sumner 

Ingalls Charles E., bookkeeper (B.j, boards 
124 Austin 

Ingalls Charles W., livery stable (Somer- 
ville). house Elm, corner Russell 

Ingalls Edward B., confectionery, etc., 350 
Broadway, house do. 

Ingalls Henry B., variety store and peri- 
odicals, 249 Broadway,h. 103 Columbia 

Ingalls John D., plumber and pump-mak- 
er, 187 Harvard, house 107 Norfolk 

Ingalls Josiah H., music teacher and pi- 
ano-tuner, 603 Main, h. 257 Pearl 



Ingalls Newton S., case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 164 Putnam avenue 

Ingalls William T., pump-maker, 187 Har- 
vard, boards 38 Austin 

Inghram Jane, widow of John, h. 20 South 

Ingraham John, stone cutter, Gore wharf, 
boards 10 Broadway 

Inman Club, 603 Main, room 1 

Ireland Angie L. Miss, dressmaker, 652 
Main, house do. [51 Winsor 

Ireland George W., clerk, 473 Main, bds. 

Ireland Millie T. Mrs., dressmaker, house 
72 School 

Ireland Rinaldo E., baker, 128 Inman, h. 
Prospect, corner Hampshire 

Ireland Sheldon C, piano-hammer cover- 
er, 555 Main, house 51 Winsor 

Ireson Adeline M. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, bds. 13 Wallace 

Ireson Mary, wid. of Samuel, h. 13 Wallace 

Irvin Mary Miss, student H. U., boards 
23 Garden 

Irving Edward, peddler, bds. 104Treraont 

Irving James, peddler, house 104 Tremont 

Irving William, teamster, 162 Broadway, 
house 50 Clark 

Irving William J., baker (14 Cambridge, 
B.), house 58 Lake View avenue 

Irwin James, upholsterer, 23 Brattle, h. 
102 Tremont 

Irwin John, boiler-maker, 72 Main 

Irwin Thomas H., upholsterer (B.), house 
54£ Spring 

Isaac John F., packer, boards 22 Howard 

Isaac Thomas, tailor (49 Temple place, B.), 
house 22 Howard 

Isaacs Harry, cigars and tobacco, 87 Mt. 
Auburn, house 15 Charles River 

Isaacs Henry, cigar mnfr. (B.), house 28 
Decatur 

Isaacs James A., helper, 17 Main, house 
45 Clark 

Isaacs John, house 45 Clark 

Isaacs John F., box-maker, 624 Main, bds. 
22 Howard [Boston 

Isaacson Harry, clerk, 16 Gore, boards at 

Isaacson Susul A. , clothing, 16 Gore, h. 
at Boston 

Ivel Alexander, salesman (477 Washing^ 
ton, B.j, house 21 Tremont 

TVERS FRANCIS, carriage mnfr., 

1 176, 178 and 186 North avenue, sales- 
room (58 Portland, cor. Sudbury, B.), 
h. Mt. Vernon, near North avenue 

Ivers Frank H. (58 Portland, B.), boards 
Mt. Vernon, near North avenue 

Ivers Patrick, gardener, h. r. 15 Baldwin 

Ivers Warren (Ivers & Tucker), carriage 
mnfr., Church, opposite Palmer, bds. 
27 Trowbridge 

Ivers Warren Mrs., millinery and wors- 
teds, 446 Harvard, b. 27 Trowbridge 

Ivers & Tucker (Warren Ivers and Eben 
Tucker), carriage mnfrs.,. Church, 
opposite Palmer 

Ivory. Michael, liquors (Western avenue, 
B.), house 138 Pleasant 



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Ivy Thomas P., student H. U., rooms 29 
Matthews Hall 

JACK EDWARD E., student H. U., bds. 

19 Irving 
Jack Ernest S., law student H. U., rooms 

46 Thayer Hall 
Jackman Wm. A., machinist B. & L. R. 

R., house at Somerville 
Jackson Alexander, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 15 Elmer 
Jackson Alton A., medical student H. U., 

boards 1 Waterhouse 
Jackson Andrew, carpenter (B. & A. R. 

R. repair shop, Allston), house 1 Mag- 
azine court 
Jackson Annie, widow, bds. 14 Magazine 
Jackson Benjamin D., hairdresser (State 

House, B.), house 96 Putnam a -enue 
Jackson Charles B., laborer, house 334, 

Duuster [10 Weld Hall 

Jackson Charles H., student H. U., rooms 
Jackson C, brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Jackson D., brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Jackson Elijah, teamster, h. 45 Hastings 
Jackson Oilman D., fish (64 Anderson, 

B.), house 58 Western avenue 
Jackson Harriet E. Mrs., ladies' hair- 
dresser, 96 Putnam avenue, house do. 
Jackson John, boiler-maker, h. 10 Eighth 
Jackson John A., core-maker, 36S Main, 

boards 10 Eighth 
Jackson John K., laborer, h. 33 Hunting 
Jackson Lucy S., widow, h. 127 Prospect 
Jackson Moses, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 15 Elmer 
Jackson Patrick T. jr., cotton-buyer (178 

Devonshire, B.), house 17 Follen 
Jackson Robert T., student H. XL, rooms 

14 Plympton I Auburn 

Jackson Selina, widow of Ralph T., b. 127 
Jackson William, molder, 368 Main, 

house 6 Austin 
Jacobs Bela F., attorn ey-at-law, 658 Main, 

house 19 Pleasant 
Jacobs Charles A., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 41 Blackstone 

Jacobs Conrad, ale and beer wagon, 

house Kings place [Brewer 

Jacobs Eleanor, widow of John, house 11 

Jacobs Henry B., student H. U., rooms 1 

Hollis Hall 
Jacobs John Henry, coach-driver (129 El- 
iot, B. ), house 62 River 
Jacobs Justin A., city clerk, office City 

Hall, house 19 Pleasant 
Jacobs Lewis, brass finisher, h. 29 Harvard 
Jacobson Andrew F., carriage trimmer 

(245 Charles, B.), h. 65 Columbia 
Jacobson Angelo, cabinet maker, 348 
9 Main, house 9 Rogers block, Main 
Jacobson Hagan, fly finisher, 102 Broad- 
way, house 174 Harvard 
Jacobson John, lithographer Riverside 

Press, boards at Somerville 
Jacobson Martin, fly finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 174 Harvard 



Jacobson Robert, cabinet maker, 440 
Main, boards 9 Rogers block, do. 

Jacobson T. Mark, cabinet maker, house 
9 Rogers block, Main 

Jacquinot Adrien, assistant Professor of 
French H. U., rooms 58 Mt. Auburn 

Jaeger Fred. C, foreman Revere Sugar 
Refinery, house 104 Thorndike 

James Charles, grocer, 543 Main, house 2 
Norfolk 

James Charles, engineer, 72 Main, h. 6 
Rogers block, Main 

James Charles, porter (3 Arlington, B.), 
house 1 Village 

James Edward B., lumber (14 State, B.), 
house 12 Lake View avenue 

James Henry, house 20 Quincy 

James Henry, soap stock, Portland, near 
Plymouth, house 2 Summer 

James Henry, switchman U. R. Co., h. 53 
Mt. Auburn 

TA3IES JOHN" K., plumber, 5 Brat- 

f J tie, house at Somerville 

James John W., iron worker, house 2 
Coggswell place 

James Joseph, conductor U. R. Co. 

James Montgomery, house 94 Brattle 

James Samuel, 543 Main, h. 2 Norfolk 

James Stanley W., musician, house 7 
Meacham 

James Thomas P.. house 94 Brattle 

James William, asst. Professor of Physi- 
ology and Comparative Anatomy, Mu- 
seum of Comparative Zo51ogy, H. U., 
house 4 Arrow -- 

James Wm., laborer, 25 Main, h. at Boston 

James William A., clerk, 543 Main, bds. 
2 Norfolk 

Jameson Arthur O., student H. U., rooms 
9Stoughton Hall 

Jameson Edwin A. L., wholesale millinery 
(17 Avon, B.), h. 26 Arlington 

Jamison John P., prop, the Jamison Or- 
namenting Machine Co., Gordon pi., 
office (42 Congress, B. ), h. 8 Florence 
Jamison Ornamenting Machine Co., John 
P. Jamison, proprietor, Gordon place 
(42 Congress, B. ) 

Jandreau Frank, brick-maker, house Res- 
ervoir, near Concord avenue 

Jandreau Max, laborer, house 4 Clay 

Janes John, foreman, 624 Main, house 16 
Howard 

JAXSSOX CHARLES A., mirror 
and picture frames, etc., 8 Harvard 

square, house 6 Plympton 
Jaques M. Jane Miss, tailoress, house 25 

Church 
Jaques Rufus, pattern maker, 72 Main 
Jaques Sarah M. Miss, teacher training 

school, boards 25 Church 
Jaretzki Alfred, student H. IL, rooms 467 

Broadway 
Jarvis Amos B., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 54 Fairmont 
Jaseph Charles B., plumber, 169 Gore, h. 

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Jayes Darien, lab., h. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Jayes Joseph V.. laborer, boards Clifton, 

near Spruce 
Jayes Julius, laborer, b. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Jaynes Daniel W. (Jaynes & Co.), barrel 

mnfr., foot Pacific, at G. J. R. R., h. 

at St. Louis 
Jaynes & Co. (Daniel W. Jaynes and Jas. 

H. Eames), barrel mnfrs., foot Pacific, 

at G. J. R. R. [ct. 

Jefferds Jas. F., collector, h. 1 Willard st. 
Jeffers Richard, carpenter, h. 50 Holyoke 
Jefferson James, veneer cutter, 624 Main, 

boards 5 Foster place [pi. 

Jefferson John, hostler, Church, h. Foster 
Jeffrey George, conductor U. R. Co., bds. 

at Brighton 
Jeffrey James, conductor U. R. Co., h. at 

Brighton 
Jeffrey Wm. EL, house 44 Bigelow 
Jeffries John A., student H. U., rooms 8 

Little's block 
Jegerstam John F. W., machinist, house 

45 Tremont 
Jellisou William, gas fitter (80 Sudbury, 

B.), house 21 Sidney 
Jellison Wm. T., steam fitter (9 Kilby, B.), 

house 41 Charles 
Jelly Arthur C, student H. U., rooms 45 

Matthews Hall 
Jelly Arthur H.. clerk (14 Central whf.,B. ), 

bds. 26 Sixth [Sixth 

Jelly Emeline A., widow of James, h. 26 
Jenkins Albert M., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house 5 Tenney 
Jenkins Abby, widow, house 188 Norfolk 
Jenkins Frank W,, student H. U., rooms 

38 Thaver Hall 
Jenkins Hiram, paver (593 Albany, B.), 

house 14 Lopez 
Jenkins Wm. H. H., Waiter Memorial 

Hall, boards 2| Holmes place 
Jenkins Wm. T., agent (2 Liberty sq., B.), 

house 21 Inman [Brighton 

Jenks F. A., driver U. R. Co., house at 
Jeuness Abigail L. Miss, h. 47 Baldwin 
Jenness Austin T. (Jenness «fc Twombly), 

express Riverside aud University 

Presses, house 21 Putnam av. 
Jenness Catherine Mrs., house Holworthy, 

near Belmont 
Jenness Chas. M., clerk, 413 Cambridge, 

boards 380 do. 
Jenness Geo. L., lather, h. rear 77 Elm 
Jenness Lewis P., clerk. 471 Main, house 

431 do. 
Jenness Margaret, widow of John, house 

380 Cambridge [h. 105 Elm 

Jenness Margaret J., widow of^ Wm. H., 
Jenness Nathaniel, conductor U. R. Co., 

house Holworthy 
Jenness Samuel W. (Jenness & Galla- 
gher), cigars, etc., 465 Main, house 49 

Market 
Jenness & Gallagher (Samuel W. Jenness 

and Hugh Gallagher), cigars and to- 
bacco, 465 Main 



Jenness & Twombly (Austin T. Jenness 
and Joshua Twombly), express River- 
side and University Presses 

Jennings Charles, clerk, 502 Main, boards 
59 Brookline 

Jennings Chas. G. R., student H. U., rms. 
37 College House 

Jennings Charles T., clerk, 502 Main, bds. 
54 Brookline 

Jennings Geo. F. Dr., veterinary surgeon, 
rear 481 Main, house 64 Prospect 

Jennings Henry L. D., porter, h. 20 Elm 

Jennings James, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, house 214 Pearl 

Jennings John, kerosene oil, house 5 
Chestnut Park [Chestnut Park 

Jennings John jr., brick layer, boards 5 

Jenuings Joseph H. Dr., veterinary sur- 
geon, rear 484 Main, house 13 Green 

Jennings Mary, widow of James, house 
Jackson, near Spruce 

Jennings Patrick, currier, house Clay, 2d 
from Harvey [line 

Jennings Thos. W., mason, h. 54 Brook- 
Jennings Wm., helper B. & L. R. R. shop, 
house at Charlestown 

Jennings Wm. C, student H. U., boards 
4 Story 

Jennings Wm. E., provisions, 419 Main, 
house at Everett 

Jennison Frank E., student H. U., rooms 
20 Hollis Hall [Broadway 

Jennison James Mrs., widow, house 467 

Jensen Lewis, house 11 Gerry 

Jepson Joseph, surveyor, 54 Bridge 

Jessop John J., clerk (10 Tremont, B.), 
boards 25 Bigelow 

Jessop Joseph H., confectioner (10 Tre- 
mont, B.), house 25 Bigelow 

Jewell Ann, widow of Hosea, house 6 
Pleasant place 

Jewell Charlotte E. Miss, teacher Quincy 
primary school, bds. 6 Pleasant place 

Jewell Eddy S., boards 17 Tremont 

Jewell Elizabeth F, widow of Gould, 
house 14 Hamilton 

Jewell Frederick A., musician and music 
teacher, house 14 Hamilton 

Jewell Geo. M., salesman (45 Beverly, 
B. ), house 17 Tremont 

Jewell Otis H., car builder U. R. Co., 
Dunster, house 56 Putnam avenue 

JEWELL WM. E., lawyer (82 De- 
vonshire, room 21, B.), h. 39 Inman 
Jewett Darwin E., broker (24| Central, 

B.), house 1 Henderson place 
Jewett Dexter, janitor College House, 

house do. 
Jewett Elverton S., collection clerk, Na- 
tional Exchange Bank (28 State, B.), 

house 1 Hastings square 
Jewett Frank P. (24| Central, B.), boards 

1 Henderson place 
Jewett Henry M. (24£ Central, B.), boards 

1 Henderson place 
Jewett James R., student H. U., rooms 39 

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Joel Samuel W., paintings, h. 5 Watson 
Johanson John, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 95 Norfolk 
Johanson L., machinist, boards 13 Clark 
John Little, shoemaker, 122 Elm, bds. do. 
John Walter P., student H. XL, rooms 11 

Mason 
Johnquist Albert, cabinetmaker, 17 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Johns Clayton, student H. U., rooms 100 

Mt. Auburn 
Johnson Adeline A. Miss, house 22 Winsor 
Johnson Albert, cabinet-maker, 124 Har- 
vard, boards 120i do. 
Johnson Albert, hostler, bds. 88 Harvard 
Johnson Albert A., hostler, 201 Main, 

house 88 Harvard 
Johnson Alonzo F., clerk (P. O., B.), 

house 143 Cambridge 
Johnson Andrew (Johnson & Halberg), 
carriage maker, 133 Main and 22 
Broadway, house at Boston 
Johnson Ann Miss, washer-woman, house 

70 Harvard 
Johnson August, porter (63 Chauncy, 

B.), house 81 Elm 
Johnson Charles, brass m older, 368 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Johnson Charles, laborer, h. 199 Norfolk 
Johnson Charles, carpenter (Somerville), 

boards 135 Pearl 
Johnson Charles B., porter (1 High, B.), 

house 66 Winter 
Johnson Charles F., provisions (30 Clin- 
ton, B.), house 28 Ash 
Johnson Charles H., perfumery, etc., 

boards 27 Irving 
Johnson Charles S., machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Somerville 
Johnson Edward F., law student H. U., 

rooms 67 College House 
Johnson Edward W., brakeman B. & L. 

R. R., house 107 Winsor 
Johnson Emma K. Miss, telephone op- 
erator, 12 Harvard Row,b. at Boston 
Johnson Ellen, widow, h. 408 Cambridge 
Johnson Eunice S., widow of Henry F., 
house 18 Story [umbia 

Johnson Francis, horse dealer, h. 1 12 Col- 
Johnson Francis H., fish (114 F. H. Mar- 
ket, B), house 34 Columbia 
Johnson Francis H., salesman (163 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 116 Norfolk 
Johnson Frank, clerk (B.), bds. 3 Walnut 

avenue 
Johnson Franklin Rev., pastor Old Cam- 
bridge Baptist Society, h. 64 Brattle 
Johnson Frederick, carpenter (1 River, B.), 

house 137 Brookline 
Johnson George, brass molder, 368 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Johnson Geo. F., grocer, 244 Broadway, 

house 86 Moore 
Johnson Geo. H., leather (43 High, B.), 

house 30 Arlington 
Johnson Geo. P., clerk (F. R. R. freight 
office, B. ), house 30 Harris 



Johnson Heman N., carpenter (Somer- 
ville), house 135 Pearl 
Johnson Henry, laborer, house 154 Third 
Johnson Henry, building mover, house 

Hotel Brooks 
Johnson Henry H. Mrs., h. 23 Wallace 
Johnson Herman A., organ tuner, 624 

Main, house 17 Lawrence 
Johnson James, laborer, boards 6 Bristol 
Johnson James W. (Johnson & Hawkins), 
clothes cleaner, 459 Main, h. at Allstou 
Johnson John, carpenter, house 102 Web- 
ster avenue [35 Green 
Johnson John F., piano key maker, house 
Johnson John Q. A., asst. editor Cam- 
bridge Tribune, house 21 Mellen 
Johnson Joseph M., waiter Memorial 

Hall, rooms 2 Symond's block 
Johnson Joseph W., teamster, 162 Broad- 
way, house 17 Clark [21 Mellen 
Johnson J. Norton, student H. U., rooms 
Johnson Laurence H. H., student H. U., 

rooms 32 Stoughton Hall 
Johnson Lawrence, house 44 Clark 
Johnson Lawrence Henry, clerk, 142 Har- 
vard, boards 44 Clark 
Johnson Marshall, fish (14 Union, B.), 

house 32 Norfolk 
Johnson Mary A., widow of John H., 

house rear 508 Main 
Johnson Mary U., widow of W. O., house 

17 Kirkland 
Johnson O. A., bricklayer, h. 23 Seventh 
Johnson Patrick, boiler maker, 72 Main 
Johnson Peter, laborer, h. r. 88 Harvard 
Johnson Reuben, laborer, h. 80 Harvard 
Johnson Robert J., paper-hanger, boards 

21 Hastings 
Johnson Samuel, coachman J. S. Paine, 
house 19 Centre [124 Third 

Johnson Sarah, widow of Edward, house 
Johnson Sarah A., widow, house 8 Avon 
Johnson Sarah E. Miss, house 4 Prospect 
Johnson Thomas, furniture polisher (B.), 

boards 124 Third 
Johnson Thomas F., entry clerk (28 

Chauncy, B.), boards 44 Clark 
Johnson Thomas H, wheelwright, 232 

North avenue, house 25 Cedar 
Johnson William, brush maker, 12 Gore, 
house 48 Fifth [bridge 

Johnson William, coach driver, 249 Cam- 
Johnson William, brush maker, 12 Gore, 

boards 56 Second 
Johnson William, laborer, boards 102 Web- 
ster avenue 
Johnson William, dyer and cleanser (7 

Temple place, B.), house 7 Hollis 
Johnson William, clerk, 640 Main, house 

16 River 
Johnson William A., waiter Memorial 

Hall, boards at Boston 
Johnson William H., varnisher (48 North, 

B.), house 53 North 
Johnson Wm. H., box maker W. H. H. & 

Co., First, house 134 Thorn dike 
Johnson Wm. L., physician, lSStory r h. do. 



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Johnson William R., driver J. C. Stiles, 

boards 686 Main [Green 

Johnson Wm. T., clerk, 655 Main, bds. 33 

JOHNSON & HALBERG (An- 
drew Johnson and Nicholas Halberg), 

carriage makers, 133 Main and 22 

Broadway 
Johnson & Hawkins (James W. Johnson 

and Edward D. Hawkins), clothes 

cleaners, 459 Main 
Johnston Andrew McN., carpenter, house 

18 Clark 
Johnston Gustave, pattern maker, house 

40 Putnam avenue 
Johnston John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 133 Brookline 
Johnston William, fancy goods, 140 Pleas- 
ant, house do. 
Johnstone George S., painter, variety 

store, 144 Hampshire, house 146 do. 
Joll George M., hair-dresser, 1£ Brattle, 

house 18 Shepard 
Jolly Wm., coachman, 11 Roseland, b. do. 
Jones Albert, janitor (352 Washington, 

B.), house rear 33 Hastings 
Jones Allison, waiter, house 7 Webster av. 
Jones Allison A., waiter, b. 7 Webster av. 
Jones Amos, police, station 3, house 71 

Thorn dike 
Jones Andrew, mason, house 31 Second 
Jones Andrew J., carriage builder. Church, 

corner Palmer, house 23 North av. 

Jones Andrew L., machinist, 368 Main, 

. boards Clark [Norfolk 

Jones Ann, widow of Thomas, house 170 

Jones Anna Maria Miss, teacher Gannett 

primary school, house at Boston 
Jones Arthur E., lawyer (60 Devonshire, 

B.), house 3 Berkeley 
Jones Austin K., janitor H. U., house 465 

Broadway 
Jones Carrie R., widow of Frederick W., 

house 84 Washington 
Jones Charles, machinist (82 Sudbury, 

B.), house 4 Mullins court 
Jones Chas., carpenter, h. 114 Hampshire 
Jones Charles B., detective, station 2, 

house 106 Auburn 
Jones Charles L. Mrs., house 299 Harvard 
Jones Chas. R., steam fitter, h. 36 Market 
Jones Charles W. (95 Milk, B.), house 285 

Harvard 
Jones Charles W., carpenter, house 5 

Squires court 
Jones Charles W. jr., cabinet maker Shaw, 

Applin & Co., boards 5 Squires court 
Jones Chester R., clerk, 473 Main, boards 

14 Green 
Jones Cyrus, mariner, house 445^ Main 
Jones C. L. & Co. (Henry E. & Frank H. 

Jones), soap and candle manufactur- 

rers, 172 Pearl, and (193 State, B.) 
Jones Daniel, carpet beater, h. 31 Hastings 
Jones David, blacksmith, h. 194 Bridge 
Jones Edmond F., waiter, house 7 West 
Jones Edward W. S., stationery (282 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 104 Prospect 



Jones Elias, lithographer Riverside Press, 

house 6 Sands 
Jones Elias, teamster, house 1 Seckel 
Jones Elias F., laborer, house 160 Harvard 
Jones Eliza W., widow, house 16 Park 
Jones Elizabeth, widow of John, house 28 

William 
Jones Erastus, laborer, h. 56 Washington 
Jones E., driver U. R. Co. 
Jones Frank H. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap 

manufacturer, 172 Pearl and (193 

State, B.), house 46 Lee 
Jones Frederick C, clerk Cambridge Gas 

Co., 424 Harvard, boards 5 Crescent 
Jones George Mrs., widow, rooms Win- 

throp square 
Jones George C, conductor U. R. Co., bds. 

69 Mount Auburn 
Jones George F., clerk (216 State, B.), bds. 

12 Sacramento 
Jones Gilbert N., student H. U., rooms 47 

College House 
Jones Harry, carpenter, house 51 Elm 
Jones Harry W., student H. U., rooms 276 

Harvard 
Jones Henry, jobber, house 36 Union 
Jones Henry, laborer, house 36 Brewery 
Jones Henry C, bookbinder (111 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 5 Lawrence 
Jones Henry C, at Walworth Mufg. Co., 

boards 40 Austin 
Jones Henry E. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap 

and candle mnfr., 172 Pearl, and (193 

State, B.), house 276 Harvard 
Jones Henry L, hair-dresser, 27 Fifth. 

house 124 Webster avenue 
Jones Henry J., cabinet maker, boards 

179 Norfolk 
Jones Henry J. D., student H. U., rooms 

53 Matthews Hall 
Jones Henry O., student H. XL, rooms 31 

Stoughton Hall 
Jones Herbert L., key maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 16 Park 
Jones James, waiter Memorial Hall, rms. 

DeWolf, corner Flagg 
Jones James, cabinet maker, 124 Harvard, 

house 179 Norfolk 
Jones James, hostler, bds. 79 Cambridge 
Jones James Mrs., widow, h. 10 Watson 
Jones John, cigar maker, h. 28 Portland 
Jones John, collar maker, 10 Arrow, house 

at Somerville [6 Tufts 

Jones John, boiler maker, 92 Main, house 
Jones John H., commercial traveler, bds. 

36 Third 
Jones John L., printer Riverside Press, 

house 102 Putnam avenue 
Jones John L. jr., compositor, b. 650 Main 
Jones Joseph G., clerk (24 Broad, B.), h. 

20£ Bigelow [h. 4 Tenney 

Jones Joseph M., boiler maker. 92 Main, 
Jones Leonard S., house 21 Kirkland 
Jones Leonard W. jr., clerk Sortwell's dis- 
tillery, house at Charlestown 
Jones Lucy A., widow of Alphonzo, house 

5 Lawrence 



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Jones L. Bigelow, telegraph operator (B. 

& A. R. R. shop.Allston), b.88 Pleasant 
Jones Maggie E. Mrs., bouse 7 Wallace 
Jones Mark A., druggist, 60 Cambridge, 

house do. 

JONES MARTHA R. MISS, con- 
fectionery, 1 Harvard square, house 

Hawthorne, corner Acacia 
Jones Myles, bookbinder Riverside Press, 

boards 64 Fairmont 
Jones Paul, student H. U., rms. 123 Cross, 

Somerville 
Jones Richard, waiter Memorial Hall. rms. 

2\ Holmes place [Kirkland 

Jones Robert G. (152 Federal, B. ), house 21 
Jones Srtth C, machinist, 12 Gore, house 

at Maiden [ h. 10 Acacia 

Jones Thatcher L., conductor U. R. Co., 
Jones Thomas W., stereotyper Riverside 

Press, boards 80 Winthrop 
Jones Win., student H. U., rooms 33 Col- 
lege House 
Jones William, peddler, house 5 Potter 
Jones William Gordan, house 31 Hudson 
Jones William H., student H. IL, boards 

23 Irving 
Jones William H., meat carver Memorial 

Hall, rooms 53 Mount Auburn 
Jones William L., bookbinder, boards 102 

Putnam avenue 
Jonsson Carl R., picture frame maker, 8 

Harvard square, boards 6 Plympton 
Jope Richard E., carpenter, house 12 Put- 
nam court 
Jopson David, coachman, 771 Main, b. do. 
Jordan Arthur L., superintendent Post- 
office, F. R. R. station, North avenue, 

house at West Somerville 
Jordan Charles W-, tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Maiden 
Jordan Daniel J., machinist, 454 Main, 

boards 10 Laurel [10 Laurel 

Jordan George E., polisher, 624 Main, bds. 
Jordan George E., salesman (55 Bedford, 

B.), bds. 112 Hancock 
Jordan Henry C, driver U. R. Co., h. 126 

Thorndike 
Jordan James, granite-cutter, b. 160 Main 
Jordan James, engineer, house 10 Laurel 
Jordan James, stone-cutter, 53 Main, bds. 

28 Pelham 
Jordan James, granite-cutter, b. 160 Main 
Jordan John, at University Press, house 5 

Madison 
Jordan Joseph W., cement maker, 247 

Main, house 3 Jay 
Jordan Moses Mrs., house 31 Antrim 
Jordan Rish worth, house 112 Hancock 
Jordan Sabin, teamster, house 69 Third 
Jordan Wm. H, printer University Press, 

boards 10 Laurel 
Jordan William N., laborer, boards 274 

North avenue [Austin 

Jose Edwin H., lawyer, 583 Main, bds. 84 
Joseph Daniel, turner, house r. 109 Gore 
Joseph Isaac (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 

455 Main, house 10 Holly place 



Joseph I. & J. (Isaac and John Joseph), 

fruit, etc., 455 Main 
Joseph John (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 

and cigar manufacturer, 455 Main, 

house at Maiden 
Joslyn William, boards 42 Sidney 
Josselyn Aaron Rev., watchmaker, 62 

Cambridge, house 78 Sixth 
Josselyn Abbie S., wid. of Luther, house 

12 Rogers block, Main 
Josselyn Anna B. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, boards 78 Sixth 
Josselyn Francis (Custom House, B.), h. 

21 Cottage 
TOUETT ISAAC W. t grocer (686 
v Washington, B.), house Walnut av., 

corner Arlington 
Jouett Mark R. (M. R. Jouett & Co.), 

grocer, 225 No. av., h. at W. Somerville 

JOUETT 31. R. & CO. (Mark R. 
Jouett), grocer, 225 North avenue, 
corner Walden 

Joy Alden, driver U.R.Co.,h. at Somerville 

Joy Edward, hostler, house rear 2 White 

Joy Frederick, student H. U., rooms 
47 Weld Hall 

Joy Isaac (Joy, Luther & Co.), carpenter, 
River, junc. Western av., h. 87 River 

Joy Isaac, net maker (111 Commercial, 
B.), house 154 Third 

Joy, Luther & Co. (Isaac Joy, Thomas H. 
Luther, and Ichabod Kent), carpen- 
ters and builders, River, junc. West- 
ern avenue 

Joy T. P., conductor U. R. Co. 

Joyce Edward, laborer, house 86 Banks 

Joyce George F., student H. U., rooms 5 
Stoughton Hall 

Joyce James, painter, house 21 Harvard 

Joyce Joseph, porter, 502 Main 

Joyce Patrick, laborer, boards 21 Harvard 

Joyce Richard, finisher F. M. Holmes Fur- 
niture Co., boards at Charlestown 

Joyce Stephen, laborer, house 93 Fifth 

Judkins Eliza M. Miss, artist, house 11 
Plympton 

Judy Arthur M., student Divinity school, 
rooms 15 Divinity Hall 

Juhlmann Louis, molder, house Hawkins 
block, Charles 

Jules Bernard, hairdresser, 12 Rogers blk., 
Main 

Julianus John L.,brass molder,368 Main,b. 
5S Columbia 

KAAN FRANK W., student H. U., rooms 

9 College House 
Kahiler John, rooms 4 Holyoke 
Kahlmeyer Augusta, wid. of Henry,house 

97 Sixth 
Kahlmeyer Frank L., clerk (10 P. O. sq., 

B. ), boards 97 Sixth [bds. do. 

Kahlmeyer Louis W., milkman, 97 Sixth, 
Kaine Frank H., books (630 Washington, 

B.), house 25 Pleasant 
Kalberg Daniel, upholsterer(180 Tremont, 

B.), house 77 Spring 



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KaW Otis M., millman F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Kane Anthony, laborer, house 12 McCabe 
Kane Bridget, widow of Wm., h. 34 Porter 
Kane Daniel, laborer, house 15 Carson 
Kane Frank, laborer, house 163 Winsor 
Kane Henry, laborer, boards rear 47 Vine 
Kane James, laborer, house rear 47 Vine 
Kane John, bookbinder Kiverside Press, 

house 79 Spruce 
Kane John, sailor, boards rear 47 Vine 
Kane John, laborer, house 12 Porter 
Kane John, house 163 Green 
Kane John, teamster, house 7 Porter 
Kane John H.,bookbinder Riverside Press, 

boards 107 Putnam avenue 
Kane John J., laborer, house r. 53 Vine 
Kane Martin, hack driver, h. 176 Green 
Kane Michael, glass packer (B.), house 77 

Fifth 
Kane Michael, boots and shoes, 118 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [Foster pi. 
Kane Patrick, laborer, house Burns block, 
Kane Robert F., foreman packing room, 
153 Putnam av., house 10 Hayes court 
Kane Timothy, baker, h. 143 Hampshire 
Kane William, butcher, boards 34 Porter 
Kane Woodbury, student H. U., rooms 33 

Beck Hall 
Kane, see Cain 

Kappaun Peter, baker, Fourth, cor. Vine, 
boards 34 Vine [10 Oxford 

Kapper William P., student H. U., rooms 
Karcher Michael, house 85 Pleasant 
Karcher Philip J., porter (43 Temple pi., 

B.), house 85 Pleasant 
Karen John, laborer, house 79 Spruce 
Karfuer Henry, law student H. U., rooms 

16 Story 
Karl John, laborer, house 17^ Third 
Karnan John H., tinsmith, h. 13 Florence 
Karnan Robert W., olerk(477 Washington, 

B.), boards 13 Florence 
Karnan Wm. H., bookkeeper (477 Wash- 
ington, B. ), house 10 Tufts 
Kaufman Henry P., student H. XL, rooms 

16 Story 
Kaufmann E. A., brush-maker, 12 Gore, 

house at Boston 
Kaula Francis, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 122 Winsor 
Kavanagh Frank J., sawyer, 624 Main, 

boards 428 Cambridge 
Kavanagh Margaret, widow of Joseph, h. 

428 Cambridge 
Kavanagh, see Cavanagh 
Kaveny Edward, baker (B.), h. 51 Vine ' 
Kay James, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 116 do. 
Kay James, hostler, house 194 North av. 
Kay Sfarah, wid. of John, h. 194 North av. 
Kay, see Keay, also Keyes 
Kayser Louis, gilder, house 504 Cambridge 
Keane Timothy, baker, 502 Main 
Keaney Agnes M., widow of James, house 

109 Winsor 
Keaney Frank W., teamster, b. 169 Winsor 
Keaney James M., laborer, h. 169 Winsor 



Kearney Julia A., widow of William, h. 
16 Portland [55 Charles 

Keating Henry, cooper, 18 Vine, house r. 
Keating John, cooper, house 94 Fifth 
Keating Michael, painter U. R. Co., Dun- 
ster,h. 7 Shepherd's blk.,Charles River 
Keating Patrick M., student H. U., rooms 
22 College House [Raymond 

Keay Erburn S., farmer, h. Walden, next 
Keay Hattie N. Miss, teacher Reed prima- 
ry school, bds. E. S. Keay's, Walden 
Keddy Sophia, widow of Henry, house 6 
Ashburton place [Somerville 

Keefe Daniel, plumber, 5994; Main, bds. at 
Keefe Ellen, widow of John, h. r. 12 Short 
Keefe John, boiler-maker, 72 Maiu 
Keefe J., switchman U. R. Co. 
Keefe Kate Mrs., house 36 Warren 
Keefe Margaret, widow of Thomas, house 

rear 18 East 
Keefe Margaret, seamstress, b. 856 Main 
Keefe Margaret, widow, h. 66 Hastings 
Keefe Patrick, cabinet-maker, Woodbury 

building, Otis, house 66 Hastings 
Keefe Patrick, currier, house 67 Spruce 
Keefe Thomas, carriage-smith, 178 North 

avenue, boards at Somerville 
Keefe Timothy, carpenter, h. 192 Harvard 
Keefe Timothy, house 8 Portland 
Keefe Timothy, peddler, h. 365 North av. 
Keefe, see O' Keefe 
Keegan Louisa Mi.ss, clerk, 502 Main, h. 

29 Webster avenue 
Keeler Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Wash- 
ington grammar school, b.6Brookline 
Keeler Charles W., bookkeeper Riverside 

Press, house at Somerville 
Keeler Cornelius P. (F. Geldowsky Fur- 
niture Co.), furniture mnfr., Otis, h. 
19 Bowdoin 
Keeler George A. (F. Geldowsky Furni- 
ture Co.), furniture mnfr., Otis, bds. 
19 Bowdoin [91 Thorndike 

Keeler George S., coach-body maker, h. 
Ke ler Julia W. Miss, teacher high school, 

house at Boston 
Keeley Joseph, laborer, h. 11 Maynard pi. 
Keen Alden T., physician, h. 26 North av. 
Keen Anna A., widow, house 46 Cherry 
Keen Joseph, tin-can worker,h. 22 Newton 
Keen Lewis G., teamster (172 State,B.), h. 

47 Brookline 
Keen William, cooper, boards 559 Main 
Keenan Edward, harness-maker, rooms 
139 Main [188 do. 

Keenan James, washer, 120 Green, house 
Keenan James B., painter, h. r. 68 Gore 
Keenan James H., carpenter, rear 400 

Cambridge, house 98 Tremont 
Keenan John, laborer, house 11 Hunting 
Keenan John, laborer, boards Patrick 

Keenan's, New 
Keenan John J., foreman (10 Tremont, 

B.), house 3 Green 
Keenan John M., laborer, b. 11 Hunting 
Keenan Lawrence, laborer, boards Patrick 
Keenan's, New 



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Keenan Martin, laborer, h.r. 123 Third 

Eeenan Michael A., carpenter B. & L. R. 
R. repair shop, house 101 Tremont 

Keenan Michael P., c irpenter B. & L. R. 
It. repair shop, boards 98 Tremont 

Keenan Michael J., pressman University 
Press, house 5 Chapman place 

Keenan Patrick, laborer, h.New.n. F. R. R. 

Keenan Thomas K., blacksmith B. & L. 
R. R. shop, house 150 Bridge 

Keene William M., organ-action maker, 
624 Main, boards 57 River 

Keep Charles H., student H.U., rooms 50 
Weld Hall 

Keep Edward K., student H. U., rooms 
20 Prescott 

Keep Wallace I., student H. U., rms. 5 
Holyoke House 

Kehoe Daniel, night watchman U. R. Co. 
stable, Cambridge, h. 432 Broadway 

Kehoe James, bookbinder (B.), house 23 
Hamilton 

Kehoe John, laborer, h. 265 Cambridge 

Kehoe Roger, driver U. R. Co., house 29 
Baldwin 

Kehoe, see Keough 

Keith Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, bds. 11 Clinton 

Keith Charles P., broom mnl'r., 412 Main, 
boards 181 Harvard 

Keith E. D. (E. D. Keith & Co.), provis- 
ions, 191 North avenue, house 189 do. 

Keith E. D. & Co. (E. D. Keith), provis- 
ions, 191 North avenue 

Keith George P., student H. TJ., rooms 60 
College Ho.use 

Keith Joseph W., box-maker, h. 24 Vine 

Keith W T m. H., clerk, 191 North avenue, 
house 189 do. 

Kelleher Bartholomew, grocer, 408 Cam- 
bridge, and liquors, 394 Cambridge, 
house 109 Winsor [6 East 

Kelleher Bridget, widow of Michael, h. r. 

Kelleher Cornelius, in Cambridge Rolling 
Mill, h. Rolling Mill block, Portland 

Kelleher Daniel, currier, boards Edward 
Boardraan's, Jackson 

Kelleher Dennis, house 192 Norfolk 

Kelleher Dennis, laborer, h. 159^ Franklin 

Kelleher James, currier, house 36 Reed 

Kelleher James, laborer, house 71 Elm 

Kelleher Jeremiah, hostler, house 194 
North avenue 

Kelleher John, laborer, boards Michael 
Kelley's, Cushing 

Kelleher John A., grocer, 39 Rice, b. 41 do. 

Kelleher John W., liquors, 83 Spruceji. do. 

Kelleher Julia, widow of Daniel, house 
83 Spruce [r. 6 East 

Kelleher Michael J., cabinet-maker, bds. 

Kelleher Patrick, laborer, house 41 Rice 

Kelleher Timothy, laborer, h. 47 Jefferson 

Kelleher William, laborer, h. 58 Spruce 

Kelleher Wm. J., bookbinder (27 Corn- 
hill, B.), house 128 Pearl 

Kellenberg Frank, coachman, bds. Cam- 
bridge, corner Baldwin 



Kellenberger Andrew, vainisher, 162 

Broadway, house 155 Otis 
; Kellenberger George, sausage-maker, bds. 

155 Otis 
Kelley Alexander P., piano-action mnfr., 

113 Broadway, house 25 Essex 
Kelky Andrew, laborer, h. 40 School 
Kelley Andrew, carver, h. 64 Webster av. 
Kelley Annie, widow of Bernard, house 

22 Hudson place [Bridge 
Kelley Bridget, widow of Owen, h. r. 169 
Kelley Catherine, widow of Michael, house 

54 Amory 
Kelley Catherine, widow, house 9 McCabe 
Kelley Charles, laborer, house 4 Gore 
Kelley Charles, house 25 Essex 
Kelley Charles, laborer B. dc L. R. R., 
h. 3 Lechmere building, Lechmere sq. 
Kelley Daniel, glass-maker, h. 149 Elm 
Kelley Daniel, brass-filer, 368 Main 
Kelley Edward, candle-maker, 172 Pearl, 

house 13 Valeutine 
Kelley Edward, hostler, house 23 Reed 
Kelley Edward, laborer, house 27 Third 
Kelley Edward jr., boards 27 Third 
Kelley Elizabeth S., widow of Joseph L., 

house 33 Linuaean 
Kelley Ellen, widow, house 145 Elm 
Kelley Francis A., upholsterer, 70 Cam- 
bridge, boards 106 Fourth 
Kelley Grace, widow, h. r. 233 Franklin 
Kelley Henry A., printer, h. 23 Harrison 
Kelley Herman A., student H. TJ., rooms 

23 Irving [Fourth 
Kelley Isabella, widow of John, house 106 
Kelley James, marble-cutter, house 287 

Cambridge 
Kelley James, teamster, house 77 Fifth 
Kelley James H., watchmaker (B.), house 

402 Main 
Kelley John, laborer, h. 106 Webster av. 
Kelley John, confectioner (Revere House, 

B.), house 269 Cambridge 
Kelley John, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Kelley John, laborer, h. Cushing court 
Kelley John, laborer, house 24 Porter 
Kelley John, laborer B. & M. R. R., bds. 

27 Third 
Kelley John, laborer, boards 8 Davis 
Kelley John, soap-maker, h. 40 Antrim 
Kelley John A., cabinet-maker, boards 

rear 109 Bridge 
Kelley John B., mariner, h. r. 12 Portland 
Kelley John D., painter (161 Hanover, B.), 

house 161 Thorndike 
Kelley John F., painter, h. 59 Plymouth 
Kelley John H., soap-maker Hale. Teele 

& Bisbee, house rear 44 Washington 
Kelley John J., laborer, house 9 McCabe 
Kelley John J., baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, 

house 1 Chapman place 
Kelley John S., soap-maker, 172 Pearl, 

house 17 Decatur 
Kelley John T., machinist, house 426 

Cambridge 
Kelley Joseph, confectioner, boards 140 

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Kelley Joseph J., cabinet-maker, 54 Bridge, 

house 110 Otis [Elm 

Kelley Lawrence, marble-polisher, h. 105 
Kelley Maria Mrs., house 14 Grant 
Kelley Mary Miss, boards 2 Worcester 
Kelley Matthew, gardener, boards Michael 

Kelley's, Cushing 
Kelley Michael, boards 3 Holly avenue 
Kelley Michael, stone-cutter, h. 88 Fifth 
Kelley Michael, gardener Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, h. Cushing, cor. Woodlawn 
Kelley Michael, laborer, house 14 North 
Kelley Michael, laborer, h. 140 Hampshire 
Kelley Michael A., glass-maker, house 113 

Fourth 
Kelley Michael J., gardener, boards Mi- 
chael Kelley's, Cushing 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, h. rear 200 Bridge 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, house Concord 

avenue, corner New 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, boards Michael 

Kelley's, Cushing 
Kelley Patrick, switchman B. & L. R. R, 

house 21 Sixth [Locust 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, h. Cushing. near 
Kelley Patrick, baker, 502 Main, house 

198 Green [Portland 

Kelley Patrick, marble-worker, house 135 
Kelley Peter, machinist, house 72 Gore 
Kelley Peter A., plumber, 034 Main, rms. 

101 Western avenue 
Kelley Richard, tailor (B.), h. 4S Spring 
Kelley Samuel J. (Kelley & McKinnon), 

carpenter, 7 Western avenue, house 

130i Green 
Kelley Sarah E. A. Miss, dressmaker, 161 

Thorndike, boards do. 
Kelley Stillman F., molasses (28 Central, 

B.), house 5 Pemberton, n. North av. 
Kelley Thomas, soap-maker, house 190 

Hampshire - 
Kelley Thomas, carpenter, bds. r. 52 Pine 
Kelley Thomas, laborer, boards Michael 

Kelley's, Cushing 
Kelley Thomas J., book-gilder Riverside 

Press, boards rear 233 Franklin 
Kelley Thomas P., glass-cutter, house 213 

Columbia 
Kelley Timothy, stucco-worker, h. 8 Short 
Kelley William, gardener McLean Asy- 
lum (Somerville), house Woodlawn, 

corner Cushing 
Kelley William P., plumber, 634 Main, 

boards 54 Amory 
Kelley Zebina D., clerk (28 Central, B.), 

house 35 Orchard 
Kelley & McKinnon (Samuel J. Kelley 

and Chas. E. McKinnon), carpenters 

and builders, 7 Western avenue 
Kelley, see Kelly 
Kellogg Augusta W., widow of L. P., 

house 26 Trowbridge 
Kellogg Jeremiah N., laborer, house 27 

Washington 
Kellogg Warren F., student H. U.» boards 

26 Trowbridge [Winsor 

Kelly Andrew, carver, 54f Bridge, h. 122 



Kelly Ann, widow of Stephen, h. 8 Lopez 

Kelly Catharine, widow of Peter, house 
Harvey, corner Montgomery 

Kelly Dolly S., widow of Amasa S., house 
10 Perry 

Kelly George B. (Kelly & Rand), action- 
maker, 162 Broadway, house at Ja- 
maica Plain 

Kelly James, carpenter, house 11 Wyeth 

Kelly James, laborer, h. r. 5 Willard ct. 

Kelly John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, house 
13 Salem 

Kelly Joseph H., glass-maker, h. 36 Gore 

Kelly Michael, coachman, boards 5 Wil- 
lard court 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Willard court 

Kelly Peter U., machinist, 153 Putnam ay- 
enue, house 6 Gordon place 

Kelly William, mason, house 7 Jefferson 

Kelly & Rand (George B. Kelly and Ed- 
ward L. Rand), organ-action makers, 
162 Broadway 

Kelly, see Kelley 

Kelsey Albert H, inspector (State Mutual 
Fire Ins. Co., B.), house Arlington, 
near Washington avenue 

Kelsey Anson H. (Kelsey Bros. & Co.), 
furniture, etc., 556 Main, house at. 
Somerville 

KELSEY BROTHERS & CO. 
(Anson H, John H. and William Kel- 
sey), furniture dealers and upholster- 
ers, 556 Main 

Kelsey Henry, laborer, house 199 Norfolk 

Kelsey John B., house 67 River 

Kelsey John H. (Kelsey Brothers & Co.), 
furniture, etc., 556 Main, h. 28 Upton 

Kelsey William (Kelsey Brothers & Co.), 
furniture, etc., 556 Main, h. 11 Cottage 

Kelsey William H., upholsterer,h. 9 Front 

Kelso Adam, machinist, 356 Main, house 
168 Harvard 

Kelso Alexander M. (Kelso & Campbell), 
liquors, 407 Main, house 17 Boardman 

Kelso James, boiler-maker, h. 38 Union 

Kelso & Campbell (Alexander M. Kelso 
and Wilson Campbell 2d), liquors, 
407 Main 

Kemp Edwin E., house 52 Winsor 

Kemp George, student H. U., rooms 45 
Beck Hall 

Kemp Horace G. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 
soap mnfr., Davis, bouse 164 Harvard 

Kemp J as. EL (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 
soap mnfr., Davis, bds. 166 Harvard 

Kemp Lysander (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 
soap mnfr., Davis, house 166 Harvard 

KEMP LYSANDEK & SONS, 
(Lysander, James H., and Horace G. 

Kemp), soap manufacturers, Davis, 

corner Broadway 
Kempton John B., boards 24 Mt. Auburn 
Kendall Albert S. , bookkeeper Sawin's 

Express, Lyceum building, Harvard 

square, house 8 Appian-way 
Kendall Archibald M., mail agent, house 8 

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Kendall Chas. W., clerk, 617 Main, b. 276 

Broadway- 
Kendall Edward (Kendall & Roberts), 

machinist and boiler-maker, 72 and 92 

Main, house 139 Magazine 
Kendall Francis, house 171 Putnam av. 
Kendall Geo., milkman, house Holworthy, 

near Belmont 
Kendall Geo. F., commission merchant 

(204 State, B.) house 61 Chestnut 
Kendall Hannah Mrs., house 1 Dover 
Kendall Harlie G., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 3 Lawrence 
Kendall Harriet L., widow of John B., 

house 119 Washington 
Kendall Henry H., student H. U., rooms 

8 Putnam court [Lawrence 

Kendall Isaac F., sawyer, 624 Main, h. 3 
Kendall James H., draughtsman, 72 Main, 

house 139 Magazine 
Kendall Joshua, private school, 13 Appian- 

way, house 123 Inman 
Kendall Lewis W., student H. U., rooms 

15 Thayer Hall 
Kendall Mary, wid. of Peter, h. 79 Inman 
Kendall Walter P., organist, boards 3 

Lawrence 
Kendall & Roberts (Edward Kendall and 

Geo. B. Roberts), proprietors Charles 

River Iron Works, machinists and 

boiler makers, 72 and 92 Main 
Kenerson Harriette R. Mrs., h. 8 DeWolf 
Kenerson Oscar N"., teamster, 26 Cam- 
bridge, house at Boston 
Kenerson Wm., driver U. R. Co., boards 5 

South 
Kenerson Wm. W., ice-cream and provis- 
ions, house 150 Hampshire 
Kenerson Wm. W. jr., b. 150 Hampshire 
Kenerson, see Kenneson and Kenison 
Keniston Jas. M., physician and surgeon, 

13 Essex, house do. 
Keniston Wm., driver U. R. Co. 
Kennard Benjamin, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennedy Bartholomew, expressman, bds. 

7 Moore 
Kennedy Bridget, wid. of John, h. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, 135 Winsor, 

house 131 do. [b. 131 Winsor 

Kennedy- Daniel F.. clerk, 30 Brighton, 
Kennedy Edward J., carpenter B. & L. R. 

R. repair shop, boards 87 Elm 
Kennedy Ellen, wid. of James, h. 87 Elm 

KENNEDY FRANK A., cracker, 
bread, and cake baker, 502 Main, 
house 8 Highland 

Kennedy George jr., coachman, 904 Main, 
boards 21 Grajit 

Kennedy Henry, house Hotel Clark 

Kennedy Herbert S., molder, boards 231 
Broadway 

Kennedy Jas., laborer, h. 84 Webster av. 

Kennedy Jas. J., lithographer Riverside 
Press, house at Somerville 

Kennedy John, engineer pumping station, 
Middlesex Bleachery, rear 9 Sacra- 
mento, house at Somerville 



Kennedy Lawrence B., laborer, b. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Martin, laborer, house 381 Cam- 
bridge [251 Broadway, h. do. 
Kennedy Mary T. (Kennedy & Murphy), 
Kennedy Moses, confectioner, house 21 

Hastings 
Kennedy Patrick, laborer, h. 33 Seventh 
Kennedy Peter J., polisher, 624 Main, 

house 28 Winsor 
Kennedy Samuel, expressman, b. 7 Moore 
Kennedy Thomas, gardener, h. 21 Grant 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer, house Reed, 

corner Belmont [b. 198 do. 

Kennedy Thomas, hostler, 229 Cambridge, 
Kennedy Wm. S., rooms 7 Waterhouse 
Kennedy & Murphy (Mary T. Kennedy 

and' Mary T. Murphy), variety store' 

251 Broadway 
Kenneson Thaddeus D., student H. U., 

rooms 13 Hollis Hall [Winsor 

Kenney Ann, widow of Patrick, house 6 
Kenney Charles F., instructor House of 

Correction, house 2 Church place 
Kenney David, cooper John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 2 Decatur court 
Kenney Edward, soap-maker, 206 Broad- 
way, house 420 Cambridge 
Kenney Edward, hairdresser, 19 Brattle, 

house 63 Concord avenue 
Kenney Ellen, widow, h. 2 Decatur ct. 
Kenney Eugene, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

house 17 Jefferson [22 Murdock 

Kenney Frank, varnisher, 624 Main, boards 
Kenney Johanna, widow of Thos., house 

401 Cambridge [h. n. do. 

Kenney John, at Niles Bros., Concord av., 
Kenney John, tinsmith, h. 22 Murdock 
Kenney John, teamster, house Tannery, 

3d on left [57 Gore 

Kenney John, teamster (Somerville), bds. 
Kenney John (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), 

lumber, Bridge, opposite Prison point 

bridge, house at Boston 
Kenpey John F., house 449^ Main 
Kenney John S., painter, house rear 187 

Cambridge 
Kenney Lawrence, farmer, b. Michael Kel- 

ley's, Cushing 
Kenney Michael, cooper (South Boston), 

boards 2 Decatur court 
Kenney Michael, laborer, 78 Main, house 

at Chelsea [Valentine 

Kenney Patrick, city laborer, house 21 
Kenney Peter, laborer, b. 198 Cambridge 
Kenney Ralph, carpenter, house 9 Fifth' 
Kenney Susan, widow, house 4 Holyoke 
Kenney Samuel, carpenter, 9 Western av. 
Kenney Thos., laborer, 78 Main, house at 

Chelsea 
Kenney Timothy, baker, bds. 22 Murdock 
Kenney William, marble-cutter, Prospect,. 

cor. Hampshire, house 470 Cambridge 
Kenny Jas. E., oysters (134 Central, B.), 

house 97 Auburn 
Kenny James P., salesman (33 Summer, 

B.), boards 97 Auburn 
Kenny John, laborer, house 39 Harding 



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Kenny Thomas G., laborer, house 2, rear 

17 Charles River 
Kenny Win., peddler, house 44 Tremont 
Kenny, see Kenney 
Kent Christopher, laborer, h. 137 Webster 

avenue J [858 Main 

Kent Clara E. Miss, music teacher, house 
Kent Edward, student H. U., rooms 19 

Hoi worthy Hall 
Kent Esther, widow of Wm., house 30 

Western avenue 
Kent Fred. L., salesman (B.), b. 858 Main 
Kent George H., salesman, 464 Harvard, 

house 25 Western avenue 
Kent George W., teamster, 111 Bridge, h. 

89 Spring 
Kent Ichabod (Joy, Luther & Co.), car- 
penter, River, junc. Western avenue, 

house 18 William 
Kent Miriam C. Mrs., dressmaker, 858 

Main, house do. 
Kent Otis W., carpenter, house 858 Main 
Kent Wm. W., student H. U., rooms 13 

Matthews Hall 
Kenyon Ralph Wood, student Episcopal 

Theological Seminary, Brattle, rms. 

7 Lawrence Hall 
Keogh John, shoemaker, 22 Sparks, h. do. 
Keogh Patrick J., shoemaker, 11 Brattle, 

house 12 Dunster 
Keough George A. (Keough & Ricker), 

hairdressers, 4 Brewer's blk., Brattle 

square, house 6 Brewer 
Keough John, grocer, 36 Harvard, house 

rear 18 School 
Keough & Ricker (Geo. A. Keough and 

Benj. F. Ricker), hairdresser, 4 Brew- 
ers blk., Brattle square 
Kern Cornelius, laborer, 172 Pearl, house 

at Somerville 
Kern Frederick, baker, 502 Main, house 

rear 41 Norfolk 
Kern Henry, cabinet-maker Shaw, Applin 

& Co., house 54 Gore 
Kern Rebecca, widow of Theodore, house 

21 Coggswell avenue 
Kernan James, cabinet-maker, Palmer, 

near Brattle, and janitor Quincy 

school, house 78 Mt. Auburn 
Kernan Thomas J., bds. 78 Mt. Auburn 
Ker Henry, bookkeeper (B.), house 62 

Webscer avenue 
Kerr Henry, case maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 71 Washington 
Kerr John C, currier, house 25 Baldwin 
Kerrigan James, laborer, house 125 Web- 
ster avenue 
Kerrigan John, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 

198 Cambridge 
Kershaw Charles E., safe mnfr. (B.), 

house 5 Day 
Kershaw Edwin S., sawyer, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Somerville 
Kessell Fred A., painter N. E. G. Co., 

boards 42 Winter 
Kessell Jennie, widow of Frederick, 

boarding-house, 42 Winter 



Ketchum George B., clerk, 165 Harvard, 
boards 99 In man 

Keyes Charles S., foreman of case room, 
105 Magazine, boards 21 do. 

Keyes Edward E., fireman Cambridge En- 
gine Co., No. 1, rooms Engine House, 
Brattle square 

Keyes Frank A., at Memorial Hall, bds. 
46 Trowbridge 

Keyes Hattie N. Miss, te?cher Reed street 
primary school 

Keyes James E., farmer, b. Michael Kel- 
ley's, Cushing 

Keyes Prescott. student H. U., rooms 25 
Matthews Hall 

Keyes Wm., iron molder, 368 Main 

Keyser John, cabinet-maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house 58 Thorndike 

Kidd Margaret Miss, teacher Reed street 
primary school, bds. at Somerville 

Kidd Wm. J., carpenter, h. Fourth st. pi. 

Kidder Merrill H, dining-rooms, 108 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Kidder Wm. A., asst. agt. B. & A. R. R. 
(East Boston), h. 256 North avenue 

Kiernan Thos. J., supt. of circulation H. 
U. library, house 84 Mt. Auburn 

Kihlberg Chas. A., cabinet-maker, 124 
Harvard, house 134 do. 

Kikkawa Chokichi, student H. U., rooms 
23 Matthews Hall 

Kilbreth Frank H.. carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, rooms 438 Main [way 

Kilburn Cornelius, laborer, b. 165 Broad- 

Kilburn Curwin H., foreman Webster & 
Co. (Maiden), house Crescent, next 
Sacramento 

Kilburn Edward J., clerk (1131 Tremont, 
B.), house 28 Norfolk 

Kilburn Maria E., widow, house 15 Green 

Kilduff Bernard, plasterer, house Cush- 
ing, corner Lawn 

Kiley William, painter, boards 8 Davis 

Kiley Wm., laborer, 169 Gore, h. r. 240 
Cambridge 

Kilfoy Bridget, widow of Michael, house 
7 Squires court 

Kilfoy John, laborer, house 172 Green 

Killian Bernard, laborer, h. 21 Carson 

Killoren Margaret Mrs., house 60 Cedar 

Killoren Thomas J., carriage-painter, 232 
North avenue, boards 60 Cedar 

Kilroy Michael, currier, h. 39 Baldwin 

Kilroy Patrick, laborer, h. Locust, near 
Cushing 

Kimball Adolphus, waiter Memorial Hall, 
house 11 Flagg street court 

Kimball Chas. H., house 16J Western av. 

Kimball David, driver U. R. Co., house 28 
Charles River 

Kimball Fred, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, bds. John Starkey's, Waverly 

Kimball Geo. A., clerk (47 Franklin, B.), 
boards 686 Main 

Kimball Harvey B., station agent L. A. 
& M. Central R. R., North av., house 
at West Somerville 



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Kimball J. Franklin, merchant tailor, 589 

Main, house 49 Austin 
Kimball J. Henry, blacksmith, ITS North 

avenue, house 12 White 
Kimball Mary H., widow of Isaac, house 

24 Cottage 
Kimball S. E., ice, order box, 9 Harvard 

square, house at Belmont 
Kimball William, merchant tailor, 3 Har- 
vard row, boards 151 Mt. Auburn 
Kimball Wills, flagman L. A. & M. Central 

R. K., North avenue, house at Boston 
Kincaid John A., carriage- maker, ITS 

North avenue, house at Somerville 
King Alex., engineer (T6 Sudbury, B.), 

house 141 Main 
King Alfred E., correspondent's clerk (ST 

Summer, B.), boards T6 Magazine 
King Ann, wid. of Michael, h. 103 Spring 
King Barney, hairdresser, 4594 Main, 

house 58 Washington 
King Benjamin, trader, house 18 Clinton 
King Benjamin, engineer N. E. Glass 

Works, house T4 Cambridge 
King Benjamin Mrs., dressmaker, T4 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [11 Brewery 
King Charles, hair-dresser, 50(3 Main, bds. 
King Charles F., furniture carver, house 

95 Third 
King David H., laborer (31 F. H. square, 

B.), house 1T9 Harvard 
King Edwin L., harnesses (Hopkintonj, 

house T6 Magazine 
King Emma T., widow of John W., nurse, 

house 33 Front [Matthews Hall 

King Frederic R., student H [7., rooms 46 
King Gustavus, hair-dresser, 56G Main, h. 

11 Brewery 

King James, house 35 Essex 

King John, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms 

24/ Holmes place 
King John B., expressman, h. 128 Third 
KiDg John H., confectioner, 503 Main, 

boards 15 Washington 
King Joseph, cabinet-maker, h. 105 Fourth 
King Joseph C, plumber, 034 Main, bds. 

354 Broadway 
King Josephine E., boards 114 Norfolk 
King Lydia S., house 113 Prospect 
King Mary, widow of Patrick, house 15 

Washington 
King Michael, laborer, boards 104 Gore 
King Moses, student H. U., editor Har- 
vard Register, and publisher, rooms 

12 Story 

King Nellie M. Miss, teacher of music, T4 
Cambridge, boards do. 

King Owen, fish peddler, house 22 Carson 

King Patrick, house 00 Vine 

King Samuel A., clerk (34 New F. H. Mar- 
ket, B.), house 38 Sacramento 

King Thomas, hostler, Murray, rooms do. 

King William T., boards 113 Prospect 

Kingman Carrie M. Miss, teacher Web- 
ster grammar school, h. at Stoneham 

Kingman William W., safe maker, 17 
Main, boards 389 do. 



Kingsbury Albert B., student H. U., rms. 

12 Hilton block 
Kingsley Chester W., pres. (National Bank 

of Brighton), and coal, etc. (19 Con- 
gress, B.), house 10 Chester 
Kingsley Samuel N, boards 51 Clark 
Kingsley Winnifred, widow of Samuel, 

house rear 41 Charles 
Kinnane Patrick, tailor, 224 North avenue, 

boards rear 45 Reed 
Kinnear Conrad D., fireman C. F. D., bds. 

10 Tremout 
Kinnear John, printer University Press, 

house 34 Mount Auburn 
Kinnear John F., printer University Press, 

house 34 Mount Auburn 
Kinnear Joseph, bookkeeper (4 Summer, 

B.), boards 34 Mount Auburn 
Kinnerman Henry shoemaker, house 01 

Hampshire 
Kinsley Charles E., clerk (30 Broad, B.), 

boards 51 Sixth 
Kinsley Edgar L., artist, house 33 Tnman 
Kinsley Edward B. P., U. S. Revenue 

storekeeper, house 51 Sixth 
Kinsley Lyman Mrs., house 334 Inman 
Kinsley Samuel L., at 102 Broadway, bds. 

229 do. 
Kinsman Eben, furniture mover (52 

Charles, B.), house 9T Winsor 
Kinsman Edgar O., dentist, 19 Brattle, 

boards 13 Watson 
Kinsman John O., telescope maker Alvan 

Clark & Sons, Henry, h. 13 Watson 
Kip Charles H., student H. U., and editor 

and proprietor Harvard Daily Echo, 3 

Linden, rooms 24 Holworthy Hall 
Kirby John (Sullivan & Kirby), grocer, 16 

Sparks, house 10 South 
Kirby John L., tinman, 103 Pleasant, h. 

93 Chestnut 
Kirchman Charles, boiler maker, 92 Main, 

house at Somerville [14 Upton 

Kirk John D., machinist, 350 Main, rooms 
Kirk John W., banker and broker (N. T.), 

house 21 Craigie 
Kirker John, tinsmith (11 Custom House, 

B.), house 58 Fairmont 
Kirker John jr., plumber, 599^ Main, bds. 

58 Fairmont "[Cambridge 

Kirley James J., mold maker, house 450 
Kirley, see Curley [house do. 

Kirlin William H., suit maker, 15T Bridge, 
Kirsch Ernst, carriage maker, house 426 

Cambridge 
Kirschten Gustavus, painter N. E. Glass 

Co., house 6 Sixth 
Kirwin Michael, laborer, h. 153 Franklin 
Kissane John, laborer, house 243 Franklin 
Kissane Michael, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Kissane Patrick, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Kissane Richard, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Kissling Lawrence, brush maker, house 2 

Willow [Holyoke 

Kittredge Ben R., student H. U., rooms 25 
Kittredge George L., student H. U., rooms 

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Kittredge George T., clerk, 561 Main, bds. 
103 Washington [ington 

Kittredge Jesse H., trader, h. 103 Wash- 

Kivlan George, printer Riverside Press, 
house at Boston [36 Gore 

Kivlan John, teamster, 68 Bridge, boards 

Kivlan Peter, feeder University Press, 
boards 84 River [Gore 

Kivlan Peter F., teamster, 63 Bridge, h. 36 

Kivlan William, printer Riverside Press, 
house 84 River 

Kivlan William H., feeder Riverside Press, 
boards 84 River 

Klemm Hans, picture frame maker (47 
Tyler, B.), house 12 Warren 

Kline J., iron molder, 368 Main 

Klucken Gerarde A., lithographic artist 
Riverside Press, house 14 Pleasant 

Klucken Ralph, lithographer Riverside 
Press, boards 14 Pleasant 

Knapp Aunie Mrs., teacher Putnam gram- 
mar school, house 6Q Thorndike 

Knapp Emily J., widow of Rev. Henry 
M., house 4 Prospect 

Knapp George F., student (B.), boards 6Q 
Thorndike 

Kneeland Daniel J., fish and oysters, 
house 1 Soden place 

Kneeland Henry, teamster, h. 15 Banks 

Kneeland James, teamster, h. 164 Main 

Kneeland James, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 52 Clark 

Kneeland John, mason, house 11 Reed 

Kneeland John, watchman, h. 104 Main 

Kneeland Michael, teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 89 Brookline 

Kneeland Thomas, blacksmith, Church, 
opp. Palmer, boards 15 Banks 

Kneeland Thomas H, blacksmith, boards 
15 Banks 

Kneeley J., watchman U. R Co., Dunster 

Knight Bridget Miss, h. 20 Mt. Auburn 

Knight Elbridge E., night watchman H. 
U., house 30 Winthrop 

Knight Eliza A. Mrs., house 7 Marvin pi. 

Knight Frank B. (95 Milk, B.), house 715 
Cambridge [Gray's Hall 

Knight Fred T., student H. U., rooms 11 

Knight Harry T., baggage master (O. C. 
R. R., B.), boards 56 Austin 

Knight Jane Miss, house 20 Mt. Auburn 

Knight Joseph R. Mrs., house 15 Third 

Knight Simon, driver U. R. Co., boards 6 
Harvard square 

Knight Stephen H, student H. U., rooms 
2 Felton building 

Knight William H, blank book mnfr. (171 
Devonshire, B.), house 50 Sacramento 

Knights Anson B., advertising agent (B.), 
house 80S Main 

Knights Catharine Livingston Mrs., dress- 
maker, house 898 Main 

Knights Samuel C. Mrs., prop. Highland 
House (Annisquam), h. 898 Main 

Knights Samuel R, (S. R. Knights & Co.), 
auctioneer, 593* Main, and (10 Old 
State House, B. ), house at Boston 



Knights Simon, driver U. R. Co., boards 6 

Harvard square 
Knights S. R.& Co. (Samuel R. Knights), 

auctioneers, 593J Main, and (10 Old 

State House, B.) 
Kuights Willis, waiter Memorial Hall, 

boards 2£ Holmes place 
Knights, see Knight 

Knips Joseph, sausage maker, b. 153 Otis 
Knoerr Albert, action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 177 Spring 
Knowles Chas. F. P., diary maker, 105 

Magazine, house 105 Allston 
Knowles Chas. F. S., student H. U., rms. 

69 Brattle [Soden 

Knowles Isaiah G., clerk, 638 Main, bds. 5 
Knowles John, roller Cambridge Rolling 

mills, house 1 Webster avenue 
Knowles John S., engineer, 10 Arrow, h. 

8 do. 
Knowles Maria L., widow of Stephen B., 

house 105 Allston 
Knowles Nathan S., clerk, 9 Harvard sq., 

house 11 Farwell place 
Knowles Willard,machmist,h. 12S£ Green 
Knowles Z. R., 54 Bridge 
Knowlton Benjamin F., wood worker, 

house 69 Washington 
Knowlton Geo. W., carpenter, 10 Arrow, 

house 4 DeWolf 
Knowlton John, cutter (72 Summer, B.), 

house 1 Ballord place 
Knox David, clerk, 461 Main, boards 22 

Pioneer avenue 
Knox Frank C, at University Press, bds. 

29 Putnam avenue ' 
Knox Geo. O., automatic music mnfr., 

511 Main, house 80£ Green 
Knox James, clerk (B.), house 164 Main 
Knox John, laborer, house 22 Pioneer av. 
Knox John jr., brass finisher, h. 7 Moore 
Knox John H., tailor (B.), house Munroe, 

corner Sixth 
Koch Adam A., restaurant Lyceum build- 
ing, Harvard sq., rms.,23 North avenue 
Kochendoerffer John N. Conrad, variety 

store, 351 Broadway, h. 2 Antrim 
Kogeluck Charles, cabinet maker Shaw, 

Applin & Co., 54 Bridge 
Ko Kun Hua, instructor in Chinese H. 

U., house 717 Cambridge 
Kopp Adam, baker, house 169 Norfolk 
Korarik Joseph, cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

boards 56 Cambridge 
Kothe George W., copper smith( 9 Bowker, 

B.), house 13 Winter 
Kovarik John, cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

house 85 Sixth 
Kraetzer Edwin J., hats and caps(21 Dock 

square, B.), house 29 Sacramento 
Kraetzer Eugene G., hats (311 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 15 Walden 
Kraas Adolph, silver smith, h. 36 Clark 
Krall Bartholomew, locksmith, house 167 

Spring 
Kramer Harry, conductor U. R. Co.,house 

10 Coggswell avenue 



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Krause A. A., student H. U., boards 467 

Broadway 
Kroepsch Robert, baker, li. 169 Norfolk 
Kruegel William E., tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Somerville 
Kruegel Wtn. E. jr., tuner, 162 Broadway, 

boards at Boston 
Kruger Ernest, shade painter, Blanche 
Kruger Otto, shade painter, Blanche 
Kuebler Charles, currier, b. 870 North av. 
Kuebler J. Emile, currier, h. 370 North av. 
Kuebler Michael, currier, rear 370 North 

avenue, house do. 
Kuhaupt Henry, house 9 Portland 
Kuhn Caroline Miss, house 32 Pine 
Kuhn George W„ house 82 Pine 
Kuntzmann Charles W., clerk, 161 Cam 

bridge, boards 89 Thorndike 
Kurino Sinichiro, law student H. U., rms. 

65 Oxford 

LABOO HENRIETTA, widow, house 

rear 16 Hayes court 
Labranch Joseph, brush maker (B.), house 

29 Seventh 
Lacas Duncan F., oruameutor, 163 Pleas- 
ant, house 162 do. 
Lacasse Anselin, carpenter, house 365 

North avenue 
Lacey Jeremiah N., printer University 

Press, boards 15 Mt. Auburn 
Lacey John, fireman, 162 Broadway,house 

14 Webster avenue 
Lacherpelle Menasippe, tinsmith, rear 104 

Main, boards 193 do. 
La Clair Leon, tinsmith, Third, house 11 

Rogers block, Main 
Lacy James, laborer, house 67 Winter 
Ladd Frank P., hay, grain and straw, 345 

North avenue/near R. R. crossing, h. 

at Somerville 
Ladd Fred L., hairdresser, 14, Brattle, 

boards 22 Church 
Ladd John S., justice Police Court, City 

building, Brattle sq„ house 2 Frost 
Laddis Edward, laborer, h. r. 25 Sixth 
Ladson Ramsey, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 24. Holmes place 
Laha Jas. H., painter (B.), h. 6 Hamilton 
Lahey Dennis, laborer, house Vineyard, 

corner Cushing 
Lahey James, house 105 Portland 
Lahey James, mason, h. 114 Hampshire 
Lahey John, laborer, house 15 Winter 
Lahey John, laborer, h. 174 Franklin 
Lahey John, mason, h. 364 Cambridge 
Lahey Michael, watchman U. R. Co., Dun- 

ster, house 204 Franklin 
Lahey Michael, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

203 Cambridge 
Lahey Patrick, house 203 Cambridge 
Lahey Thomas, mason, house 4 Antrim 
Lahey Thomas, laborer, house 57 North 
Laidler Annie Miss, copyist Registry of 

Deeds, Otis, corner Second, house 58 

Thorndike 
Laidler Mary Miss, house 58 Thorndike 



Laing Daniel C, waiter Memorial Hall 
Lake Frederick B., student H. U., rooms 

8 Matthews Hall 

Lakin George W., house 2 Seckel 
Lally Daniel, laborer, boards 387 Main 
Lally Frank E., clerk, 40 Brighton, house 

23 Mill 
Lally John, bookbinder Riverside Press, 

house 24 Cowperthwaite 
Lally John, plasterer, house 36| Banks 
Lally John H., clerk, 40 Brighton, boards 

36£ Banks 
Lally John J., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, house 

2 Rogers block, Washington 
Lally Michael, laborer, h. 382 Cambridge 
Lally Patrick, laborer, h. rear 41 Charles 
Lally Patrick J., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

house 90 Washington 
Lally Thomas F., grocer, 34 Banks, h. do. 

LALLY THOMAS, grocer, 40 Brigh- 
ton, house 1 Mill 
Lamb Charles J., house 149 Franklin 
Lamb Chas. R. Mrs., house Willard, cor. 

Brattle 
Lamb Fayette C, bookkeeper (77 State, 

B.). house 23 Ellsworth avenue 
Lamb George, clerk (13 Kilby, B.), house 

9 Ellsworth avenue 

Lamb Henry J., carriage-painter, 178 North 

avenue, house 9 Coggswell place 
Lamb James, horseshoer, house 10 Salem 
Lamb Jos. J., plumber, 5994, Main, boards 

10 Salem 

Lamb Michael F., teamster, h. 60 Amory 
Lamb Roland O., bookkeeper (16 Sears 

building, B.), house 19 Sacramento 
Lamb Thos., confectioner, bds. 60 Amory 
Lambert Elizabeth B., widow of John, 

house 9 Wallace 
Lambert Geo., machinist (B.), b. 9 Second 
Lambert Geo. H., clerk (25 Summer, B.), 

boards 9 Wallace [Norfolk 

Lambert Herbert L., tinsmith, boards 76 
Lambert John N., tinsmith, h. 76 Norfolk 
Lambert Martin, laborer, bds. 28 Spring 
Lambert Wm. H., clerk (85 Cambridge, 

B.), boards 76 Norfolk 
Lampher Geo. O., carpenter, b. Squires ct. 
Lamphere Emmet, tinsmith, 457 Cam- 
bridge, house 191 Hampshire 
Lamphrey Frank E., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, 

boards 15 Farwell place 
Lamson Anna S. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, rooms 102 Austin 
Lamson Arthur F., bookbinder, h. 81 River 
Lamson Asa C, house 43 Essex 
Lamson Charles H., machinist, 356 Main, 

boards 81 River 
Lamson John H., sign painter, h. 65 Green 
Lamson Rufus Mrs., house 43 Essex 
Lamson Rufus W., mason, 233 Harvard, 

house do. [Dunster 

Lamson Wm. A., student H. U., rooms 28 
Lamson Wm. G., clerk, bds. 233 Harvard 
Lauahan Daniel D., asst. engineer, 126 

Portland, house 30 Davis 
Lanahan John-W., plumber, bds. 30 Davis 



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MONUMENTS & CURBINGS, Designed and Constructed. 

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Lancaster Walter B., student H. U., rms. 
20 Prescott 

Lander Ruth E. Mrs., teacher Shepard 
grammar school, house at Somerville 

Lander Wm. F., sliarp-maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 47 Clark 

Landerkin Llewellyn, machinist, Rhoades' 
mill, State, house 32 Front 

Landers Morris, laborer, h. 10 Maynard pi. 

Landers Thatcher T., machinist B. & L. 
R. R. shop^ Bridge, h. at Charlestown 

Landers Wm., gardener, house 115 Spruce 

Landreville Albert, cabinet-maker, Wood- 
bury's bldg., Otis, h. 156 Cambridge 

Landreville Jos. A., cabinet-maker, Wood- 
bury's bldg., Otis, bds. 156 Cambridge 

Landry Julian, carpenter, house 36 Holly 

Landy Bridget, widow of Joseph, house 
80 Brighton [80 Brighton 

Landy John, painter, 14 Church, boards 

Landy Joseph, painter, bds. 80 Brighton 

Lane Albert F., student H. U., rooms 11 
Matthews Hall 

Lane Alfred C, student H. U , rooms 16 

5 tough ton Hall 

Lane Caroline M. Mrs., house 19 Oxford 
Lane Cornelius, laborer, house 2 Fourth 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, 

h. 5 Lechmere House, Lechmere sq. 
Lane Dennis, laborer, h. 362 Broadway 
Lane Dennis, marble- worker, 53 Main, 

house 25 Cambridge 
Lane Edward B., student H. U., rooms 107 

Prospect 
Lane Eli as N., house 28 Western avenue 
Lane E. Fred., boards 28 Western avenue 
Lane Frederick, machinist, Gordon place, 

house at Boston 
Lane Gardiner M., student H. XL, rooms 

6 Holworthy Hall 

Lane George M., Pope Professor of Latin 

H U., house 391 Harvard 
Lane Jane L. Miss, house 678 Main 
Lane Jeremiah, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, 

house Bridge, near Short 
Lane Jeremiah, laborer, b. 25 Cambridge 
Lane Joanna, widow of Wm., h. 33 Bolton 
Lane John, laborer, house 29 Warren 
Lane John, laborer, house 7 Blair place 
Lane John, laborer, house 51 North 
Lane John, blacksmith, 4 Cambridge, h. 

9 Fifth 
Lane J. Frederick, bookkeeper, 7 Hamp- 
shire, bds. 42 Western avenue 
Lane J. Joseph, clerk, 8 Brighton, b. do. 
Lane Lyman, laborer, h. 27 Webster av. 
Lane Patrick, house 25 Cambridge 
Lane Peter, salesman (47 Commercial, B.), 

house 42 Western avenue 
Lane Samuel G. (105 Summer, B.), house 

107 Prospect 
Lane Susan M. Miss, teacher private 

school (5 Charles, B.), h. 2 Holmes pi. 
Lane Timothy, boiler maker B. & L. R.R. 

shop, boards at Boston 
Lane Wm. C, student H. U., b. 19 Oxford 
Lang Anestina, wid. of Lewis, h. Reed 



Lang Annie, widow, house 25 Harvey 
Lang Charles H, turnkey of jail, house 

Thorndike, corner Third 
Lang Daniel C, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 28 Charles River 
Lang Henry, bookbinder Riverside Press, \ 

house 7 Daye court [do. 

Lang John C, cigar mnfr., 129 Green, h. 
Lang John H, cigar maker, 513 Main, h. 

II State 

Lang Joseph H, clerk. 345 North avenue, 
boards at Somerville 

Lang Lewis, laborer, boards 218 Green 

Lang Lewis J., butcher, 218 Green, h. Reed 

Lang Margaret, widow of John, house 
Dailey alley 

Lang William H, cigar maker.b. 129 Green 

Langan James, laborer, h. 8 Portland 

Laugan Thomas, blacksmith Burnett & 
Brown, boards 144 Broadway 

Langdell Christopher Columbus, Dane 
Professor of Law, and Dean of the 
Law Faculty H. U., h. 37 Quincy 

Langdon Courtney, student H. U., rooms 
8 Story 

Langdon Harry S., clerk (220 Congress, 
B.), boards 341 Broadway 

Lar.gdon Wm. Chauncy Rev., d.d., house 
14 Ash 

Langdon Woodbury T., asst. engineer Re- 
vere Sugar Refinery, Water, house 
rear 152 Prospect 

Lange Ceril, brick maker, h. Ill Spruce 

Langer Charles, confectionery, rooms 65 
School [70 River 

Langer Frank, sawyer (96 Beverly, B.), b. 

Langford George A., Custom House (Bos- 
ton), house 56 Columbia 

Langford W. K., house 56 Columbia 

Langley Archibald, farmer, boards Mary 
Langley's, New 

Langley A. G., 54 Bridge 

Langley Carrie A. Miss, clerk, 103 Cam- 
bridge, boards 40 Third 

Langley Daniel C, painter, h. 155 Main 

Langley Edward M., clerk (Chauncy, B.), 
bds. 40 Third [41 do. 

Langley Edwin C, engineer, 31 Elm, h. 

Langley Eliza J. Miss, h. 143 Thorndike 

Langley George L., boards 111 Gore 

Langley Henry, wood turner, boards 10 
Harrison 

Langley Henry L., wood in older, Rhoades 
bldg., State, boards 402 Main 

Langley Joseph, brick-maker, boards 
Mary Langley's, New 

Langley Lauren F., clerk, 59 Cambridge, 
boards 111 Gore 

Langley Martin V., teamster, 126 Port- 
land, house 57 Essex 

Langley Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 
New, near F. R. R. 

Langley Noah W. Mrs. , house 40 Third 

Langley Olive E., widow of Lauren F., h. 

III Gore 

Langmaid Samuel H., carriage mnfr., h. 
78 Kirkland 



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Lanoir Louis, enameler, h. 40 Broadway 
Lantigua Andrew, cigar maker (Central 

wharf. B.), house rear 137 Pearl 
Lapham Geo. F., clerk (164 Devonshire, 

B.), bds. 254 North avenue 
Lapham Mary Miss, house 05 Winter 
Lapham Wm., printer, house 95 Elm 
Lapierre Elie, drug clerk, 32 River, house 

30 do. [30 River 

Lapierre Sarah E., widow of Elie F., h. 
Laplante Jos., brick-maker, h. 108 Spruce 
Lapoint Eli, carpenter, house 122 Spruce 
Lapoint Frank S., blacksmith, boards 122 

Spruce [Winter 

Lapoint Mumvell N., hairdresser, h. 52 
Larkin John (John Larkin & Co.). junk, 

54 Cambridge, h >use at Wakefield 
Larkin Johu & Co. (John Larkin), junk, 

54 Cambridge 
Larkin John H., house 176 Thorndike 
Larkin Lawrence, laborer, h. S Hastings 
Larkin Michael F., polisher F. G. F. Co., 

boards 176 Thorndike 
Larkin Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 1S| Lopez 
Larkin Patrick, laborer (157 Summer, B.), 

boards 21 Lee 
Larkins James, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 

20 Pioneer avenue [ster 
Lary P., watchman U. R. Co. stable, Dun- 
Lasselle S. E. Mrs., music teacher at Chas. 

J. Adams, Thorndike, c. Third, b. do. 

Latham Charles S., student H. IL, rooms 
41 Beck Hall 

Lathe Leonora F. Mrs., physician, 34 Aus- 
tin, house do. 

Lathrop George, laborer, b. 56 Washington 

Lathrop Wra. L., cigars (2 IS Washington, 
B.), house 20 Brookline 

Latimer Horace A., student H. U., rooms 
10 Holyoke House 

Latimer Jas. A., physician, 57 Otis, h. do. 

Latour John, house rear 41 Norfolk 

Laughlin Julia A. Miss, nurse, boards 47 
William 

Laughlin J. Lawrence, Instructor in Po- 
litical Economy H. U., house 21 
Buckingham 

Laurence Prescott, student H. U.„ rooms 

21 Beck Hall 

Laurent Albert, boarding-house (Belvi- 

dere), 1 Garden 
Lavan Bridget, widow, boards 9 Reed 
Lavan Thomas, laborer, house 137 Elm 
Lavender Anna Louise, widow of James, 

house 159 Bridge 
Lavais Paul, grocer, 106 Spruce, house do. 
Laviu John, confectioner, b. 18 1£ Harvard 
Law Annie C, w. of Chas., h. 44 Holyoke 
Law Emerson W., clerk (State House, B.), 

boards Philip butting's, Nutting pi. 
Law Frederick W., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 44 Holyoke 
Law Geo. W., salesman, house 96 Inman 
Law Robert, teamster, Cambridge gas 

works, boards 1 Pioneer 
Lawler Bridget Mrs., house 189 Spruce 



Lawler James, painter, h. 81 Broadway 
Lawler Martin, butcher, bds. 169 Dublin 
Lawler Patrick, laborer, house 169 Dublin 
Lawless Anastatia, widow of John, house 

17 Sparks street place 
Lawless John, gate-tender B. & L. R. R., 

house 7 Water 
Lawless Richard, car inspector B. & L. R. 

R., house 4 North 
Lawrence Charles, produce (6 N. F. H. 

market, B.), house 55 Cambridge 
Lawrence Charles F., shipper (B.), boards 

15 Lee 
Lawrence Dolly D., widow of James K., 

house 29 Second 
Lawrence Ella L., widow of Benj. F., h. 

8 Donnell 
Lawrence Geo. P., lawyer (22 Tremont 

row, B.), house 12 Mason 
Lawrence Herbert T., supt., 221 Bridge, 

h. 34 Beacon, at Somerville 
Lawrence John P., poultry (48 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.), house 407 Broadway 
Lawrence Joseph Silva, laborer, house r. 

125 Gore 
Lawrence J. Edward, student, boards 56 

Cambridge 
Lawrence L., driver U. R. Co. 
Lawrence Mary P., widow, house 407 

Broadway 
Lawrence Oscar, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 229 do. 
Lawrence Prescott, student H. U., rooms 

21 Beck Hall 
Lawrence Rosewell B., student H. U., 

rooms 28 Felton building 
Lawrence Scientific School, 3 Kirkland 
Lawrence Wm. B., law student H. U., 

rooms 46 Beck Hall 
Lawrence Wm. H., gas fitter (69 Kilby, 

B.), house 74 Washington 
Laws Albert, teamster, bds. 14 Hastings 
Laws Charles H., polisher, b. 109 Pleasant 
Laws Elizabeth AT, widow of William, h. 

109 Pleasant 
Laws James A., laborer, h. 14 Hastings 
Lawson Andrew J., journalist, house 198 

Putnam avenue 
Lawson Eliza, widow of Thomas, house 

119 Washington 
Lawson Francis C, house 91 Fifth 
Lawson George, house 2 Charles River 
Lawson John EL, printer Riverside Press, 

house 62 Fairmont 
Lawson Mary E. Miss, h. 62 Fairmont 
Lawson Thomas W., broker (B.), house 62 

Fairmont 
Lawton Arthur, boards 46 Market 
Lawton Edward B. Mrs., house 46 Market 
Lawton John T., teamster, 211 Bridge, 

boards 1 Fifth 
Lawton Joseph H., coppersmith, b. 1 Fifth 
Lawton Leander, laborer, 153 Putnam av- 
enue, house 8 Stinson court 
Lawton Margaret, wid. of John, h. 1 Fifth 
Lawton William A., teamster J. A Wel- 
lington, boards 1 Fifth 



Parties hariug CARRIAGES and wishing Ibem VARNISHED or REPAIRED 

in the SPRING, can hnre them STORED during the winter free of charge, 

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Law ton William C, proctor H. U., rooms 

20 Felton building 
Lazzaro George, hairdresser (209 Cong- 
ress, B. ), house 9H Inman 
Leach Francis H., joiner. Rhoades bldg., 

State, house 87 Concord avenue 
Leach G-eorgianna ' Miss, proof-reader 

(Philadelphia), bds. 7 Lambert av. 
Leach Hosea W., mason, 19 Cherry, bds. 

69 Moore 
Leach John, hostler Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery stable, Coolidge av., rooms do. 
Leach Johnson, engineer (B.),h. 131 Spring 
Leach Mary, widow of James, house 129 

Harvard 
Leach Mary A., widow of William S., h. 

7 Lambert avenue [vard 

Leach William, iron-molder, b. 129 Har- 
Leach William H., carpenter, 379 Main, 

bouse 1 Saville, corner Appleton 
Leahan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 23 Hayes ct. 
Leahy John, laborer, house 85 Spruce 
Leahy Patrick, shoemaker, 82 Spring, 

boards 131 Spring 
Leake Christopher, carpenter, rooms 67 

Western avenue 
Lealand Chas., millwright, h. 86 Winsor 
Lealand Charles H., clerk, 168 Main, bds. 

86 Winsor 
Lealand, see Leland 
Leaman Geo. H., laborer (Somerville), 

boards 198 Cambridge 
Learnard George W., com. mer. (134 So. 

Market, B.), house 32 Pearl 
Learned Frank E., clerk Wm. Reardon, h. 

36 Pearl 
Learned Grant, shoemaker, 29j Central 

square, house rear 97 Oreen , 

Learned, see Leonard 
Leary Augustus, confectioner, 1 Harvard 

square, house 32 Ellery 
Leary Cornelius, laborer, house 6 Fifth 
Leary Humphrey, laborer, h. 55 North 
Leary James, polisher F. Geldowsky, 

house 30 Spring 
Leary John, bookbinder Riverside bind- 
ery, house 19 Hewes 
Leary John, tailor, house 24 Harrison 
Leary John, printer, house 3, rear 134 

Broadway, 
Leary John, iron-molder, 368 Main 
Leary John F., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

house at Charles town 
Leary Mary, widow, house 196 Franklin 
Leary Michael, driver U. R. Co. 
Leary Michael, mason, boards 10 South 
Leary Patrick, laborer, house 16 North 
Leary Patrick, watchman U. R. Co., house 

80 Kinnaird 
Leary, see O' Leary 
Leatherbee George H., student H. U., 

rooms 16 Holworthy Hall 
Leavitt Allen Mrs., dressmaker, house 106 

Inman 
Leavitt Andrew J., liquor (31£ Howard, 

B.), house 12 Pleasant 
Leavitt Erasmus D., house 11 Warland 



Leavitt Erasmus D. jr., mechanical en- 
gineer, 608 Main, house 127 Magazine 

Leavitt Ernest, piano-maker, 73 Main, 
house at Salem [Boston 

Leavitt Fred H., clerk, 450 Harvard, b. at 

Leavitt George R. Rev., pastor Pilgrim 
church, h.$9 Warland |6 Clark 

Leavitt Henry T., groceries,' 361 Main, h. 

Leavitt Hey ward G., student H. U., rms. 
52 Brattle 

Leavitt Ira H, clerk N. A. Oyster Co. (F. 
H. market, B.), house 38 Sidney 

Leavitt Lucy A. L., widow of George W., 
bouse 92 Auburn 

Leavitt William, carpenter (146 Mt. Ver- 
non, B.), house 16 Fayette 

Leavitt William J. D., music teacher (433 
Washington, rm. 16, B.), h. 16 Fayette 

Leavitt William W., brass- finisher, h. 110 
Hampshire 

LeBarron John, carriage painter, 232 • 
North avenue, boards 212 do. 

LeBarron John, house 896 Main 

LeBarron John D., house 896 Main 

Lebert David, baker, Fourth, cor. Vine, 
house 34 do. 

LeCain George W., clerk (C, cor. Fourth, 
South Boston), house 58 Auburn 

LECHMERE NATIONAL. 
BANK, 66 Cambridge, T. Henry 

Hudson, cashier 
LeClair Xavier, brick-maker, h. 108 Spruce 
Leddy Chas. H., finisher F. M. H. F. Co., 

boards 8 Fourth [8 Fourth 

Leddy Hannah M., widow of John, house 
Leddy James, laborer, house Distillhouse, 

next Somerville line 
Ledlie George H., student H. U., rooms 

16 Matthews Hall 
Ledyard Wm. F. H., student H. U., rooms 

24 Matthews Hall 
Lee Elbren L., fish, boards 11 Gardner 
Lee George, coal and wood (27 Province, 

B.), house 60 Washington 
Lee Isaac J., boards 31 Howard 
Lee James H., confectioner, h. 11 Gardner 
Lee Joseph, student H. U., and editor 

and prop. Harvard Daily Echo, 3 Lin- 
den, rooms 58 Thayer Hall 
Lee Nathaniel H., porter, h. 31 Howard 
Lee Richard T., blacksmith, 368 Main, 

house 73 Hastings 
Lee R., laborer, 368 Main 
Lee Thomas, law student H. U., rooms 22 

Weld Hall 
Lee Walter, blacksmith, 270 North av., 

boards 189 Spruce 
Lee William, gardener, 7 Fayerweather, 

boards do. 
Lee William, cooper, house 29 Porter 
Lee Wm. J., laborer, bds. 73 Hastings 
Lee Mrs., widow, house 25 Bow 
Lee, see Lea 
Leeds Daniel D., foreman of varnishers 

(1287 Washington, B. ) , h. 123 Franklin 
Leeds Edwin F., wool (220 Purchase, B.), 

house 123 Franklin 



LUMBER & MOULDINGS. J. G. & N. G. GOOCH. 

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Leeds Fred A., clerk (31 Hawley, B.), 

boards 123 Franklin 
Leest Walter, plasterer (35 Hawley, B.), 

house 9 Lopez 
LeFane Jos., driver U. R. Co. ,h. 5 Frank 
Lefavour Edward B., student H. U., rms. 

21 Felton Hall 
LeFrancis Charles, clerk, 599 Main, bds. 

60 Columbia 
LeFrancis Fred., clerk (85 Oliver, B.), 

house 60 Columbia 
LeFrancis Peter, cigar manufacturer, 599 

Main, house 60 Columbia 
LeFrancis True, locksmith (Sudbury, B.), 

boards 148 Washington 
LeGallee Charles E., salesman (B.), house 

94 Fourth [Madison 

Legg Charles A., engineer H. U., house 30 
Legg Frank W., photographer, 27 Central 

square, house foot Pearl 
Legrand John, tinsmith, 153 Putnam av., 

rooms 85 Pleasant 
Lehan Daniel W., furniture (98 Merrimac, 

B.), house 61 Gore [41 do. 

Lehau Dennis. H., horse shoer, 19 Gore, h. 
Lehan ^Michael, laborer, house 62 Charles 
Lehan Michael J., varnisher (B.), boards 

21 Fourth 

Lehmkuhl William H., cabinet maker, 
house 72 Gore 

Leighton Ellen M., teacher Gannet pri- 
mary school, boards 128 Otis 

Leighton Francis M., harness maker, 200£ 
North avenue, bds. Porter's Hotel 

Leighton J as., carpenter, b. 163 Broadway 

Leighton Jane, widow of John H., house 

22 Winter 4 

Leighton John A., carpenter, h. 175 Otis 
Leighton John H., clerk Am, Net and 

Twine Co., Third, house at Somerville 
Leighton J. E., conductor U. K. Co. 
Leighton Margaret M., teacher high 

school, house at Boston 
Leighton Nellie N., wid. of Henry, boards 

128 Otis 
Leighton Robert E., boards 22 Winter 
Leighton Rufus, laborer, h. 19 Brewery 
Leighton Thomas, conductor U. R. Co., 

house 12 Fourth 
Leitch Isabelle M. C, widow, boards 14 

Magazine 
Leitch James, laborer, house 12 Warren 
Leitch James C, baker (Chicago), house 

34 Somerset 
Leitch, see Litch 
Leland Annie M. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, house at Somerville 
Leland Edward I., salesman(60 Broad, B.), 

b. Mrs. Annie S. Fobes',Mt. Pleasant 
Leland Frederick (84 North, B.), boards 

31 Bigelow 
Leland James, house 20 Tremont 
Leland, see Lealand 
Lemon Lewis, fr^tme manufacturer (55-$- 

Sudbury, B.), house 7 Watson 
Lemon William, binder Riverside bindery, 

boards 42 River 



Lemont Annie Mrs., h. 140 Pleasant 
LeMoyne Louis V., student H. U., rooms 

38 Holyoke House 
Lenfest Granville B. (Lenfest & Moore), 

printer, 68 Cambridge, house 157 

Thorndike [50 Baldwin 

Lenfest Mary A., wid. of Solomon, house 
Lenfest Solomon, printer University Press, 

house 50 Baldwin 
Lenfest Thomas H., music printer (21 

School, B. ) , house 40 Western avenue 
Lenfest Thomas H. jr., clerk (21 School, 

B.), boards 40 Western avenue 
Lenfest & Moore (Granville B. Lenfest 

and George H. Moore), job printers, 

68 Cambridge 
Lennon James E. (J. Lennon & Son), 

grocer, 145 Pearl, house 141 do. 
Lenii9n John, auctioneer and real estate, 

and (J. Lennon & Sou), grocer, 145 

Pearl, house 141 do. 
Lennon J. & Son (John and Jas. E. Len- 

nou), groceries and provisions, 145 

Pearl 
Lennon Maria, widow, house 19 Baldwin 
Lennon Martin, brass finisher, 368 Main, 

boards 365 do. [b. 365 do. 

Lennon Michael, brass finisher, 368 Main, 
Lenox John, laborer, bds. 95 Hampshire 
Lenox John M., letter collector (P. 0.,B), 

house 95 Hampshire [yard 

Lenox Wm., laborer, h. Cushing,opp. Vine- 
Lent Jane, widow of Albert, house 24 

Coggswell avenue 
Leonard Geo. A., salesman (311 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 94 Norfolk 
Leonard Geo. E., coachman, 904 Main 
Leonard Henry W., wheelwright, 4 Cam- 
bridge, house 97 Otis 
Leonard Hiram, hides and leather (98 

High, B.), house 139 Otis 
Leonard John, gardener, h. 123£ Winsor 
Leonard John P., cook, bds. 123| Winsor 
Leonard Mary J., widow of Sa*muel R., 

boarding-house 82 Magazine 
Leonard Michael F., packer (62 Canal, 

B.), house 159 Columbia 
Leonard Patrick G., salesman (N. Y. city), 

house 77 Inman 
Leonard Richard Mrs., h. r. 19 Fairmont 
Leonard Solomon C, broom maker, 412 

Main, boards 3 Prospect 
Leonard Thomas, junk, 19 Gore, h. do. 
Leonard Thos., trunk-maker, boards 123£ 

Winsor 
Leonard Wm., book-agent, house 8 Third 
.Leonard, see Learned, also Lerned 
Leppe Joseph, cabinet-maker, h. 28 Vine 
Lepper Wm., cabinet-maker, Woodbury 

building. Otis, house at Boston 
Lergantou August Mrs., widow, house 71 

Brighton 
Lerned Benjamin, butter and eggs, house 

rear 354 North avenue 
Lerned Chas. W., mnfr. "Lerned's Disen- 

fectant." 358 North avenue, house at 

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Lerned' Josiah, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 

house at Watertown 
Lerned Lucy Miss, h. 358 North avenue 
Lerned Rebecca R. Miss, b. 358 North av. 
Lerned Sarah A., widow of Thomas P., 

h. 6 Sumner [354 North av. 

Lerned Walter H., butter and eggs, b.r. 
Lerner Annie Mrs., dressmaker, 12 Mt. 

Auburn, house do. 
Lerner Fiances, widow of Andrew, house 

12 Mt Auburn 
Lerner Frank, gardener, 12 Quincy, bouse 

1 Banks 
Lerner Fritz, tailor (B.), house 3 Banks 
Lerner John, laborer, boards 3 Banks 
Lerner Josepb, nurse, b. 12 Mt. Auburn 
Lerner, see Lamer 
Lertora John, hairdresser, 573 Main, 

house rear 41 Norfolk 
Leslie Benjamin A., mariner, house 132 

Prospect 
Leslie David, butter dealer, h.449Camb'ge, 
Lester Moses W., bouse Huron, near Lake 

View avenue 
Leuchte Bernbard, restaurant, 9 Brigbton, 

house at West Somerville 

LEVEKETT GEORGE V., lawyer 
(47 Devonsbire, rooms 19 and 22, B.), 
house 5 Ellery 
Levi Wolf, auctioneer, house 109 Otis 
Levit Morris, furniture polisher (42 Corn- 
hill, B.), bouse 121 Spring 
Levolit Alfred, polisher F. G. F. Co., 

house 6 Eighth 
Levy Aaron, peddler, boards 83 Pearl 
Levy Abraham, clothing, 15 Brighton, h. 

83 Pearl 
Levy Albert H., student H. U., rooms 44 

Holyoke House 
Levy Harry M., student H. U., rooms 

19 Matthews Hall 
Levy Hannah Mrs., fruit and confection- 
ery, 429 Main, house do. 
Levy John, painter, house 112 Hampshire 
Levy Jules, teacher of French, and editor 

"Le Francais," house 17 Story 
Lewando Amelie Miss, music teacher, 64 

Sacramento, boards do. 
Lewando Anise Mrs., house 64 Sacramento 
Lewando Mathilde Miss, French teacher, 

64 Sacramento, boards do. 
Lewin Mary A., widow, h. 277 Harvard 
Lewis Abbie A. Miss, teacher Dana pri- 
mary school, boards 14 Story 
Lewis Angeline H., widow, h. 22 Winsor 
Lewis Ann,wid. of Henry P., h. 14 Story 
Lewis Ann Miss, house 99 Norfolk 
Lewis Charles H., clerk B. & L. R. R. 

shop, boards at Boston 
Lewis Charles J., grocer, 150 Harvard, h. 

48 Hamilton 
Lewis Charles S., machinist, boards 286£ 

Broadway 
Lewis Charles S., supt. (518 Washington, 

B.). house 96 Ellery 
Lewis Edward R., clerk, 37 Clark, house 
99 Norfolk 



Lewis Elmer L., carpenter, 3 River, bds. 

115 Magazine 

Lewis Ensign L., tin worker, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 115 Magazine 
Lewis Fred. H., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 60 River 
Lewis Frederick, brush finisher (290 Com- 
mercial, B.), house 85 Vine 
Lewis Geo. W., porter H. U., h. 33 Mill 
Lewis Henry C, coal and wood, and fur- 
niture mover, 6£ Harvard sq., house 
19 Grant fsor 

Lewis Henry D., brass finisher, b. 11 Win- 
Lewis Henry S., hairdresser, 25 River, 

boards 286£ Broadway 
Lewis John F. (Schultz & Lewis), coal 

and wood, 19 River, house 18 Park 
Lewis John R., clerk, 419 Main, boards 

School, corner Cherry 
Lewis Levi J., hairdresser (163 Camb'ge, 

B.), house 104 Harvard 
Lewis Mary A. Miss, teacher Boardman 

primary school, boards 16 Lincoln 
Lewis Mary E , widow, h. 2864, Broadway 
Lewis Samuel K., law student H. U., rms. 

18 Sharon, Boston 
Lewis Theodore A., clerk (25 Summer, 

B.), boards 115 Magazine 
Lewis Warren N., hairdresser, boards 

286i Broadway 
Lewis Wm. H., clerk, house 50 Clark 
Lewis William K., boards 764 Main 
Leyland James, boiler-maker B. & L. R. 
R. shop, boards at Boston 

LIBBEY E. DKUMMOND, with 
N. E. Glass Works, North, cor. Water, 

boards 209 West Newton, Boston 
Libbey Frederick A., engiueer, house 88 

Banks 
Libbey Wm., flagman Concord av. cross- 
ing F. R. R. , house do. 
T IBBEY WM. L., proprietor N. E. 
Li Glass Works, North, cor. Water, h. 

209 West Newton, at Boston 
Libby Frederick W., clerk (10 Canal, B.), 

house 146 North avenue 
Libby Geo. W., sawyer, 624 Main, house 

at Bedford 
Libby Hall J., cooper, h. 1 Squire's court 
Libby Isaiah C., driver ice wagon, house 

61 Spring 
Libby Melvina A., widow, variety store, 

163 Main, house do. [dike 

Libby Tobias, teamster (B.), b. 90 Thorn- 
Lichtenberg Charles, designer F. M. H. 

F. Co., boards 98 Fourth 
Lien hard George, baker, 79 Cambridge, 

house 116 Spring 
Lienhard Geo. jr., salesman (B.), boards 

116 Spring 

Lilienthal Howard, student H. U., rooms 

23 Irving 
Lilley Fred., clerk F. R. R. freight depot 

(Cbarlestown), boards 46 Fifth 
Lilley Thomas, carriagesmith, h. 46 Fifth 
Lincoln Alfred (Adams & Lincoln), dry 

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Lincoln Chas. A., carpenter, h. 15 Fifth 
Lincoln Charles S., bookkeeper City 

building, Central sq., h. 58 Sidney- 
Lincoln Edwin H., photographer, house 

67i Prospect 
Lincoln Geo. E., traveling agent watch 
factory (Auburndale), and com. raer. 
(15 Central, B.), h. Oxford, cor. Ham- 
mond [Somerville 
Lincoln George T.. 547 Main, boards at 

LIXCOLX JOHN", provisions (33 
North, B.), house ISO Columbia 
Lincoln John L.. 440 Main, b. 21 Suffolk 
Lincoln Joshua, clerk Riverside Press, 

house at Boston 
Lincoln Nathan, teacher of music Cam- 
bridge schools, house 72 Prospect 
Lincoln Nathan F., clerk (33 Commercial, 

B.), boards 72 Prospect 
Lincoln Nathan P., teamster, rooms 109 

Spring 
Lincoln Sarah W., widow of Moses, house 

38 Coggswell avenue 
Lincoln Walter M., clerk (4 P. O. sq., B.), 

boards 76 Magazine 
Lincoln William H., clerk, 189 Gore, bds. 
15 Fifth [Pelham 

Lind Andrew, safe-maker, 17 Main, h. 5 
Lind August, safe-maker, 17 Main 
Lindquist Nelse, safe-maker, house 5 Rog- 
ers block, Washington 
Lindsey P. Allen, salesman (400 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 303 Broadway 
Linehan Charles, contractor, house Cam- 
bridge, corner Maple avenue 
Linehan Dennis, shoemaker, 544 Main, 

boards do. 
Ling Charles, clerk (B.),bds. r. 59 Winter 
Ling Wm., cabinet-maker, h. r. 59 Winter 
Linn Eliza, widow of Wm., h. 8 Lincoln 
Linnehan Daniel, brass-molder, 368 Main, 

boards rear 36 Washington 
Linnehan John, stone-cutter, h. r. 30 Gore 
Linnehan John, tailor, 589 Main, house 

16 Decatur 
Linnehan Mary, widow of Daniel, house 

rear 36 Washington 
Linnehan Thomas, machinist (B.), boards 

rear 36 Washington 
Linnell Calvin N., machinist, 72 Main, h. 

5 Baldwin place 
Linnell Mary, widow, h. 381 Cambridge 
Linskey John, laborer, house 33 Harding 
Linskey Martin, laborer, h. 35 Harding 
Lintner Berthold, varnisher, Otis, corner 

First, house 65 Spring 

Linton James, foreman, 17 Main, house 

53 Winsor [Auburn 

Lippincott Sarah E., widow, h. 148 Mt. 

List James, printer (96 Milk, B. ), house 

73 Third 
Lister Fred C, janitor and engineer Hem- 

enway Gymnasium, rooms do. 
Litch Albert, boards 11 Jay 
Litchfield Benjamin, iron-molder,36S Main 
Litchfield Benj. C. plumber, 436 Harvard, 
house 13 Suffolk 



Litchfield Geo. W. B., at Riverside Press, 

house 87 Putnam avenue 
Litchfield Horace D., undertaker, 477 and 

48S Main, boards 488 do. 
Litchfield Judson, undertaker, 477 and 

488 Main, house 17 Green 
Litchfield Otis V., regulator, 162 Broad- 
way, house 108 Prospect 
Litchfield Roland, undertaker, 477 Main, 
house 488 do. fbds. do, 

Litchfield Wm. C, coachman, 325 Harvard, 
Little Brown & Co. (Augustus Flagg, John 
Bartlett, Thomas W. Deland, John 
M. Brown, George Flagg, and Chas. 
C. Soule), book-bindery, Blackstone 
Little Catharine, widow, h. 80£ Green 
Little Frank W., driver U. R. Co., boards 
117 Green j avenue 

Little George E., clerk (B.),h. 7 Lambert 
Little John, house 26 Somerset 
Little John, special police Public Library, 

639 Main, house 117 Green 
Little Stephen, confectioner, 503 Main, 

boards 26 Somerset 
Littlefield Adoniram J., salesman, 147 

North avenue, house 12 White 
Littlefield Dependence S., cabinet-maker, 

624 Main, house 465 do. 
Littlefield Fred. A., clerk (28 Tremont 

row, B.), boards 5 Gerry 
Littlefield Geo. A., machinist, house 117 

Winsor 
Littlefield George F., clerk (Devonshire, 
corner Franklin, B.), boards 10 Mellen 
Littlefield Geo. R., salesman (28 Tremont 

row, B.), boards 5 Gerry 
Littlefield George T., cutter (28 Summer, 

B.), house 12 Mellen 
Littlefield Jacob Mrs , h. 274 North av. 
Littlefield John Sherman, collector, bds. 

15 Farwell place 
Littlefield Joseph H., architect (Chicago), 

house 5 Gerry 
Littlefield Junius W., driver U. R. Co., h. 

107 Columbia 
Littlefield Nathan C, janitor Weld HaJl 

H. U., house 10 Mellen 
Littlefield Sidney H., farmer, house off 

Washington, near Fresh Pond 
Littlefield Walter F., clerk (18 Post-office 

square, B.), boards 10 Mellen 
Livermore Charles C, boards 2 Dana 
Livermore Frederick O., salesman, boards 

36 Essex 
Livermore George Mrs.,, house 2 Dana 
Livermore H., brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Livermore John, house 287 Harvard 
Livermore Leonard J. Rev., pastor Unita- 
rian church (Dan vers), h. 24 North av. 
Livermore Lois, widow of Oliver, house 

77 North avenue 
Livermore Oliver W., house 36 Essex 
Liverpool Annie, widow, h. 27 Brewery 
Livesey Frank B.. house 7 Rice 
Livingston Archibald, clerk (27 Doane, 

B.), house 57 Sixth 
Livingston Frank S., baker, b. 104 Norfolk 



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Livingston Henry, wringing-machine agt., 

house 14 Warren 
Livingston Lucy, wid. of Benjamin F., h. 

104 Norfolk [Main 

Livingston Mary Miss, dressmaker, h. 898 
Livingston William D., sawyer, house 97 

Washington 
Lloyd George, carpenter, h. 155 Spring 
Lloyd George A., teller Cambridge Nat'l 

Bank, 87 Cambridge, b. at Arlington 
Lloyd Herbert M., student H. U., rooms 

12 Appian-way [Hamilton 

Lloyd Thomas, teamster, 172 Pearl, h. 11 
Lloyd William E., clerk Kegistry of Deeds, 

Otis, corner Second, h. at Arlington 
Loan Alexander, soap-maker, boards 209 

Columbia 
Loan John James, soft-soap maker, 209 

Columbia, house do. 
Locke Almira D. Mrs., house 9 Dover 

LOCKE AMOS, general manager 
Wyman's coal yard, 84 Bridge, house 

at Lexingtou 
Locke Charles A., leather (229 Congress, 

B.), house 17 Clinton 
Locke Davis, clerk Porter's Hotel, 185 

North avenue, boards do. 
Locke Edgar H., provisions, 226 Noi\h av., 

house rear 293 do. 
Locke Evelyn J. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, b. 281 North avenue 
Locke E. J. Mrs., house 281 North avenue 
Locke Francis, proprietor Porter's Hotel, 

185 North avenue, house do. 
Locke Frank, clerk, 578 Main, b. r. 8 Perry 
Locke George H., boards 6 Rice 
Locke Hannah, widow of Davis, boards 

Porter's Hotel 
Locke Horatio, provisions (42 and 44 F. 

H. market, B.), house 285 North av. 
Locke H. Austin, clerk (42 F. H. market, 

B.), house 11 Dover 
Locke Irene E. Miss, house Avon hill, 

near Linnaean 
Locke James G., piano-trimmer, 624 Main, 

house at Boston [Allston 

Locke John, salesman (89 High, B.), h. 79 
Locke John T., bookkeeper, 610 Main, 

house rear 8 Perry 
Locke Sarah J., widow of Charles A., 

house 17 Clinton 
Locke Warren A., music teacher, house 10 

Putnam avenue 
Lockett Jacob L., butler, h. 1 Nichols pi. 
Lockhart Albert E., undertaker, 203 

Bridge, house 61 Otis 
Lockhart Charles H. , undertaker, 203 

Bridge, house 209 do. 
Lockhart David, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

house 137 Cambridge 
Lockhart James, laborer, bds. 171 Winsor 

LOCKHART WILLIAM L., un- j 
dertaker and manufacturer of coffins, 
caskets, etc., wholesale and retail, 191 j 
to 203 Bridge, house at Belmont 
Locklin Hannah L., widow of Edward, 
milliner, 208 Pearl, house do. 



Locklin Mary Miss, house 60 Brighton 
Locklin Peter H., commercial traveler (N. 

Y.), house 141 Cambridge 
Lockwood Charles F., blacksmith, 221 

Bridge, house rear 168 Cambridge 
Lockwood Hanford N., law-student H. XL, 

rooms 13 Kirkland place 
Lockwood Leverett L., engineer Riverside 

Press, house 12 Blackstone 
Lockwood Ruth Annis Mrs., house 14 

Berkshire place 
Loeb Morris, student H. U., rooms 25 

Holyoke House 
Logan Andrew, hostler U. R. Co., house 

McDonald, corner Mt. Auburn 
Logan David, carriage-smith, 448 Main, 

boards 374 do. [do. 

Logan David J., laborer, 172 Pearl, b. 156 
Logan Jeanette, wid. of Jas., h. 156 Pearl 
Logan John, blacksmith, 436 Main, boards 

374 do. 
Logan William M., engineer Niles Bros., 

Concord avenue, h. 211 Lake Liew av. 
Lomasney Morris, mattress maker (B.), 

house 29 Porter 
Lomasney Patrick, mattress maker (B.), 

house 10 McCabe 
Lombard Charles E., machinist (38 Char- 
don, B.), house 42 Shepard 
Lombard Eugene, baker, 15 River, and 

grocer, 165 Green, house do. 

LOMBARD HERBERT E., job 
printer, 636 Main, house 3 Lamson pi. 
Lombard James M., provisions, 156 Frank- 
lin, house do. [Essex 
Lombard John, clerk, 649 Main, house 21 

LOMBVKD NATHAN C, me- 
chanical engineer and patent solicitor 
(40 State, B.), house 125 Prospect 
Lombard Richard P., lather, house 71 
Washington 

LOMBARD S. J., grocer, 649 Main, 
house 21 Essex 
Lombard Walter E., draughtsman (40 

State, B.). boards 125 Prospect 
Lombard William A., student H. U., rms. 

38 Matthews Hall 
Lonergan David, grocer, 163 Dublin, h. do. 
Lonergan Thomas, laborer, h. 97 Spruce 
LongAbielE., janitor Shepard and Wy- 
man schools, and sexton North Cam- 
bridge Baptist society, house 10 Rice 
Long Andrew, glass-maker, h. 27 Winter 
Long Charles A., carpenter, rear 577 Main, 

boards at Allston 
Long Daniel, foieman of finishers (48 Ca- 
nal, B. ), house 19 Perry 
Long David, glass-maker, house 32 Tine 
Long James, polisher, bds. 134Thorndike 
Long Jeremiah, hostler, 677 Main, boards 

68 School 
Long John, grocer, 49 Gore, house do. 
Long John E., brick-layer, bds. 333 Main 
Long John J., plumber, 99 Cambridge, h. 

112 Gore 
Long Louisa A., widow of Fred, house 40 
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Long Richard, bacon-curer, rear 414 Main, 

house 13 Cherry 
Long Sarah Mrs., house 10 Rice 
Long Wm. J., carpet upholsterer (420 

Washington, B. ), house 10 Sidney 
Longfellow Charles A., house 105 Brattle 
Longfellow Ernest W., artist, h. 108 Brattle 
Longfellow Henry W. Prof., h. 105 Brattle 
Longfellow William P. P., architect (220 

Devonshire, B.), house 120 Brattle 
Longfield Joseph, laborer, h. 95 Spruce 
Longley Benjamin A., painter, 008 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Longshaw Margaret, widow of William, 

house 78 Otis [Clark 

Loomis Carrol S., clerk (B.), house 1 Hotel 
Loomis EleazerB., driver U. R. Co., house 

876 Main 
Loomis Elverton W., boards 876 Main 
Loomis Ernest G., clerk (108 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 10S Thorndike 
Loomis Grove H., house 108 Thorndike 
Looney John F., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 101 Pearl [do. 

Looney Michael, laborer, 172 Pearl, h. 101 
Lord Augustus M., student H. U., rooms 

34 Bigelow [Avon 

Lord Clara L., widow of Charles, house 5 
Lord Clarence S., driver U. R. Co., boards 

Baldwin street station, do. 
Lord E., driver U. R. Co. 
Lord George A., engineer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Allston 
Lord Henry C, clerk (13 F. H. square, 

B.), house 14 Trowbridge 
Lord Millard F., clerk (27 Winter, B.), 

boards 214 Harvard 
Lord S. C, driver U. R. Co. 
Lord Theresa M., widow of Daniel, house 

34 Bigelow [Holyoke House 

Lord Wm. T., student H. U., rooms 46 
Lord Wm. W., clerk, 521 Main, rooms do. 
Lorden Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 

39 Winter 
Lorigan Thomas, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 275 Putnam avenue 
Loring Abraham M., house 83 Auburn 
Loring Augustus P., law student H. U., 

rooms 29 College House 
Loring George H. M., clerk P. O., 611 

Main, house 83 Auburn 
Loring Harriet E. Mrs., h. rear 15 Antrim 
Loring Joan, widow of John S., house 12 

Norfolk 
Loring Lawrence B., organ maker, 624 

Main, boards at Boston 
Lothrop Arthur P., student H. IT., rooms 

13 Thayer Hall 
Lothrop Charles B., boards 106 Auburn 
Lothrop Eliza E., widow of Uriah L., h. 

12 Winter 
Lothrop George B., locksmith (370 Atlan- 
tic av., B.), house 37 Blackstone 
Lothrop Geo. B. jr., locksmith (118 Wash- 
ington, B. ), boards 37 Blackstone 
Lothrop Oliver B., music printer (22 Milk, 

B.), boards 119 Washington 



Lotz Christopher, laborer, house 125 Gore 
Loughlin, see O'Loughlin 
Loughran Mary Mrs., house 70 Wright 
Loughran Michael W., lab., b. 70 Wright 
Loughrey Ann, widow of William, house 

1 Loughrey avenue 
Loughrey John, bookkeeper, 168 Gore, 

house 144 Charles 
Lounsbury Edward H., student H. IT., 

rooms 38 College House 
Lovejoy Charles F.. bookkeeper (42 Oliver, 

B.), boards 104 Magazine 
Lovejoy Charles J., salesman H. B. Wil- 

mot ( Washington, B.), h. 104 Magazine 
Lovejoy Emma Miss (E. Lovejoy & Co.), 

milliner, 615 Main, rms. 99 Austin 
Lovejoy E. & Co. (Miss Emma Lovejoy 

and Mrs. Eva S. Delano), milliners, 

615 Main 
Lovejoy Mary F. Miss, dressmaker, 23 

Sidney, house do. 
Lovejoy Samuel M. Mrs., b. 94 Magazine 
Lovejoy Virgil, coach driver, 449 Cam- 
bridge, house 14 Warren 
Loveland Horace X., treas. Dover Stamp- 
ing Co.. 153 Putnam avenue and (90 

North, B. ), house 305 Broadway 
Lovell Andrew J., grocer, Somerville av., 

cor. White, and (62 and 64 Cambridge, 

B. ), house 11 Forest 
Lovely Stephen, cooper, h. rear 10 Third 
Lovering Clarence A., plumber, 599| Main, 

house 62* Webster avenue 
Lovering Edward P., engineer, house 132 

Cambridge 
Lovering Ernest, student H. U., rooms 38 

Kirkland 
Lovering James W., supt. Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, house 228 Brattle 
Lovering Joseph, Hollis Prof, of Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philosophy H. U., 

house 38 Kirkland 
Lovering Reuben W., student H. IL, rms. 

8 College House 
Lovett Catherine, w., h. 35 Cowperthwaite 
Lovett Catherine, widow, h. 3ft| Banks 
Lovett James F., at Memorial Hall, boards 

35 Cowperthwaite 
Lovett John, laborer, house 8 Beaver 
Lovett Joseph I., printer University 

Press, house rear 13 Appian-way 
Lovett Michael, lab., h. 1 Cowperthwaite 
Lovett Robert W., student H. U., rooms 

18 Matthews Hall 
Lovewell Frank M., broommaker, 412 

Main, boards 28 Winsor 
Lovewell Harriet R., widow of Moody D. , 

house 28 Winsor 
Low Charles H. (C. H. Low & Co.), dry 

goods, 460 Harvard, rooms 134 Mt. 

Auburn 
Low C. H. & Co. (Charles H. Low), dry 

and fancy goods, 460 Harvard 
Low Frank W., clerk J. W. Low. Belmont, 

cor. Reed, bds. at Boston Highlands 
Low Frederick C, photographer, 110 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 



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Low George Wm., salesman (5 Union, B.), 

house 60 Magazine 
Low George W., house 65 Oxford 
Low Horace G., clerk, 460 Harvard, bds. 

26 M ell en 
Low Joseph W., leather mnfr., Belmont, 

cor. Reed, house at Boston Highlands 
Lowe Edwin D.. cream-tartar mnfr., rear 

382 Main, brards 76 Prospect 
Lowe Francis (F. & J. Lowe), 76 Prospect, 

house 74 do. 
Lowe Frank O. (Stewart Bros. & Co.), 

provisions, 545 Main, h. at Boston 
Lowe F. & J. (Francis and John Lowe), 

builders, 76 Prospect 
Lowe John (F. & J. Lowe), 76 Prospect, 

house do. [Winsor 

Lowe John T., sausage maker, house 157 
Lowe Mary A. Mrs., house 47 Brattle 
Lowe Thomas R., painter, 436 Main, h. 22 

Park 
Lowell Ellen F. Miss, asst. librarian Cam- 
bridge Public Library, 639 Main, h. 9 

Douglass 
Lowell Frederick H., drug clerk, 439 Main. 

house 6 Cherry [Thayer Hall 

Lowell Geo. E., student H. TJ., rooms 36 
Lowell Kate M. Miss, teacher Willard 

primary school, boards 9 Douglass 
Lowell Kenney C, carpenter, b. 85 Con- 
cord avenue 
Lowell William O., blacksmith, 68 Bridge, 

house 96 Sixth 
Lowman Jesse, student H. U., rooms 19 

Matthews Hall 
Lowman Oscar J., student H. U., rooms 

35 Matthews Hall 
Lowney Dennis, glass maker, b. 47 Winter 
Lowney Morris, laborer, house 47 Winter 
Lowry George W., foreman glass cutting 

N. E. Glass Works, h. at Somerville 
Lowry Joseph, silver polisher, house 11 

Willow 
Lowry Michael, in Cambridge Rolling 

Mill, h. Rolling Mill block, Portland 
Luby Patrick, hostler, 229 Cambridge, b. 

34 Warren 
Lucas Edward, waiter, house 19 South 
Lucas Wm. C, law student (47 Court, B.), 

rooms 36 North avenue 
Luce Robert, student H. TJ., rooms 54 

Weld Hall 
Lucey Thomas, grocer, 199 Norfolk, h. do. 
Luchier Henry, car inspector B. & L. R. 

R.. boards 163 Bridge 
Luck C. W., student H. TJ., rooms 28 Dun- 

ster 
Lucy Anthony, stereotyper (22 Milk, B.), 

house 7 Lawrence 
Lucy Charles C, hairdresser, 265 Cam- 
bridge, boards 197 do. 
Lucy Isabella, widow of Robert, house 7 

Lawrence 
Lucy Louis, hairdresser, b. 197 Cambridge 
Lucy Thomas H., police, station 1, house 

122 Auburn [Harvard 

Lucy Timothy, teamster, 16S Main, h. 32 



Luddy James G., brush maker, house 38 

Winter 
Luddy Owen, laborer, h. 3 Chestnut Park 
Ludemann Conrad, confectioner, house 

Holly, corner Brooks 
Lud^ate Wm. B., porter (24 Franklin, B.), 

house 74 Winsor [Linden 

Ludlow James B., student H. TJ.. boards 9 
Lufkin Charles A,, driver, 25 Chauncy, 

boards rear 81 Oxford 
Luick Christian, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 99 Sixth 
Luke Elijah H. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay 

and grain, 71 Main, h. 15 Maple av. 
Luke Eugene R. (E. H. Luke & Sou), hay 

and grain, 71 Main, h. 15 Maple av. 

LUKE E. H. & SON (Elijah H. and 
Eugene R. Luke), hay and grain, 71 
and 73 Main 

Luke Jacob P., wood m older, Woodbury 
building, Otis, boards 105 Inman 

Luke James, boards 87 Winsor 

Luke James jr., house 19 Inman 

Luke Otis H, paying teller Third Nation- 
al Bank (8 Congress, B. ) , b. 19 Inman 

Luke Walter J., clerk (103 Pearl, B.),bds. 
15 Maple avenue 

Luke Wm. H., carpenter, h. 65 Clark 

Luker Belle Miss, robe maker, 203 Bridge, 
boards 115 Spring 

Lull Frank H., music printer (451 Wash- 
ington, B.j, boards 36 Austin 

Lull Frederic A., real estate agent and 
auctioneer. 563 Main, h. 36 Austin 

Lull George F., teacher Marcella Home 
(B.), house 36 Austin 

Lum Margaret, widow of Isaac, house 
165 Broadway 

Luna Christopher P., hairdresser, 427 
Main, boards 13 Pine 

Luna J. P., hairdresser, 10 Prospect.house 
13 Pine [Plymouth 

Luna Maximillian, cabinet maker, h. 23 

Lund Charles, laborer, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, house 7 Gordon place 

Lund Jerahmell C, carpenter (150 Charles- 
town, B. ), house Mt. Vernon 

Lund Louis, engineer Lewis Bros. (Som- 
erville), house 262 Bridge 

Lundergan Jas., laborer.h.137 Webster av. 

Lundergan John, glass presser, h-42 Gore 

Lundergan Michael, currier, house rear 
46 Montgomery 

Luudin Carl A. R.. telescope maker Alvan 
Clark & Sons, Henry, house Chestnut, 
corner Sidney 

Lundvren S. P., cabinet maker, house 57 
Portland 

Lunitz Bern hard, engineer, 105 Magazine, 
house 237 Pearl 

Lunitz Gustave, bookbinder (51 Chardon, 
B.), house 24 Walnut court 

Lunt Alphonso M., postal clerk B. & A. 
R. R.. house 92 Otis 

Lunt Benjamin F. Mrs., h. 155 Brookline 

Lunt Cbas., student H. TJ., b. 28 Dunster 

Lunt John M., carpenter, house 97 Gore 



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Lunt Wm. Parsons, publisher and book- 
seller (42 Congress, B.), house 18 
Appian-way ' 

Lusk Bridget Miss, house 11 Laurel 

Lusk John, laborer, house 24 Warren 

Luth John, lager beer, 07 Sixth, h. do. 

Luther Henry R., machinist, 350 Main, 
boards 10 Village 

Luther Thomas EL (Joy, Luther & Co.), 
carpenter, River, junction "Western 
avenue, house 10 Village 

Lutz Frederick, tutor in German, rooms 7 
Little's block, Harvard square 

Lyceit John J., printer University Press, 
house Banks, near Mt. Auburn 

Lycett Samuel, coachman, 145 Brattle, 
boards do. 

Lyceum Exchange, Lyceum building, Har- 
vard square 

Lydston William H., carpenter, lSSBroad- 
-way, boards 407 Main 

Lyford'George E., jeweler (211 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 9Norris, 2d from North av. 

Lyman Arthur, student H. U., rooms 34 
Thayer Hall 

Lyman Theodore, asst. in Museum of 
Comparative Zoology, h. at Brookline 

Lyman William P., student H. U., rooms 
12 Matthews Hall 

Lyna Edward W., hairdresser, 307 Main, 
boards 305 do. [h. 4S2 do. 

Lynagh Richard, furniture,441 Cambridge, 

Lynam Margaret A., wid. of Wm., house 
rear 58 Winter 

Lynch Bridget, widow, house 35 Somerset 

Lynch Cornelius, tailor, h. 452 Cambridge 

Lynch D., machinist, 308 Main 

Lynch Ellen, wid. of Thomas, h. 8 Lopez 

Lynch Hannah, grocer, 04 Harvard, h. do. 

Lynch James (Jas. H. Lynch & Co.), plas- 
terer, Lyceum Exchange, house 39 
Cowperthwaite 

Lynch James, at W. K. Lewis & Co.'s, 
boards rear 03 Gore 

Lynch James H. (Jas. H. Lynch & Co.), 
plasterer, Lyceum Exchange, boards 
39 Cowperthwaite 

Lynch James H. tfc Co. (James H. and 
James Lynch), plasterers, order box, 
Lyceum Exchange 

Lynch Jeremiah, 109 Gore, h. 13 Fourth 

Lynch Jeremiah, laborer, house 137 Elm 

Lynch John, laborer, house 04 Brighton 

Lynch John, laborer, 126 Portland, house 
Rolling Mill block, Bristol 

Lynch John, soap maker, 190 Broadway, 
house rear 30 Front 

Lynch John, laborer, h. 101 Thorndike 

Lynch John, net maker, h. r. 123 Third 

Lynch John, laborer, house 14 East 

Lynch John, teamster, rooms 28 Seventh 

Lynch John F., pressman Riverside Press, 
house 133 Pearl 

Lynch John J., cabinet maker, 624 Main, 
boards 95 Kinnaird 

Lynch John J., stone-cutter, h. 181 Dublin 

Lynch John L., hostler, b. Porter's Hotel 



Lynch Julia, widow of Patrick, house 28 

Hastings 
Lynch Luly Miss, dressmaker, 209 Cam- 
bridge, boards 211 do. 
Lynch Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 

95 Kinnaird 
Lynch Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 

101 Thorndike fFront 

Lynch Margaret, wid. of Peter, h. rear 30 
Lynch Mary, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, house at East Boston 
Lynch Mary, widow of Michael, house 00 

Harvard 
Lynch Mary Miss, house 84 Fifth 
Lynch Mary Mrs., fancy goods, 209 Cam- 
bridge, house 211 do. 
Lynch Matthew, laborer, h. 124 Dublin 
Lynch Michael, dry pressman Riverside 

Press, house 220 Franklin 
Lynch Michael, teamster, boards 91 Elm 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, h. rear 03 Gore 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Hayes court 
Lynch Richard, bacon curer, rear 414 

Main, house 24 Hayes court 
Lynch Thomas, laborer C. W. W., house 

229 Franklin 
Lynch Thomas A., baker, bds. 00 Harvard 
Lynch Thomas H., at Riverside Press, 

boards 25 Blackstone 
Lynch Wm., peddler, house 195 Norfolk 
Lynch William, iron molder, 308 Main 
Lynch Wm. B., wood carver (019 Albany, 

B. ), house rear 180 Cambridge 
Lynde Frank G., 102 Broadway, boards 

179| Harvard 
Lynes Edward G., collector Daily Globe 

(238 Washington, B.), h. 23 Orchard 
Lynes Edward M., artist, bds. 23 Orchard 
Lynes Frank, music teacher, boards 23 

Orchard 
Lynes Raymond, letter-carrier North 

Cambridge P. O., house 9 Lambert av. 
Lynn David, plasterer, 010 Main, house 

rear 3S2 Cambridge 
Lynn, see Liun 

Lyon Fred. O.. clerk, bds. 27 Blackstone 
Lyon George jr.. student II. U., rooms 23 

Irving' 
Lyon George H., billiards, Lyceum bldg., 

Harvard square, h. 147 Mt. Auburn 
Lyon Gustave J., tailor (43 North, B.), 

boards 95 Norfolk 
Lyon Hans W. C, printer Riverside Press, 

house 27 Blackstone 
Lyon Mary D., wid. of Leonard, h. 30 Ash 
Lyon Peter B., house 530 Main 
Lyon William L., at Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, house 30 Ash 
Lyons Dennis, laborer, boards 21 Porter 
Lyons Eliza, widow of Archibald M., 

house 458 Cambridge 
Lyons James H. G., teamster, boards 412 

Cambridge 
Lyons John, peddler, h. 22 Fairmont av. 
Lyons John, laborer, h. 12 Stevens court 
Lyons John M., printer (117 Franklin, 

B.), house 470 Cambridge 



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Lyons John P., student H. U., rooms 54 

Weld Hall 
Lyons John P. (309 Washington, B.), bds. 

rear 115 Pleasant 
Lyons John R., clerk, bds. 412 Cambridge 
Lyons Kate Miss, house 9 Tuttle 
Lyons Michael, laborer, house 91 Vine 
Lyons Peter, teamster, house Gushing, 

near Locust 
Lyons Thomas, farmer, house Concord 

avenue, near Alewife brook 
Lyons Thomas W., carpenter, 126 Elm, 

house 412 Cambridge 
Lyons William, laborer, h. r. 115 Pleasant 
Lyungberg John, cabinet-maker, Rhoades 

building, State, house 12 Norfolk 

MABERY CHARLES F., assistant in 

Chemistry H. U., house 13 Avon 
Mabille Philippe, carver, 162 Broadway, 

house at Roslindale 
Macauley Alexander, harness-maker, 448 

Main, house 127 Franklin 
Macauley Frank, boards 127 Franklin 
Macauley George H. Mrs., house 67£ 

Western avenue 
Macaulay M. Mrs., boards 157 Prospect 
Macauley Thomas, law student H. XL, 

rooms 102 Mt. Auburn 
Macconnell Mary W., widow of Hugh, 

house 125 Pleasant 
Macdonald Edmund J., bookbinder (51 

Chardon, B.), boards 82b' Main 
Macdonald Edgar H., clerk, 503 Main, 

boards 112 Pearl 
Macdonald Edward, house 112 Pearl 
Macdonald Loreu B., student Divinity 

school H. U., boards 27 Mellen 
Macdonald Matilda O., widow of* Edward, 

house 27 Mellen 
Macdonald Robert B., clerk (55 Bedford, 

B.), boards 112 Pearl 
Macdonald William, bookbinder (51 Char- 
don, B. ), house 20 North avenue 
Macdonald, see McDonald 
Mace Charlotte P., widow of Horace F., 

house 34 Warland 
Mace Eveline T. Mrs., house 17 Lopez 
Mace Horace F., clerk (53 State, B.), house 

34 Warland 
Mace Junius B., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

17 Lopez 
Macey Charles F. (C. F. Macey & Co.), 

boots and shoes, 443 Main, h. 420 do. 
Macey C. F. & Co. (Charles F. Macey and 

Horace E. Cutter), boots and shoes, 

443 Main 
MacFarland Samuel G., printer University 

Press, boards 41 Somerset 
MacGill James D., printer Riverside Press, 

house 45 Blackstone 
MacGregor C. C. Mrs., house 29 Jay 
MacGregor John W., designer, 124 Har- 
vard, house 113 Auburn 
MacGregor, see McGregor 
Machado Joseph A., student H. XL, rooms 

16 Stoughton Hall 



Maciel Antoine V., hairdresser, 197 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Maciel John V., hairdresser, 390 Cam- 
bridge, house 197 do. 

Maciel Joseph V., hairdresser, 95 Cam- 
bridge, house 93 do. 

Mack A., law-student H. U., rms. 16 Story 

Mack James, driver U. R. Co. 

Mack John, harness-cleaner U. R. Co., 
Dunster, boards 48 Foster 

Mack Joseph H., organ-maker, 624 Main, 
boards 17 Pine 

Mack Julia, wid. of Dennis, h. 9 Holly av. 

Mack Margaret, widow of Garrett, house 

9 Maynard place 

Mack Michael, laborer, house 48 Foster 
Mack Patrick, laborer, house 214 Franklin 
Mack Peter F., carriage-painter, 4 Cam- 
bridge, house 39 Gore 
Mack Timothy, laborer, h. 50 Portland 
Mack Timothy, laborer, 368 Main, boards 

329 do. 
Mack Wm, laborer J. Pike & Co., Church 
Mack William F., cabinet-maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, boards 198 do. 
Mack William H., hostler, bds. 10 South 
Mackay T. Barnard, house 10 Follen 
Mackey John, carpenter, h. 80 Harvard 
Mackey Mary, widow of Andrew, house 

Harvey, near Montgomery 
Mackie David I., student H. U., rooms 40 

Thayer Hall 
Mackin James Mrs., house 142 Pleasant 
Macksey Kate, widow of Joseph, house 79 

Plymouth 
Maclelland James P., clerk (114 F. H. 

market, B. ), boards 458 Cambridge 
Maclelland John, bookkeeper, 206 Broad- 
way, house 86 Moore 
MacLeod William G., compressed yeast, 

90 Inman, house do. 
Macvane S. Marcus, instructor in History 

H. U., house 46 Langdon 
MacVeagu Charles, student H. U., boards 

10 Holyoke 
MacVeagh, see MacVay 

Madden Daniel J., laborer, h. 4 Hastings 
Madden Daniel J., clerk, 177 Cambridge. 

boards 242 do. 
Madden John, varnisher, 203 Bridge, bds. 

56 Second 
Madden Joseph A., jig-sawyer, 44 Cam- 
bridge, boards at Charlestown 
Madden Martin, peddler, house 5 Seventh 
Madden Thomas, varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

boards 56 Second 
Madden Thomas, laborer, house 242 

Cambridge 
Madden Wm., laborer, house 159 Winsor 
Maddocks James K., machinist B. & L. R. 

R., house 20 Leigh ton court 
Madigan Thomas, hostler, house 77 Elm 
Maduro Francis S., waiter, house 63 Wash- 
ington 
Maffitt W., iron-molder, 368 Main 
Magahy Andrew B., upholsterer, 23 Brat- 
tle, house 15 Sparks street place 



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Magee Hugh, laundryman Mass. General 
Hospital (Blossom, B.), house 98 
Putnam avenue 
Magee John, painter, house 200 Norfolk 
Magee John A., tailor, 438 Harvard, h. 

at Boston 
Magee Martha W., widow of Henry F., 

house 12 Plympton 
Magee P., 54 Bridge 
Maginn Bridget, widow of Frank, house 2 

Holly avenue 
Magoun Aaron B., principal Harvard 

grammar school, bds. 315 Broadway 
Magoun Joseph, machinist, h. 62 Otis 
Maguire Bernard, laborer, h. 62 Broadway 
Maguire Bernard, laborer, h. r. 125 Gore 
Maguire Daniel, house 92 Spring 
Maguire Francis, oil (33 Broad, B.), house 

151 Austin 
Maguire John, horse-shoer, 18 Cambridge, 

house atSomerville 
Maguire P., iron-molder, 368 Main 
Maguire, see McGuire 
Mahady Daniel J., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 144 Pearl 
Mahady Eliza Miss, book-sewer Riverside 

Press, house 23 Mill 
Mahady John, organ-maker (1299 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 111 Magazine 
Mahady J. William, clerk, 82 Pleasant, 

boards 111 Magazine 
MahafTy Francis J., printer, house 7 Hub- 
bard avenue 
MaharTy John T., carpenter, 9 Western 

avenue, house 122 Green 
Mahan John, brick-layer, boards 172 

Norfolk 
Mahan Patrick, brick-layer, h. 172 Norfolk 
Mahar Dennis, driver U. R. Co., house 

Hoi worthy 
Mahar Frank, at American Rubber Co. 
Mahar Thomas, trader, house Auburn pi. 
Mahegan James J., bookbinder (B.), h. 5 

Buck's block, Seventh 
Mahler Anthony, brass-finisher, house 

188 Broadway 
Mahler Joseph, teamster, b. 188 Broadway 
Mahon Charles H., student H. U., rooms 

25 Weld Hall 
Mahon John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 18-J Lopez 
Mahoney Cairn, butcher, h. rear 2 Ninth 
Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, h. 42 First 
Mahoney Cornelius, carpenter B. & L. R. 

R. repair shop, house 186 Bridge 
Mahoney Cornel. us, laborer, h. 15 Warren 
Mahoney David, teamster, 81 Bridge, h. 

8 Cambridge 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house rear 269 

Cambridge 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h. 13 Warren 
Mahoney Dennis, blacksmith, 92 Main, h. 

1 Foster block, 87 Main 
Mahoney Dennis.laborer, h. 34 Hampshire 
Mahoney Dennis, carpenter, h. 8 Beaver 
Mahoney Dennis, hostler U. R. Co., bds. 
36 Reed 



Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 20 North 
Mahoney Dennis, house 431 Cambridge 
Mahoney Fred D., organ- finisher, 162 

Broadway, house Ninth, corner Otis 
Mahoney James, cabinet-maker, boards 

19 Cambridge 
Mahoney James, mason, house 12 Warren 
Mahoney James, laborer, house 13 Water 
Mahoney James, machinist, 368 Main 
Mahoney James, laborer, h. 2 Spring pi. 
Mahoney Jeremiah, porter Riverside 

Press, boards at Somerville 
Mahoney Jeremiah, house 58 Winter 
Mahoney Jeremiah J., laborer, h. r. 40 Gore 
Mahoney Jeremiah J., laborer, b. 4 Potter 
Mahoney John, laborer W. T. Richardson 

& Co., house 24 Dunster 
Mahoney John, shoemaker, 222 North av- 
enue, house 217 North avenue 
Mahoney John, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Mahoney Margaret, widow of Michael J., 

house 7 Lopez 
Mahoney Mary, widow, house 37 Banks 
Mahoney Mary, widow of John, house 

247 Franklin 
Mahoney Mary, widow, house 95 Spruce 
Mahoney Mary A. Miss, variety store, 233 

Franklin, house do. 
Mahoney Michael, laborer, h. 46 Flagg 
Mahoney Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., Dun- 
ster, bds. 2 Shepherd's blk., Charles 

River 
Mahoney Patrick, upholsterer (B.), bds. 

58 Winter 
Mahoney Timothy, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, b. Mrs. M. C. Foster's, Sixth 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 12 Harrison 
Mahoney Timothy, hackman, h. 141 Elm 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 26 Hayes ct. 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 17 Murdock 
Mahoney William, laborer, h. 35 Jefferson 
Mahoney William, laborer, house rear 46 

Montgomery 
Mahoney William, laborer, house 8 Foster 
Mahoney William M., confectioner, 9 

Prospect, boards 44 Flagg 
Mahoney, see Mahony 
Mahony Daniel, laborer, bds. 37 Bolton 
Mahony Dennis, laborer, house 37 Bolton 
Mahony, see Mahoney 
Mahood John, wheelwright, 18 Cambridge, 

house 53 Charles 
Maiers Helen, widow of John E., house 

Chestnut, near Waverly 
Maiers Orlando A., gas-fitter (B.), house 

Chestnut, near Waverly 
Mains James, ward tender Mass. General 

Hospital (Blossom, B.), h. 18 Walnut 

court 
Mains John, grocer, 16 Vine, house do. 
Mains Mary, widow, boards 16 Vine 
Maitland James, blacksmith, 225 Main,. 

house do. 
Maitland Michael, blacksmith, 225 Main,. 

house do. 
Major James, house 13 Maynard place 
Major AVm. F., conductor, b. 106 Ellery 



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Maleman Martha A. Mrs., house 124 Gore 

Mallen John F., tailor, 501 Main,h. 494clo. 

Mallender Thomas, polisher (Charles- 
town), house 23 Cambridge 

Malley Arthur, fireman, 172 Pearl, house 
121 Pleasant 

Malley Edward B., counselor, Lech mere 
Bank building, Cambridge, corner 
Second, boards 108 Cambridge 

Malley Patrick, grease "collector, house 
41 Willow 

Malley Thaddeus,, provisions, 41 Vine,h.do. 

Malley, see Melley 

Mallon John, city laborer, h. 119 Pleasant 

Mallon Thos. J., confectioner, 243 Broad- 
way, boards 119 Pleasant 

Mallory Richard P., engraver (242 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 85 Hancock 

Mallows Martha, wid. of James, house 11 
Prospect 

Malloy Hannah, wid. of John, h. 10 Third 

Malloy Michael, hostler, 203 Bridge, h. 
rear 8 Gore 

Malone James, marble-worker A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, house 112 Dublin 

Malone Patrick, laborer, 308 Main, house 
13 Warren 

Malone Patrick, house rear 21 Carson 

Malone Peter, asst. engineer pumping 
house C. W. W., Lake Yiew avenue, 
house 112 Dublin 

Malone Philip, tin ware mnfr., 191 Hamp- 
shire, house 192 Norfolk 

Maloney James, printer, boards 9 Holly 

Maloney Patrick, carpenter, h. 36 DeWolf 

Maloney Wm., teamster, house 30 Reed 

Maloon John W., tinsmith, h. 14 Sands 

Manchester W., at Shaw, Applin & Co., 54 
Bridge 

Mandell Harry F., student PI. U., rooms 
61 Thayer Hall 

Mandell Wm. A., ins. agt. (7 Exchange pi., 
B.), house 93 Austin 

Mandell Wm. J., discount clerk Tremont 
National Bank (8 Congress, B.), house 
4 Walnut avenue 

Mangan Patrick, clerk, 397 Cambridge, 
house 3 Berkshire 

Mangan Patrick, clerk, 395 Cambridge, 
house 91 Elm 

Manka Albert, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, 
house atSomerville 

Manley Daniel, flagman Harvard street 
crossing G. J. R. R., h. 60 Harvard 

Mann Benj. P., assistant at Observatory, 
boards 36 North avenue 

Mann B. Pickman, house 21 North av. 

Mann Ernest A., tel. repairer (37 Pearl, 
B.), boards 19 Hamilton 

Mann Henry A. Mrs., house 19 Hamilton 

Mann George J., at South Boston Sugar 
Refinery, house 67 Ellery 

Mann Henry M., truss mnfr. (99 Court, 
B. ), house 118 Winsor 

Mann James F. (Grant & Mann), cabinet 
maker, 384 Main, house at Ipswich 

Mann John, carpenter, boards 143 Gore 



Mann N. Horace, conductor U. R. Co., 

boards I. N. Higgins', Hoi worthy pi. 
MannNehemiah P. jr., coal (7 Doane, B.), 

house 168 Brookline 
Mann William, painter, 17 Main, boards 

at Boston 
Mannie Wm.. baker, 502 Main, boards 

463 Main ' 
Manning Abbie A. Miss, house 59 Mt. 

Auburn 
Manning Charles B., pressman Riverside 

Press, boards 13 Rockwell 
Manning Edmund, boots and shoes, 505 

Main, house 162 Putnam avenue 
Manning Ellen, widow, h. r. 78 Brighton 
Manning Ellen, widow of Patrick, boards 

5 Madison 
Manning Henry M. S.< boxmaker, 1 Hamp- 
shire, house 49 Elm 
Manning James, printer University Press, 

house 5 Madison 
Manning James, gardener John Read, 

house Elmwood av., cor. Brattle 
Manning John, machinist, house 28 East 
Maiming John, driver U. R. Co., boards 

65 Mt. Auburn 
Manning John, fruit peddler, h. 22 Union 
Manning John jr., fruit peddler, boards 

22 Union 
Manning John J., teamster, h. 10 Winter 
Manning Matthew, plasterer, house 10 

Murdock 
Manning Mehitable, wid. of John,h.51Elm 
Manning Michael, laborer, house 403 Cam- 
bridge 
Manning Patrick, driver U. R. Co., house 

rear 65 Mt. Auburn 
Manning Prentiss H., clerk (284 Devon-' 

shire, B. ), boards 42 Quincy 
Manning Thomas J., baker, boards 403 

Cambridge 
Manning William, laborer, house 2 Gore 
Manning William H., driver U. R. Co., 

boards 67 Mt. Auburn 
Manning William II., printer Riverside 

Press, house 21 Hewes 
Manning William H., student H. U., rms. 

42 Quincy 
Manning W* H., conductor U. R. Co., 

house at Arlington 
Manning William W., house 42 Quincy 
Mannix James C, butcher, h. 205 Apple- 
ton 
Mannix John, shoemaker, h. 123 Spring 
Mannix John 2d, carpenter, bds. 59 Vine 
Mannix Timothy, butcher, h. Railroad, 

corner Dublin 
Mansfield Daniel, principal Washington 

grammar school, house 65 Hancock 
Mansfield Fred. L., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, 

boards 15 Farwell place 
Mansfield Garrett, boiler maker, 92 Main, 

house 105 Portland 
Mansfield James, boiler maker, 92 Main, 

boards 10 Broadway 
Mansfield Thomas, farmer Almshouse, h. 

Tannery, opposite Almshouse 



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Mansfield Tobias, laborer, h. 189 Hamp- 
shire 
Mansise George W. t house 240 Broadway 
Mansise Win., driver U. R. Co., house 9 

Baldwin court [467 Main 

Manson Mary S., widow of John, house 
Manson Nathaniel G., house 303 Harvard 
Man so u Nathaniel G. jr., iron (77 Oliver, 

B.), boards 303 Harvard 
Manson Rufus H., clerk (22 Fulton, B.), h. 

303 Harvard 
Mansur Warren, bookkeeper, 502 Main, 

house 74 Columbia 
Manton John S.', key maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 223 do., room 6 
Manton Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Baldwin 
Manuel William H., cook, house rear 98 

Webster avenue 
Mara John, pressman University Press, 

boards 11 Hayes court 
Marble Samuel W., machinist (34 Oliver, 

B.), house 23 Elm 
Marble William, sails, awnings, etc. (357 

Commercial, B.), house 18 Forest 
March Clement, leather (39 South, B.), 

house 306 Harvard 
March Herbert B., salesman (163 Pearl, 

B.), house 323 Broadway 
March John S., note broker (7 Exchange 

place, B.), house 61 Green 
March John S. jr., master mariner, house 

419 Broadway 
March Waldo, hides and leather (33 South, 

B.), house 61 Green 
March, see Marsh 
Marchand Frank D., tin worker B. S. Co., 

Third, house 33 Washington 
Marchant James H., carpenter, boards 

rear 2 Ninth 
Marchant John C, machinist, 72 Main, 

house 40 Erie 
Marcou John B., medical student (N. Y.), 

boards 42 Garden 
Marcou Jules Mrs., house 42 Garden 
Marcou Philippe B., boards 42 Garden 
Marcy Henry E., clerk (61 South, B.), bds. 

209 Pearl [do. 

Marcy 'Henry O., physician, 690 Main, h. 
Marcy Margaret J., widow of John H., 

house 209 Pearl 
Marden Asa L.. carpenter, h. 108 Pearl 
Marden Ellis W., clerk (166 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 108 Pearl 
Marden Frank A., clerk, 621 Main, boards 

82 Magazine 
Marden Holman J., clerk, 18 River, b. do. 
Marean George G. Mrs., house QQ Dana 
Marean, see Marrin 
Marie Josie Miss, boards 5 Moore 
Marie Sarah B. Mrs., house 5 Moore 
Marie Wallace W., bookbinder, h. 105 River 
Marie tt Ernest H., student H. U., rooms 

9 Concord avenue, Somerville 
Marion Eugene, polisher, First, corner 

Thorndike, boards 30 Second 
Marion Joseph, broom maker, 412 Main, 

boards 63 Elm 



Mark Edward L., instructor in Zoological 

Laboratory H. U., house 48 Shepard 
Markey Charles A., messenger B. & L. R. 

R. shop, house 75 Third 
Markey Hugh V., varnish er,h. 34Camb'ge 
Markham Geo. D. 5 student H. U., rooms 

11 Gray's Hall [10 Fourth 

Marks Ellen, widow of Augustine, house 
Marks James, engineer, boards 10 Fourth 
Marks Michael F., roofer, h. 258 Bridge 
Maroney Joanna, widow, h. 19 Seventh 
Maroney Julia, house 305 Cambridge 
Marquis David, brickmaker, house Wal- 

den, near Garden 
Marr Geo. S., carpenter, h. 109 Columbia 
Marr J. Trafton, salesman (49 Avon, B.), 

house 87 Green 
Marr Sidney F., iceman, boards 61 Spring 
Marrah John, printer University Press, 

boards 7 Hayes court 
Marrah Thomasj gardener, h. 7 Hayes ct. 
Marrett Augustus P., clerk treasurer's of- 
fice E. R. R. (B.), boards Avon hill 
Marrett Charles G., student H. U-, rooms 

23 Weld Hall [Linnsean 

Marrett D. Appleton, house Avon hill, n. 
Marrett Lorenzo, lawyer, Lechmere Bank 

building, Cambridge, corner Second, 

house Highland av., near Broadway 
Marrin Hannah, widow of Thomas, house 

5 Beaver 
Marrin Henry T., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 5 Beaver 
Marrin John F., editor, boards 5 Beaver 
Marsden Charles, carpenter, 368 Main, 

boards 463 do. 

MAKSDEN JAMES, grocer and 
dealer in coal and wood, 395 Main, 

house do. [73 Pleasant 

Marsden Thomas, clerk, 395 Main, house 
Marsh Benjamin F., provisions, 110 Cam- 
bridge, house rear 122 Otis 
Marsh Charles S., clerk, 97 Cambridge, h. 

142 Spring 
Marsh George, glass blower, bds. 57 Gore 
Marsh James B., shoemaker, 36 Fifth, 

boards 92 Sixth 
Marsh John, house 92 Sixth 
Marsh John, teamster, house 36 Harvard 
Marsh Meltiak M., shoe-cutter, house 229 

Harvard [86 Spring 

Marsh Sarah A., widow of George, house 
Marsh W. J. S., wire spring maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Wilmington 
Marsh Walter R., oiled clothes maker H. 

M. Sawyer, house rear 150 Prospect 
Marsh, see March 
Marshall Frank H. (O. S. Brown & Co.), 

flour, etc., Ill Bridge, house 73 Fourth 
Marshall Freeman W., hostler, house rear 

49 Winthrop 
Marshall John H., clerk, 641 Main, boards 

686 do. 
Marshall Mary, widow, house 16 Antrim 
Marshall Mary A., wid. of Truman, nurse, 

house 100 Columbia 
Marshall Nahum, peddler, h. 117 Harvard 



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Marshall Richard S., salesman (96 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 12 Arlington 
Marshall S. F., dentist, 593* Main, h. do. 
Marshall Stewart D., mariner, house 10 
Putnam court [127 Elm 

Marshall Thomas J., hostler, house rear 

Marshall William P., billiards (114 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 70 Prospect 

Marshea James W., watchmaker, 458 Har- 
vard, h. Botanic Garden, Raymond 

Marshea John D., brass finisher (14 
Beverly, B.), house 71 Pearl 

Marsters John M., clergyman, house 1 
Orchard 

Marsterson Christopher, hostler A. H. 
Hews & Co., Crescent av., house do. 

Marston Charles, iron molder, 368 Main 

Marston Charles L., cashier N. E. Glass 
Works, North, cor. Water, boards 5 
Hancock, Boston 

Marston David G., cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 

Marston Edward C., student H. U., rooms 
5 Stoughton Hall 

Marston Frank E., salesman (35 Oliver, 
B.), boards 21 Western avenue 

Marston George A., police, station 5, 
house 16 Spruce 

Martell Edward, laborer, bds. 171 Dublin 

Martell Frank E. (F. E. Martell & Co.), 
essences, 539 Main, bds. 40 Austin 

Martell F. E. & Co. (Frank E. Martell and 
Albert E. Tillson), proprietor, ex- 
tracts, &c, 539 Main and (115 Water, 
B.) 

Martell Patrick, laborer, h. 171 Dublin 

Martell Patrick jr., teamster, b. 171 Dublin 

Martin Albert, clerk (451 Washington, B.), 
house 2 River 

Martin Andrew, polisher (22 Beach, B.), 
boards 23 Fourth 

Martin Charles D., packer, 33 Elm, bds. 
52 Union 

Martin Charles H., house 290 North av. 

Martin David, furrier, 586 Main, house do. 

Martin Henry N., peddler, h. 138 Pearl 

Martin James, man-servant, 71 Austin, 
boards do. 

Martin James, laborer, 10 Arrow, house 
22 Grant 

Martin James, shoemaker, 34 Brighton, h. 
1 Butler's block, Charles River 

MARTIN JAMES, sail-maker (114 
Commercial, B.), h. 16 Hamilton 
MARTIN JAMES A., sail and tent 
maker (114 Commercial, B.), house 
Oxford, corner Sacramento 
Martin John, boot and shoe maker, 544 

Main, house do. 
Martin John (Bowker, B.), bds. 23 Fourth 
Martin John, teamster, house 14 Watson 
Martin John J., butcher, h. 277 Cambridge 
Martin Joseph P., clerk. 5 Harvard row, 

boards 17 Dublin 
Martin Martha A. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, boards 65 Otis 
Martin Mary Mrs., house 18 Hunting 



Martin Mary, widow of Luke, h. 17 Dublin 
Martin Mary Mrs., house 21 Beaver 
Martin Mary A», widow, h. rear 41 Clark 
Martin Michael, laborer, house 22 Grant 
Martin Michael, house 25 Webster avenue 
Martin Owen, shoemaker, Harvard sq., 

rear Lyceum bldg., h. 454 Broadway 
Martin Patrick, clerk, bds. 17 Dublin 
Martin Patrick, netmaker, house 28 Vine 
Martin Peter, tailor, 438 Harvard, rms. do. 
Martin Rhoda, widow of Enoch, h. 2 River 
Martin Stephen, molder, Pelham, house 79 

Tremont 
Martin Thomas, laborer, h. 66 Washington 
Martin Thomas, furniture, 379 Main, house 

52 Union 
Martin Thomas, machinist, b. 74 Fourth 
Martin Thomas F., teamster, 5 Harvard 

Row, boards 17 Dublin 
Martin Thomas K., conductor U. R. Co. 
Martin Walter, boiler maker, 356 Main, 

boards 52 Union 
Martin Walter C, salesman (114 Commer- 
cial, B. ), boards 16 Hamilton 
Martin William, bacon packer, boards 89 

Tremont 
Martin William, currier, house 71 Charles 

MARTIN WM. A., hardware (6 
Dock square, B.), house 2 River 
Martin Wm. H., house 31 Norfolk 
Martin Wm. H., lawyer, 563 Main, house 

15£ Austin 
Martin Mrs., house Flagg, cor. DeWolf 
Martis Brooks B., milkman, house 109 

Western avenue 
Marvin Charles F., foreman (31 Hawley 

B. ), house 43 Fairmont 
Marvin Eliza H. Mrs., variety store, 121 

Western avenue, house do. 
Marvin Frank A., clerk (45 Oliver, B.), 

boards 102 Austin [Fairmont 

Marvin Mary, widow of Charles S., h. 43 
Marvin Richard T., carpenter, hoilse 43 

Fairmont 
Marvin Wm. J., builder, h. 102 Austin 
Mason Arnold J., cracker packer, boards 

38 Market 
Mason Charles A. (W. A. Mason & Son), 

civil engineer, 603 Main, house 87 

Raymond [34 College House 

Mason Charles F., student H. U., rooms 
Mason Chauncy H., cloth finisher, house 

88 Banks [63 Inman 

Mason Eber L., clerk (95 Summer, B.), b. 
Mason Edward P., student H. U., rooms 

25 Holyoke [22 South 

Mason Eleanor A., widow of John F., h. 
Mason Ella F. Mrs., copyist, Otis, corner 

Second, boards 85 Thorndike 
Mason Francis A., teamster, h. 51 Clark 
Mason Francis M., truant officer, ward 5, 

house 5 Dover 
Mason Frank A., student H. U., rooms 60 

Matthews Hall 
Mason Frank M., rooms 36 River 
Mason Frank S., patternmaker (Sudbury, 
B.), boards 82 Green 



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FLORAL DECORATIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

A Fine Collection of Bedding and House Plants, Ferns, etc. Ferneries and 
Hanging Pots Neatly Filled* Wholesale and Retail. 

NO. 273 NORTH AVENUE, NORTH CAMBRIDGE. 



NURSERYMAN AND FLORIST, 

Cambridge Street, Near Harvard College. 

ORNAMENTAL TREES SHRUBS, AND GREENHOUSE PLANTS 

of every description. Rural Work of every style. WREATHS, 

BOUQUETS, BRIDAL AND FUNERAL FLOWERS, 

made at sltort notice. 

Cambridge Street, Corner Rrescott, 

FOR 

LADIES 

AND 

Gentlemen. 

No. 19 School St., 

IJOSTON. 
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Mason Geo. D., clerk, 610 Main, house 86 
Franklin 

Mason Harry E., clerk (B. ), b. 63 Inraan 

Mason Harry W., law student II. U., rms. 
. 60 Matthews Hall 

Mason Henry, treas. Mason & Hamlin Or- 
gan Co., 162 Broadway, salesroom 
(154 Tremont, B.), house at Brookline 

Mason James M., watchman, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 10 Prince 

Mason James S., conductor U. R. Co., 
boards 6 Harvard square 

Mason John, locksmith and bell-hanger, 
452 Cambridge, house 95 Inman 

Mason John, locksmith, 444 Cambridge, 
house 63 Inman 

Mason John T., clerk (B. & L. R. R. 
freight depot, B. ), boards 63 Inman 

Mason John W., student H. U., rooms 
34 College House 

Mason Jos. H., brass finisher, h. 13 Pine 

Mason Lowell, president Mason & Hamlin 
Organ Co., 162 Broadway and (151 
Tremont, B.), house at New York 

Mason Mary C. Miss, house 293 Harvard 

Mason Napoleon B , carpenter, h. 38 Market 

Mason Richard, bootmaker (9 Tremont 
row, B.), house 22 Decatur 

Mason Samuel B., signal man B. & A. R. 
R. (Cottage Farm station), h. 13 Lopez 

Mason Sarah E., widow, house 82 Green 

Mason Susan P. Mrs., house 2 Worcester 

Mason Theodore M., diary maker, 105 
Magazine, boards 10 Prince 

Mason William A. (W. A. Mason & Son), 
civil engineer, 603 Main, house 87 
Raymond 

Mason William A. jr., boards 87 Raymond 

MASON W. A. & SON (Wm. A. 
and Charles A. Mason), civil engin- 
eers, Hyde block, 603 Main 

Mason Wm. F., clerk, 627 Main, boards 36 
River 

Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., cabinet or- 
gan mnfrs., 162 Broadway, salesroom 
(154 Tremont, B.), Lowell Mason, 
president, Henry Mason, treasurer 

Massey Samuel, coachman, 21 Kirkland, 
house 25 Grant 

Massey Thomas, house 59 Brattle 

Massey Wm., coachman (398 Beacon, B.), 
house 39 Baldwin 

Massure George A., tea dealer, h. 47 Elm 

Matchett Clara E. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, rooms Miss Margaret 
Wheeler's, Winthrop square 

Matchett Louisa G. Miss, teacher Holmes 
primary school, rooms Miss Margaret 
Wheeler's, Winthrop square 

Mathee Lambert, cabinet-maker, house 65 
Vine 

Matheson Hugh, carpenter, h. 11 Eighth 

Matheson Jas. W., carpenter, h. 128 Gore 

Mathews Alfred, laborer Shaw, Applin & 
Co., 54 Bridge, house 31 Carson 

Mathews Emery A., organ action maker, 
624 Main, boards 13 Norfolk 



Mathews Eugene H., printer University 

Press, house 104 Inman 
Mathews James C, clerk, b. 13 Norfolk 
Mathews John W., painter, h. 13 Norfolk 
Mathews Riley W., foreman, Church, opp. 

Palmer, house 24 Holyoke 
Mathews William P., shoemaker, 249£ 

Broadway, house 13 Norfolk 
Mattes Carl, restaurant, 8 Brighton,h.l2do. 
Matthes Henry W., watchmaker, boards 

42 Pine 
Matthes Wm. H., brass worker, b. 42 Pine 
Matthews Abraham, teamster, 180 Main, 

house at Boston 
Matthews Albert, law student, rooms 23 

Holworthy Hall 
Matthews John, boiler maker, 92 Main 
Matthews Manuel, polisher, house Fourth 

street place 
Matthews Richard, house 28 Lee 
Matthews, see Mathews 

ich Gottlab, 

Mullin court 
Maude John E., student II. IT., rooms 43 

College House 
Maurer Heronemus, clock repairer (B.), 

house 45 Sargent 
Mauser Robert, foreman F. G. F. Co., h. 

75 Fifth 
Maxfield Joseph E., student H. U., rooms 

27 College House 
Maxwell Albion P., mason, house Cush- 

ing, near Belmont 
Maxwell J. Haynes, printer (138 Congress, 

B ), boards A. P.Maxwell's, Cushing 
Maxwell May J., widow, b. 15 Washington 
Maxwell Patrick, laborer, h.23 Donnell 
May Charles, wood turner, bds. 87 Moore 
May DeCourcy, mechanical engineer, 608 

Main, boards 104 Mt. Auburn 
May George R., chewing gum manufac- 
turer, 118 Magazine, house do. 
May Henry F., student H. U., rooms 55 

Matthews Hall 
May James, baker, house 94 Spring 
May John E., commission merchant (67 

Commercial whf., B.), h. 7 Highland 
Mayberry George L., student H. U., rms. 

6 Divinity Hall 
Maybury Samuel, clerk, 126 River, boards 

129 do. 
Mayer David, printer, rms. 26 Mt. Auburn 
Mayers Aaron B., carpenter, h. 265 Sidney 
Mayers Alauson H., student H. U., rooms 

1 College House 
Mayers John L., carpenter (Tremont, B.), 

house 261 Sidney 
Maynard Abel, house 18 Winsor 
Maynard Charles E., locksmith (12 Brat- 
tle, B. ), boards 18 Eliot 
Maynard Eben W.,571 Main, h.109 Auburn 
Maynard Franklin, rubber cement (40£ 

Faneuil Hall sq., B.), house 18 Eliot 
Maynard George C, salesman (153 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 6 Daniels court 
Maynard Henry O., foreman electro, and 

stero. University Press, h. 26 Mellen 



PTTlMTHPFftV \A7fl7?TT gardeners, contractors, florists 

VJjjyijal A £jJft I VY V£Wi*i p. Q'BKIEN & SON, 820 Main and 89 Sparks Streets 



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Maynard James F., bookkeeper(214 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 417 Broadway 
Maynard John W., hats, caps, and picture 

frames. 571 Main, boards 109 Auburn 
Maynard Martha, widow of Gideon, house 

6 Daniels court 
Maynard Thos. F., tile-setter, b. 18 Eliot 
Maynes Geo. W., sausage maker, h. 100 

Tremont [Cambridge 

Maynes Hampton Mrs., widow, house 426 
Mayo Chester H., cooper, bds. 44 Seventh 
Mayo George F., organ maker, 624 Main, 

house 32 Howard 
Mayo Henry B., bookbinder, b. 32 Howard 
Mayo Zoetb S., locksmith (26£ Exchange, 

B.), house 32 Howard 
Mazer Philip, cigar maker, 35 Pearl, h. 

20 Hastings 
McAdoo William, laborer, house 1 Garden 

court, 2d from Dublin 
McAleer Barney, teamster, bds. G4 Vine 
McAleer John J., brush maker (B.), 

house 64 Vine 
McAleer Patrick, teamster, 211 Bridge, 

house 10 Fourth 
McAllen Charles, soap maker, rear 13 De- 
catur, house 126 Brookline 
McAllen Dennis, laborer, h. 2 Lechmere pi. 
McAllen Edward, galvanizer, boards 126 

Brookline 
McAllister George, watchmaker, hjouse 

rear 5 Russell |h. do. 

McAllister Wm., shoemaker, 144 Bridge, 
McAloney John W., carpenter, Soden, 

near Franklin, house 32 Kinnaird 
McAnaul Thomas, shoemaker, 27£ River. 

house 19 Park [nell 

McArdle Constantine, laborer, h. 17 Don- 
McArdle Owen, laborer, house Cushing, 

near Locust 
McArdle Robert, cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 

house 21 Front 
McArdle Mary, widow, bds. 21 Bowdoin 
McArthur Arthur F., student H. U., rms. 

36 Felton building 
McArthur Cornelius, foreman Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, house Huron 
McArthur Daniel H., laborer, boards Wm. 

McArthur's, Woodlawn 
McArthur John A., painter, h. 26 Tremont 
McArthur John R., student H. U., rooms 

36 Felton building 
McArthur Nelson, b. Wm. McArthur's, 

Woodlawn 
McArthur Wm., carpenter, house Wood- 
lawn, near Cusbing 
McAshea John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 133 Brookline 
McAsbea Wm., laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 133 Brookline 
McAskill Peter, hack driver, h. 173 Main 
McAuliffe Daniel, register maker, 153 

Putnam avenue, h. r. 115 Pleasant 
McAusland John S., laborer, h. 8 Hastings 
McAveana Patrick, blacksmith, 178 North 

avenue, house at Boston 
McAvoy Julia, widow, h. 71 Concord av. 



McAvoy Patrick, house 57 Moore 
McAvoy Patrick jr., engineer (109 State, 

B. ), house 57 Moore 
McAvoy Thomas, city laborer, h. 57 Amory 
McAvoy Timotliy, engineer, 150 Broad- 
way, and boarding-house 48 do. 
McAvoy W. J., carver, 54 Bridge, house 

at Somerville 
McBarron Ann, wid. of Thos.,h. r.36 Gore 
McBride Charles William, laborer, b. W. 

Libbey's, Concord avenue 
McBride Daniel, glass-cutter, b. r. 13 Vine 
McBride Frank H., stone-cutter, boards 

James McBride's. Concord avenue 
McBride Henry, peddler, bds. r. 13 Vine 
McBride James, laborer, house Concord 

avenue, 3d from F. R. R. 
McBride James D., carpenter, boards 

James McBride's, Concord avenue 
McBride John, house rear 13 Vine 
McBride Jobn J., laborer, boards James 

McBride's, Concord avenue 
McBride Margaret Miss, teacher Kinder- 
garten school, 76 Moore, bds. do. 
McBride Richard A., tinsmith, house 53 

Charles 
McCabe Annie Miss, station agent F. R. 

R. (Watertown), boards Mrs. Mary 

McCabe's, New 
McCabe Edward J., station agent F. R. R., 

Fresh Pond station, bds. Mrs. Mary 

McCabe's, New 
McCabe Felix, laborer, house 22 McCabe 
McCabe James, peddler, house 23 Willow 
McCabe James, laborer, boards Mrs. M. 

McCabe's, New 
McCabe James T., confectioner (B.), bds. 

10 Hastings 
McCabe John, laborer, bds. 230 Bridge 
McCabe John, laborer, house 61 North 
McCabe John H., baker, bds. 180 Winsor 
McCabe Mary, widow of Michael, house 

New, near F. R. R. 
McCabe Nancy Miss, house 63 Bolton 
McCabe Patrick, barrels, 176 Winsor, h. 

180 do. 
McCabe Samuel, laborer, house 54 North 
McCabe Terrence, laborer, h. 6 Blair pi. 
McCafferty John, laborer, h. 105 Third 
McCaffrey Edward, house 63 Hampshire 
McCaffrey Edward, boards 83 Charles 
McCaffrey Edward, boards 123 Fourth 
McCaffrey Hugh, harness-maker, 365 

Cambridge, house 197 Hampshire 
McCaffrey James, carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

repair shop, house 5 Hunting 
McCaffrey Philip, teamster, h. 83 Charles 
McCagg Louis B., student H. U., rooms 

16 Holyoke House 
McCall Edgar W., student H. U., rooms 

9 Holyoke House 
McCallar Daniel C bookkeeper (615 

Wa>hington, B.), bds. 289 North av. 
McCallar George M., bookkeeper (51 Han- 
over, B.), boards 289 North avenue 
McCallar John F., millinery (490 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 289 North avenue 



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McCallar Louisa F., widow, house 289 

North avenue 
McCalvy James Mrs., h. 103 Western av. 
McCann Bridget Miss, house 118 Gore 
McCann Charles J., action maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 2 Lawrence 
McCann Edward, teamster, h. 32 Warren 
McCann Eliza, widow of James, house 2 
Lawrence [Tremont 

McCann John H., brush maker, house 103 
McCann Wra. J., clerk, 551 Main, boards 

2 Lawrence 
McCart James, laborer, house 23 Willow 
McCart Terrence, shoemaker, h. 96 Third 
McCart Wm., teamster, b. 8 Stevens court 
McCarthy Alexander, laborer H. M. Bird, 

Pelham, house 149 Main 

McCarthy Carbery T., bookbinder, bds. 6 

Watson [Cowperthwaite 

McCarthy Catherine, widow, house 14 

McCarthy Catherine, widow of Timothy, 

house 131 Webster avenue 
McCarthy Catherine Miss, hairworker, 8 

Green, house do. 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, h. 53 Charles 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, h. 140 Hamp- 
shire 
McCarthy Chas., laborer, h. 149 Bridge 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 5 Ce- 
dar square 
McCarthy Charles E., hairdresser, 58 Cam- 
bridge, house 5 Vine 
McCarthy Cornelius, cutter, h. 28 Banks 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, h. 208 Bridge 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, 621 Main, house 

rear 189 Hampshire 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, h. r. 55 Amory 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, h. 112 Kinnaird 
McCarthy Daniel, teamster, h. 73 Third 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer gas-house, 

house Broadway 
McCarthy Daniel jr., laborer, b. 208 Bridge 
McCarthy Daniel A., iron-molder, 368 

Main, house 97 Winsor 
McCarthy Dennis, laborer, house 32 North 
McCarthy Dennis, blacksmith, 368 Main 
McCarthy Dennis D., constable, 53 Fourth, 

house 3 Seventh 
McCarthy Ellen, widow of Dennis, house 

rear 77 Elm 
McCarthy Ellen, widow of John, house 

Montgomery, near Spruce 
McCarthy Ellen, widow, house 14 East 
McCarthy Eugene A., student (761 Harri- 
son avenue, B.), boards 6 Watson 
McCarthy Eugene C.,gardener,h. 6Watson 
McCarthy Eugene J., painter, house 3 

Foster block, 87 Main 
McCarthy Florence, pressman (400 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 12 Putnam court 
McCarthy Francis J., iron-molder, 368 

Main, boards 8 Green 
McCarthy James, clerk, 9 Reed, bds. do. 
McCarthy James, tailor, house 112 Gore 
McCarthy James, watchman B. & L. R. R., 
house 8 Fifth [Wendell 

McCarthy James H., carpenter, house 85 



McCarthy James J., cooper, 169 Gore, 

house 115 Auburn 
McCarthy Jeremiah, tailor, 195 North av- 
enue, house 41 Spruce 
McCarthy Jeremiah, laborer, boards 6 

Lechmere place 
McCarthy John, spring-bed maker, 386 

Main 
McCarthy John, tailor, 218 Cambridge] 

house 1 Eighth 
McCarthy John, iron-molder, 368 Main, 

house 22 Portland 
McCarthy John, laborer, 624 Main, house 

rear 189 Hampshire 
McCarthy John, marble-cutter, 53 Main, 

house 72 Spruce 
McCarthy John, currier (59 Beverly, B.), 

house 15 Flagg [Vineyard 

McCarthy John Mrs., h. dishing, opp. 
McCarthy John A., machinist (Causeway, 

B.), house 6 Watson 
McCarthy John F., upholsterer, boards (j6 

Broadway [Green 

McCarthy John F., book agent, boards 8 
McCarthy John H., plumber B. &L. R. R., 

house 83 Bridge 
McCarthy John H., clerk, 17 Third, b. 1 do. 
McCarthy John W., laborer, b. 85 Wendell 
McCarthy Julia T. Miss, dressmaker, 8 

Green, house do. 
McCarthy Kate Mrs., house 188 Norfolk 
McCarthy Lewis A.,pattern-maker, boards 

8 Green 
McCarthy Louisa A. Miss, hair-worker, 

8 Green, house do. 
McCarthy Margaret Mrs., house 3 East 
McCarthy Mary, widow of John, house 13 

Sparks street place 
McCarthy Mary, widow of Charles, house 

7 Foster block, rear 93 Main 
McCarthy Mary Mrs., h. 13 Sparks st. pi. 
McCarthy Mary A., widow of John, house 

175 Cambridge 
McCarthy Mary A. A. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school, b. 175 Cambridge 
McCarthy Mary E. Miss, hairworker (31 

Avon, B. ), house 8 Green 
McCarthy Mary F.,' widow of Francis, 

house 8 Green 
McCarthy Maurice, gluer, 624 Main, house 

23 Bay [mere pi. 

McCarthy Maurice, laborer, house 6 Lech- 
McCarthy Michael, gluer, 624 Main, house 

156 Green [bridge 

McCarthy Michael, laborer, h. 29 Cam- 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, 86 Mount Au- 
burn, house 26 Charles River 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, b. 54 North 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, h. 147 Gore 
McCarthy Patrick, tailor, 195 North ave- 
nue, boards 41 Spruce 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, bds. 14 East 
McCarthy Patrick, plasterer, house 71 Elm 
McCarthy Patrick 2d, laborer, h. 49 North 
McCarthy Patrick E., boiler-helper B. & 

L. R. R. shop 
McCarthy Patrick J., teamster, h. 10 East 



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McCarthy Thomas, laborer, h. 18 East 
McCarthy Thomas, laborer, house 267 

Cambridge 
McCarthy Timothy, laborer, h. 234 Bridge 
McCarthy Timothy, brass-molder, 308 

Main, house 343 do. 
McCarthy Timothy, organ-tuner, 624 

Main, boards 41 Spruce 
McCarthy Timothy, laborer, h. 145 Elm 
McCarthy William, blacksmith, house 31 

Webster avenue 
McCarthy William, tailor, h. 101 Tremont 
McCarthy, see McCarty 
McCartney Wilson J., at Cambridge Roll- 
ing Mill, house 224 Broadway 
McCarty Annie E., widow of Michael, 

house 1 Holly avenue 
McCarty Charles, laborer, house 6 Reed 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house Cushing, 

coiner Cushing court 
McCarty Dennis, laborer B. & L. R. R., 

house 4 Third 
McCarty Dennis J., coachman, boards 

112Kinnaird [Decatur 

McCarty Eugene, baker, 502 Main, h. 27 
McCarty Jeremiah, hostler, house 1 Lin- 

ehan block, Third 
McCarty Jeremiah, teamster Jaynes & 

Co., house 18 Portland 
McCarty John, gardener, house Appleton, 

near Vassal lane 
McCarty John, confectioner, b. 57 Amory 
McCarty John, restaurant, 83 Bridge, 

house do. 
McCarty Michael A., engineer, C24 Main, 

house at Somerville 
McCarty Michael C, stone-cutter, house 

1, rear 134 Broadway 
McCarty Richard, horse-shoer, Palmer, 

near Church, boards 23 Brighton 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, house 159 

Broadway 
McCarty Timothy J., molder, 368 Main, 

house 343 do. 
McCarty T., boiler-maker, 72 Main 
McCarty William, molder, Peluam, house 

19 Webster avenue 
McCarville Ellen M. Mrs., house 19 West 
McCarville James, house 25 Cedar 
McCarville Owen, watchman Union Glass 

Co. (Somerville), boards 19 West 
McCarville Patrick F., hostler, b. 19 West 
McCarville Peter J., city lamplighter, bds. 

25 Cedar 
McCaughey Arthur, in American Tube 

Works (Somerville), h. 4 Baldwin ct. 
McCaughin Daniel, laborer, boards 32 

Coggswell avenue 
McCaughin John, carriage-smith, 232 

North avenue, bds. 32 Coggswell av. 
McCaul Henry, laborer, h. 7 Conlon ct. 
McCauley Daniel, laborer, bds. 137 Main 
McCauley David, safe-maker, boards 165 

Broadway 
McCauley Francis, laborer, house 12 East 
McCausland James M., salesman, house 

60 Norfolk 



McCaw Henry, confectioner, 503 Main, h. 

Lawn, near Cushing 
McCaw William, confectioner, 503 Main, 

house 63 Brookline 
McChesney F. S.. driver U. R. Co. 
McClary Alexander, carpenter, house 100 

Tremont 
McClean Kate, house 49 Harvard 
McCleary David N., house 66 Thorndike 
McCleave Maria R., widow of Frederick 

W., house 2 Mt. Pleasant 
McClellan John, bookkeeper, 204 Broad- 
way, boards 87 Moore 
McClellan John, blacksmith, 87 Bridge, 

boards 71 Cambridge 
McClellan Peter J., carriage-builder, 87 

Bridge, house 71 Cambridge 
McClennen William H., house 23 Cherry 
McCloskey Bridget, widow of Michael, h. 

52 Fifth 
McCloskey Dennis F. (McCloskey & Har- 

ty), grocer, 91 and 443 Cambridge, 

rooms 53 Otis 
McCloskey Edward A., lithographer Riv- 
erside Press, boards 3 Somerset 
McCloskey Henry C, lithographer River- 
side Press, boards 3 Somerset 
McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, h. Boston 

Chemical Works bldg., r. Cambridge 
McCloskey James, safe-maker, 17 Main, h. 

303 Cambridge 
McCloskey James B., clerk (72 Summer, 

B.), boards 52 Fifth 
McCloskey John B., boards 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Patrick A., brass-molder (33 

Hawkins. B.), house 83 Filth 
McCloskey Peter J., clerk, 158 Cambridge, 

boards 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Wm. H., carpenter, house 3 

Somerset 
McClosky & Harty (Dennis F. McClosky 

and Michael J. Harty), grocers, 91 

and 443 Cambridge 
McCloud George, laborer Riverside Press, 

boards 18 Laurel 
McCloud W., 54 Bridge 
McClure Charles F., com. mer. (13 Doane, 

B.), house 794 Main 
McClure Mauley W. (Boyd & McClure), 

iron and steel (5 Custom House, B.), 

boards 212£ North avenue 
McClure Margaret Miss, variety store, 72 

Cambridge, rooms 89 Spring 
McColgan Cornelius, house 71 Brighton 
McColgan Tristram, house 71 Brighton 
McConaghay James, boiler-maker B. & L. 

R. R. shop, boards at Boston 
McConnell James, wheelwright, 256 Mt. 

Auburn 
McConnell James, driver U. R. Co. 
McConnell Wm., trunk-maker, b. 8 Tufts 
McConologue Cornelius, currier, house 27 

Jackson 
McConville Patrick, laborer, h. 7 Lopez 
McCool James, mason, h. rear 178 Green 
McCool John, mason, bds. rear 178 Green 
McCool Michael, carpenter, b. r. 178 Green 



LU M BER J * G ' & N * **• rJooch > 13 Kilby St., Boston. 

.._... _...2. Wharf, Western Avenue, Brighton. 

MOULDlNGSj Order Box, Ayer^s Stable, 904 Main St., Cambridge. Lime & Cement. 



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McCord Bernard F., glass maker, N". E. 

Glass Co., boards 139 Cambridge 
McCord James A., glass-maker N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 139 Cambridge 
McCorkle James, laborer, h. 57 Spring 
McCormack Alexander, apothecary, 43 

Gore, boards 59 Third 
McCormick Bernard J., bar-tender, house 

4 Houghton 
McCormick Bridget, grocer, 349 Main, h. 

347 do. 
McCormick B. T., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house at Boston 
McCormick Edward, slater, h. 58 Amory 
McCormick James, grocer, 26 Brewery, b. 

333 Main 
McCormick James, cooper Jaynes & Co., 

Sidney, boards 329 Main 
McCormick James, laborer, h. 19 Beaver 
McCormick James, laborer, b. 10 Donnell 
McCormick James E., engineer, 92 Main, 

boards 19 School 
McCormick James H., wood carver, boards 

15 Second 

McCormick James H., laborer, Garden, c. 

Linnaean, boards do. 
McCormick John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 19 School 
McCormick John, laborer Eastern R. R., 

house 15 Second [ley's alley 

McCormick John, plumber, bds. 2£ Dai- 
McCormick John, tinner, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 89 Chestnut 
McCormick John, clerk, 26 Brewery, bds. 

333 Main 
McCormick John J., boiler-maker, 92 

Main, house 19 School [do. 

McCormick John P., clerk, 169 Gore,h. 164 
McCormick Joseph W., student (761 Har- 
rison avenue, B.), boards 15 Second 
McCormick Mary, widow of James, h. 10 

Donnell 
McCormick Mary, widow of Richard, h. 2 

Dailey's alley 
McCormick Richard, glass-maker, boards 

2 Dailey's alley 
McCormick Richard, fireman, 168 Gore, h. 

198 Cambridge 
McCormick Thomas, boiler-maker,72 Main 
McCormick William, potter, house foot of 

Crescent avenue 
McCormick William, 44 Cambridge, h. 

at Charlestown 
McCormick & Haley (William Haley), sla- 
ters, 606 Main 
McCorry John, watchman, 172 Pearl, h. 

123 Brookline 
McCotter Frank, printer, b. 9 Broadway 
McCourt Ann, widow of Patrick, house 22 

Carson 
McCourt Catherine Miss, clerk, 82 Mt. 

Auburn, boards 13 Dunster 
McCourt Charles, house 35 Flagg 
McCourt John, coachman, 105 Brattle, h. 

16 Brown 

McCourt Patrick, laborer, bds. 22 Carson 
McCourt Wm., painter, h. 187 Mt. Auburn 



McCoy Frank H., painter, house 6 Fair- 
mont avenue 
McCoyGeorgeM.,ins. agent (216 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 79 Pearl 
McCoy John, at Memorial Hall, bds. do. 
McCoy John, laborer, boards 17 Valentine 
McCoy Madison, miller E. W. Cutter, Riv- 
er, house 18 Rockwell 
McCoy Mary Mrs., house 19 Brewery 
McCoy Richard, boards 17 Charles River 
McCoy Thomas H., fish, 85 Mt. Auburn 
McCoy Walter I., student H. U., rooms 35 

Weld Hall 
McCoy William, laborer, h. 10 Somerset 
McCoy William, tailor, house 83 Brattle 
McCoy William J., mason, h. 10 Somerset 
McCracken James, stone-cutter, 43 Main, 

house 18 Willard 
McCready John C, printer, house 66 Web- 
ster avenue 
McCready Joseph R., editor and publisher 
American Protestant, 658 Main, h. do. 
McCready Samuel R., clerk (Boston Post 

Office), house 66 Webster avenue 
McCrehan James, teamster, b. 54 Spruce 
McCrehan Jeremiah, house 54 Spruce 
McCrehan Mary, widow of John, house 75 

Spruce 
McCristal James, laborer, h. 212 Columbia 
McCristle Patrick, tanner, h. 16 Railroad 
McCue Dennis, laborer, house 17 Jefferson 
McCue F., iron molder, 368 Main 
McCue John, laborer, 368 Main, house 131 

Webster avenue 
McCue Thos., laborer, h. rear 162 Franklin 
McCue Thomas, peddler, house 33 Porter 
McCue Thomas F., letter-carrier P. O., 611 

Main, house 195 Hampshire 
McCue, see also McHugh 
McCuen Joseph N., clerk, 186 Cambridge, 

boards 120 Spring 
McCullar Charles, stereotyper Riverside 

Press, house 41 Cottage 
McCulloch Albert E., postal clerk (P. O., 
B.), boards 9 Shepard [vard 

McCulloch Bernard, laborer, b. 118 Har- 
McCulloch Frank, driver U. R. Co., house 
1 Bristol [118 Hai vcti d 

McCulloch George, driver U. R. Co., hou^e 
McCulloch John, junk, h. 118 Columbia 
McCulloch John B., clerk, 12 Harvard 

row, boards 9 Shepard 
IfcCULLOCH SAMUEL, drain 
ItJL and sewer builder, Winsor, cor. Har- 
vard, order box, 559^ Main, house 173 
Harvard 
McCullon Frank, switchman U. R. Co. 
McCullon George, driver U. R. Co. 
McCune Peter, hostler, 201 Main, boards 

88 Harvard 
McCurdy Robert H., student H. U., rooms 
20 Little's block [Thorndike 

McCusker Wm., plumber, house rear 142 

McDANIEL SAMUEL W., law- 
yer (61 Court, B.), house 69 Dana 
McDermott Bartholomew, stone-mason, 
house 138 Green 



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McDermott Catherine, widow of Tim- 
othy, house 25 Somerset 
McDermott Daniel, wood and coal, 106 

Harvard, house do. 
McDermott Edward, liquors, 123 Pleasant, 

house 25 Somerset 
McDermott Edward, laborer, house 25 

Sparks street place 
McDermott Edward jr., carriage smith, 

11 Church, house 25 Sparks street pi. 
McDermott Ella, widow of Thomas, house 

5 Marvin place [140 Elm 

McDermott Frank, helper, IT Main, house 
McDermott George, music-teacher, boards 

24 Fifth 
McDermott James, 502 Main, boards 25 

Somerset [412 Cambridge 

McDermott James H., glass-maker, house 
McDermott John, tailor, house 24 Fifth 
McDermott John, lithographer Riverside 

Press, boards 138 Green 
McDermott John II., confectioner, 503 

Main, house 25 Somerset 
McDermott John J., clerk, 397 Cambridge, 

boards 140 Elm 
McDermott Michael, laborer, house 128 

Webster avenue 
McDermott Patrick, plumber (Tremont, 

B.), house 22 Fourth 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Carson 
McDermott Patrick G., music teacher, bds. 

24 Fifth [139 Elm 

McDermott Thomas, glass-blower, house 
McDevitt Edward, blacksmith, house 81 

Tremont 
H McDevitt John F., clerk, 145 Hampshire, 

boards 81 Tremont 
McDevitt Joseph, plumber, h. 31 Warren 
McDevitt Thomas, laborer, bds. 137 Main 

MCDONALD AL EXANDER, 
marble and granite works, Mt. Au- 
burn, opposite cemetery, house Mt. 
Auburn, near do. 

McDonald Allen, brass molder (B.), house 
203 Cambridge 

McDonald Andrew D., carpenter, house 
43 Blacks tone [Portland 

McDonald Angus, soap maker, house 105 

McDonald Angus B., harness maker, 249 
Cambridge, h. Harding, c. Cambridge 

McDonald Daniel, blacksmith, boards 271 
Broadway 

McDonald Daniel, carpenter, h. 24 Cherry 

McDonald David, laborer, 356 Main, house 
at Boston 

McDonald Donald, music cutter, 511 Main, 
house at Boston 

McDonald Dongal, wheelwright, Third, 
opp. gas-house, boards 271 Broadway 

McDonald Edward V., student H. U., rms. 
27 Weld Hall [43 Vine 

McDonald Elizabeth, widow of Daniel, h. 

McDonald Felix, laborer, h. r. 175 Bridge 

McDonald Frank R., agent Alex. McDon- 
ald, Mount Auburn, boards do. 

McDonald Frank V., law student H. U., 
rooms 32 Little's block 



McDonald Frederick W., cigars (B.), bds. 

324 Harvard 
McDonald George, blacksmith, b. 164 Gore 
McDonald Hugh S., laborer, boards Mrs. 

M. A. Sutherland's, Concord avenue 
McDonald James, laborer, h. 161 Green 
McDonald James, liquors, 26 Somerset, 

house 14 Somerset 
McDonald James, milkman, h. 21 Donnell 
McDonald James, harness maker, 438 

Main, boards 59} Franklin 
McDonald James, laborer, house 29 Carson 
McDonald James, soap maker, bjards 181£ 

Harvard 
McDonald John, h. McDonald, near R. R. 
McDonald John, junk, b. 423 Cambridge 
McDonald John, plasterer, house 122 Elm 
McDonald John, mason, h. r. 24 Somerset 
McDonald John, grocer, 22 Willow, h. do. 
McDonald John, boiler maker, 72 Main 
McDonald John, junk, h. 323 Cambridge 
McDonald John, laborer, house 3S Porter 
McDonald John jr., mason, boards rear 24 

Somerset 
McDonald John F., laborer, b. r. 53 Vine 
McDonald John J., painter, 17 Gore, bds. 

108 Cambridge [stone 

McDonald John J., painter, bds. 43 Black- 
McDonald Joseph, laborer, h. r. 53 Vine 
McDonald Margaret, widow of Maurice, 

house 16 Bolton 
McDonald Maria, widow of Hugh, house 

324 Harvard 
McDonald Martin T., machinist, 72 Main, 

house Cushing, opposite Vineyard 
McDonald Mary A. Mrs., h. rear 52 Fifth 
McDonald Matthew, mason, boards rear 

24 Somerset 
McDonald Matthew, laborer, h. 51 Vine 
McDonald Matthew, driver, bds. 45 Union 
McDonald Michael, bricklayer, house 3 

Baldwin court 
McDonald Michael J., boards 129 Third 
McDonald Murdock, house rear 68 Second 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, bds. r. 53 Vine 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. 17 Porter 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. 90 Fifth 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, 368 Main, h. 

rear 12 Portland [Vineyard 

McDonald Patrick, farmer, h. Cushing, n. 
McDonald Patrick H. Mrs., h. 129 Third 
McDonald Peter Mrs., house r. 6 Lopez 
McDonald Roderick, blacksmith, 368 

Main, boards 12 Harding 
McDonald Sophia, nurse, h. 6 Gordon pi. 
McDonald Thos., wharf contractor, house 

rear 53 Vine 
McDonald Thos. E., laborer, h. 1 Gore pi. 
McDonald Wm. H., barrel maker Jaynes 

& Co., boards rear 24 Somerset 
McDonald William M., provisions (20 Clin- 
ton, B.), house 18£ Western avenue 
McDonald William S., printer, house 81 

Washington 
McDonald, see Macdonald 
McDonnell James, machinist, house 123 

Hampshire 



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McDonnell Jas., tailor, 18 Brighton, h. do. 
McDonnell John, laborer, house 29 Reed 
McDonough James, farmer, h. 50 Cedar 
McDonough James, harness-maker, bds. 

59£ Franklin 
McDonough John, laborer, h. r. 160 Main 
•McDonough Joseph O., glass worker, 

boards 228 Bridge 
McDonough Martin, laborer, house 105 

Kinnaird 
McDonough Patrick, engineer gas-works, 

house rear 160 Main 
McDonough Peter, house rear 160 Main 
McDonough William, teamster Cambridge 

gas works, house 219 Mt. Auburn 
McDougall Alex., carpenter, h. 173 Elm 
McDougall Crosby, salesman (240 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 4 River 
McDowell H. B., student H. XL, rooms 34 

Felton building 
McDowell Henry H., clerk (B.), b.463Main 
McDowell John, stair builder, house 252 

Broadway 
McDowell James H., jbaker, h. 463 Main 
McDowell John, cooper, boards 374 Main 
McDowell J. H. Mrs., restaurant, 463 

Main, house do. 
McDowell Samuel B., laborer, house 

dishing court 
McDowell Thomas W., cigar maker, 35 

Pearl, house 45 Clark 
McDowell Win., laborer, h. 73 Cambridge 
McDuff John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards John Starkey's, Waverly 
McDuffee John, clerk of committees, office 

City Hall, house 47 Brattle 
McDuffee John jr., student H. U., boards 

47 Brattle 
McEleney Grace Miss, house 109 Gore 
McElerney Bernard, city lamp lighter, 

house rear 17 Wyeth 
McElerney Edward, city lamp lighter, 

boards rear 17 Wyeth 
McElhaney John, coal and wood, 29 Por- 
ter, house do. 
McEllroy William, house 28 Shepard 
McElravy Daniel, brass filer (126 Cross, 

B.), house 129 Washington 
McElroy Ann, widow, h. rear 180 Main 
McElroy Chas. H., laborer, bds. 133 Third 
McElroy Daniel Mrs., house 5 Yine 
McElroy Francis G., building mover, 133 

Third, house do. 
McElroy Frank J., carpenter, h. 212 Bridge 
McElroy Hugh H., glass blower, 137 

Bridge, house at Somerville 
McElroy Hugh, grease collector, house 

rear 58 Charles 
McElroy James, tin peddler, h.153 Winsor 
McElroy James, laborer, Revere Sugar 

Rennery, boards 91 Fifth 
McElroy John, laborer, boards 84 Fifth 
McElroy John, plumber, boards 91 Fifth 
McElroy Joseph, teamster, h. 106 Fourth 
McElroy J., helper, 17 Main 
McElroy Mathew, cooper, boards 163 

Columbia 



McElroy Patrick J., glass blower, 137 

Bridge, house 21 Fourth 
McElroy Peter, glass blower, 137 Bridge, 

house at Charlestown 
McElroy William, laborer, house rear 

Potter, near Third 
McFadden John, laborer, h.263 Mt. Auburn 
McFadden Stephen, clerk, h. 261 Franklin 
McFadden Wm. H., carpenter, house 3 

Distillhouse 
McFadon Robert D., law student H. IT., 

rooms 26 Felton building 
McFadyen Samuel, boarding-house, 26 

Holyoke 
McFall David, clergyman Chambers street 

chapel (13.), house 90 Fourth 
McFall John, cigar maker, 599 Main, 

boards 33 Washington 
McFarland Albert, blacksmith, 156 River, 

house do. 
McFarland Colin, cooper, rear 6S Allston, 

h. Waverly, east of Fort Washington 
McFarland Geo., iron worker, boards 20 

Market 
McFarland James, bootmaker, 151 North 

avenue, house at Somerville 
McFarland James, machinist, 17 Main, 

house 20 Market 
McFarland Jane, widow of George, house 

37 Somerset 
McFarland John, laborer, house rear 241 

Mt. Auburn 
McFarland John, carpenter, b. 559 Main 
McFarland John, laborer, 368 Main 
McFarland Lorenzo R., cooper, boards 3 

Rogers block, Main 
McFarland Robert, laborer, h. 22 Hunting 
McFarland Robert L. (R. L. McFarland <fc 

Son), sewing-machines, 441 Main, 

house 3 Rogers block, Main 
McFarland Roscoe E. (R. L. McFarland & 

Son), sewing-machines, 441 Main, 

house 18^ Tremont 
McFarland R. L. & Son (Robert L. and 

Roscoe E. McFarland,*, sewing-ma- 
chines, 441 Main 
McFarland Samuel G., printer University 

Press, boards 37 Somerset 
McFarland Wm., operative (Providence, R. 

I.), boards 37 Somerset 
McFarlane Eliza A., widow of Robert, 

house 161 Main 
McFarlane James, iron worker, boards 29 

Harvard 
McFarlane John, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 68 Winsor 
McFarley Barney, laborer, bds. 137 Main 
McFee Charles H., student H. U., rooms 

68 Mt. Auburn 
McFeely Ellen, widow of John, house rear 

29 Winter 
McGahey Henry, bricklayer, b. 126 Third 
McGahey John, mason, house 126 Third 
McGarrity John, sewing-machine agent, 

647 Main, boards rear 28 Front 
McGarrity Joseph, sewing-machine agent, 

647 Main, house rear 28 Front 



CARRIAGES PATNTED, VARNISHED, AND REPAIRED, in a Most Thorough 
Manner at XT* IVER8' Manufactory, 176 and 178 North Avenue, Salesroom, 

58 Portland BOSTON. 

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McGarrity Wm., sewing- machine agent, 

647 Main, boards rear 24 Front 
McGaughey James, teamster J. P. Squire 

& Co., house 143| Gore 
McGee Daniel, butcher, house 5 Carson 
McGee David, blacksmith, Church, near 

Palmer, boards 23 Brighton 
McGee Patrick, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 259 do. 
McGeoch Alexander, h. 93 Washington 
McGill Charles L., shoemaker, 3 Prospect, 

boards 45 Blackstone 
McGill Edward, cabinet maker, b.23 Lopez 
McGillicuddy Joseph PL, laborer, boards 

rear 17 Pine 
McGillicuddy Michael, laborer, h.48 Foster 
McGillicuddy Timothy, mason, house 

rear 17 Pine 
McGillicuddy Timothy, laborer, house 

rear 18 Sparks 
McGilvray Freeman, engineer B. &L.R.R., 

rooms 95 Otis 
McGilvray Peter, carpenter, 379 Main 
McGinley Jas. D., baker, h. 157 Winsor 
McGinley Patrick, shoemaker, 382 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
McGinley Thomas J., carpenter B. & L. 
R. R. repair shop, boards 173 Bridge 
McGinness Bessie, widow, h. r. G9 Moore 
McGinness Edward, brakeman F. R. R., 

house 12 Railroad 
McGinness Hannah, widow of Hugh, h. 

73 Concord avenue 
McGinness Hugh J., hackman, 186 Colum- 
bia, house 10 Vine 
McGinness Hugh S., upholsterer (B.), h. 

rear 198 Bridge 
McGinness Kate E., dressmaker, 239 Cam- 
bridge, boards do. [26 Carson 
McGinness Kate J. Miss, brush-maker? h. 
McGinness Robert, tailor, 239 Cambridge, 

house do. 
McGinness Robert J , conductor U. R. 

Co., boards 239 Cambridge 
McGiunis Hugh, carpenter, h. 27 Cherry 
McGinnis John, laborer, house Vineyaid, 

near Cushing 
McGirr John, bookbinder Riverside Press, 
house at Somerville [Otis 

McGirr Mary, widow of Francis F., h. 110 
McGirr Patrick, teamster, house 7 Grant 
McGivney John, brass-molder, house 50 

Spring 
McGlashan Alexander, machinist, 356 

Main, house 451 do. 
McGlinchy Eliza, widow of Patrick, house 

71 Brighton 
McGlinchv James, laborer, house 92 Fifth 
McGlone Chas. IL, laborer, h. 133 Winsor 
McGolli^k Daniel, glass-blower, house 

192 Norfolk 
McGolrick Hugh E., butcher, h. 14 Soden 
McGonagle John, junk-dealer, h. Harvey, 

near corner Clifton 
McGoune Michael, laborer, h. 105 Fourth 
McGovern Barney, laborer,b. 13 Squires ct. 
McGovern James, boards 23 Carson 



McGovern James, laborer, h. 8 Mullins ct. 
McGovern John, laborer, b. r. 123 Spring 
McGovern John, currier, bds. 168 Dublin 
McGovern John B., h. 201 Cambridge 
McGovern Lawrence J., machinist, 92 

Main, boards 23 Carson 
McGovern Marv, widow of Frank, house 

23 Carson 
McGovern Michael, house 44 School 
McGovern Michael, laborer, house 337 

Cambridge 
McGovern Philip, laborer, h. 32 Warren 
McGowan Wm., laborer, house 17 South 
McGraely Peter, tailor, 453 Main 
McGran Thomas, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

boards 6 Baldwin place 
McGrane James A., pressman University 

Press, boards 161 Franklin 
McGrane Patrick, teamster, 622 Main, h. 

161 Franklin 
McGrath Bernard, gardener Prof. Nor- 
ton's " Shady Hill," h. at Somerville 
McGrath Daniel," laborer, house 17 Pine 
McGrath Edward, stone-mason, house r. 

161 Broadway 
McGrath James, wheelwright, 270 North 

av., boards 189 Spruce [bia 

McGrath James H., painter, b. 194Colum- 
McGrath John, engineer, h. 194 Columbia 
McGrath Michael, laborer, h. 36 Warren 
McGrath Michael, gardener Prof. Norton's 

"Shady Hill," h. at Somerville 
McGrath Peter, laborer, 111 North avenue, 

boards do. 
McGrath William, piano-action maker, 

Rhoades bldg., State, house Green 
McGregor Alexander, bookbinder, 1£ 

Brattle, house at Boston 
McGregor Peter, glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 57 Gore 
McGregor Robert, cabinet-maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house at Chelsea 
McGregor William L., confectionery, 9 

Prospect, house 10 do. 
McGregor, see MacGregor 
McGruder Patrick, confectioner, house 68 

Harvard 
McGue James, glass-maker, b. 14 Winter 
McGue Thomas, express, Lechmere sq., 

house 150 Bridge 
McGuigen Charles, laborer, house 42 Vine 
McGuigen James, rubber-worker, boards 

42 Vine 
McGuire Alice, widow of Owen, house 88 

Webster avenue 
McGuire Bridget Mrs. ,h. 19 Cowperthwaite 
McGuire Charles, laborer, bds. 34 Warren 
McGuire Cornelius, color-mixer, 10 Arrow, 

house 19 Cowperthwaite 
McGuire Dennis, laborer, h. 1 Bedford 
McGuire Frank, varnisher, h. 2 Hastings 
McGuire John, rope-maker, h. 176 Green 
McGuire John, oyster-opener, house 34 

Warren 
McGuire John, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
McGuire John P., safe-maker, house 4 

Pioneer place 



SHINGLES, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT, ETC. 

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McGuire Joseph, house 34 Jefferson 
McGuire L., boiler-maker, 72 Main 
McGuire Maria, widow of Michael, house 

56 Charles 
McGuire Mary, widow of Terrence, gro- 
cer, 139 Bridge, house do. 
McGuire Mary, widow of Philip, h. 91 Fifth 
McGuire Mary Ann Mis., house 7 Rogers 

block, Main 
McGuire Maurice, organ-finisher, 024 

Main, house 7 Rogers block, Main 
McGuire Patrick, heater Cambridge Roll- 
ing Mill, h. Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
McGuire Wm. B. Mrs., house 18 Lopez 
McGunken William, laborer, b. 8 Hastings 
McGurdy John, in rubber factory, boards 
58 Harvard [house do. 

McGurk Hugh Mrs., grocer, 21 Harding, 
McGurk James, house 1 Webster avenue 
McGurk John, laborer, house 21 Harding 
McGurk John, sawyer, h. 49 Hampshire 
McGurk Mary Miss, h. 212 Columbia 
McGurk Matthew, shoemaker, house rear 

119 Gore 
McGurk Peter, machinist (Charlestown), 

house 70 Second 
McGurk Terrence, laborer, h. 21 Harding 
McHugh Charles, iron-molder (Woburn), 

boards 32 Decatur 
McHugh Cornelius, iron-molder,368 Main, 

boards 32 Decatur 
McHugh John, coachman, 108 North av- 
enue, boards do. 
McHugh John, laborer, 914 Main, house 

133 Webster avenue 
McHugh Thomas Mrs., house 32 Decatur 
McHugh Timothy, brass worker (B.), 

house 17 Lopez 
McHugh, see McCue 

McHugo Mary, widow of John, h. 70 Gore 
McHugo Wm. (W. H. Hazlett & Co.), 

First, house 70 Gore 
Mcllvain Benj., foreman tinning-room, 153 

Putnam av., house 89 Chestnut 
Mclnnes Angus, carpenter, house 173 Elm 
Mclnnes Edwin G., student H. U., rms. 

1 Holyoke House 
Mclnnes Hugh H., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, house 27. Cherry 
Mclntire Amelia A., widow of Ebenezer, 

house 70 Otis 
Mclntire Amelia T. Miss, recorder, Otis, 

corner Second, boards 70 Otis 
Mclntire Augusta Mrs., house 9| Cherry 

McINTIRE CHARLES J., coun- 
selor-at-law,53 Fourth, and (75 State, 
B.), house 70 Otis 

Mclntire Ezra T., house 79 Cambridge 

Mclntire George W. (Stevens & Mclntire), 
paper-hanger, 72 Norfolk, h. 70Inman 

Mclntire John, blacksmith Burnett & 
Brown, house at Medford 

Mclntire Thomas, clerk police court, Brat- 
tle square, house 117 Inman 

Mclntire Thomas jr., carriage painter, 
house 17 Antrim 

Mclntire, see Mclntyre 



Mcintosh Albert, carpenter, house 9 

Broadway 
Mcintosh Chas., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house at Wilmington 
Mcintosh Ephraim D., tinman, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 5 Rockwell 

MCINTOSH GEORGE, carriage 
builder, 376 Main. boards 53 Norfolk 
Mcintosh George H., boards 53 Xoriolk 
Mcintosh Hugh, wood turner, Woodburys 

building, Otis, house 210 Broadway 
Mcintosh James, laborer, 308 Main, bds. 

389 do. 
Mcintosh James, sawyer, 162 Broadway, 

rooms 210 do. 
Mcintosh James H., student H. XL, rms. 

8 College House 
Mclntyre James, plasterer, h. 16 Lopez 
Mclntyre William W., printer (117 Frank- 
lin, B.), house 146 Mt. Anburn 
Mclsaac John, carriage mufr., 35 Gore, 

house 149 Cambridge 
Mclver Eliza, house 64 South 
Mclver James, tinsmith, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 16 Valentine 
Mclver Mary A., widow of Edward, house 

14 Andrew 
Mclver Willie J., galvanizer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 14 Andrew 
Mclvers Patrick, laborer, h. r. 15 Baldwin 
McKauna Mary, widow of Patrick, house 

65 Concord avenue 
McKay Alexander, carpenter, h. 14 Eliot 
McKay Daniel, laborer, house 1 Murdock 
McKay Ellen, widow of Jonathan, house 

1 Pioneer avenue 
McKay Gordon, agent McKay Sewing 

Machine Association (29 High, B. ), 

house 24 Arrow and 35 Mt. Auburn 
McKay Henry, laborer, h. 18 Hunting 
McKay Isaac N. A., foreman U. R. Co. 

stable (Watertown) 
McKay James, student H. U., boards 

78 Mt. Auburn 
McKay James J., carpenter, h. 125 Gore 
McKay John, laborer, house r. 19 Gore 
McKay John, laborer, house 3 Lechmere 

building, Lechmere square 
McKay John, teamster, 2S Cambridge, 

rooms 18 Hunting 
McKay John C, shoemaker, h. 407 Cam- 
bridge 
McKay John W., clerk (B.), h. 6 Cherry 
McKay Margaret A., house 130 Spring 
McKay Richard C, student H. U., rooms 

20 Matthews Hall 
McKay Wm., driver U. R. Co., boards 

407 Cambridge 
McKean Annie, widow of Henry, house 

29 Everett 
McKee Geo. H, potter A. H. Hews& Co., 

house 6 Mead 
McKee James, potter, house Crescent av., 

opposite the pottery 
McKee Robert F., painter, h. 16 Holyoke 
McKee Wm. J., laborer, 172 Pearl, boards 

121 Pleasant 



MT. AUBURN CEMETERY 

Lots Bought, Sold and Cared For. 



P. O'BRIEN & SON, 



89 Sparks and 

S20 Jlaiu Streets, 



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McKeen Benjamin P., clerk, h. 28 Franklin 
McKeen Frank, laborer B. & L. R. K., 

boards 9 Second 
McKeever Edward, brick layer, bouse 66 

Cbarles [shire 

McKeever Samuel, laborer, h. 41 Hamp- 
McKeever Win. Mrs., house r. 56 Winter 
McKeever Wm. J., compositor University 

Press, boards 56 Winter 
McKelleget Patrick, wheelwright, house 

267 Cambridge 

McKELLEGET RICHARD J. 
(Morse & McKelleget). lawyer, 97 
Cambridge, and (19 Old State House, 
B.), boards 267 Cambridge 
McKendry Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 

30 Matthews Hall 
McKenna Ann, wid. of Hugh, h.19 Seventh 
McKenna Bernard, laborer, b. 28 Spring 
McKenna Edward, coachman (Brookline), 

house 6 Erie 
McKenna Francis H., boards 114 Spring 
McKenna Hugh, carpenter, house 17 
Willow [ster av. 

McKenna Hugh J., machinist, h. 118 Web- 
McKenna Hugh J., printer (21 Blackstone, 

B.), boards 19 Seventh 
McKenna James, laborer, bds. 28 Spring 
McKenna James, weigher J. Reardon & 

Sons, house 4 Decatur 
McKenna James, teamster, 103 Bridge, 

house 114 Spring 
McKenna James, wire worker, house 458 

Cambridge 
McKenna John, brush maker, h.125 Third 
McKenna John, helper, 126 Portland, h. 

rear 116 Brookline 
McKenna John, laborer, h. 123 Fourth 
McKenna John, laborer, h. 3 Squires ct. 
McKenna John, teamster, h. Ill Spring 
McKenna John J., teamster, b. 414 Camb. 
McKenna Martin, boards 19 Seventh 
McKenna Mathew, boards 19 Seventh 
McKenna Owen, laborer, h. 33 Warren 
McKenna Owen T. J., printer, b. 19 Sev- 
enth [h. 123 Third 
McKenna Patrick, watchman, 168 Gore, 
McKenna Patrick F., teamster, 169 Gore, 
boards 3 Squire's court 

McKenna (B.), house 60 Auburn 

McKenney Alexander, brick-layer, house 

347 Main 
McKenney Cornelius, porter Memorial 

Hall, boards do. 
McKenney N., at Memorial Hall, bds. do. 
McKenney Patrick, carpenter, house 17 

Maynard place 
McKenny Frank, tin peddler, h. 3 Seckel 
McKenzie Alexander, pastor First church 
in Cambridge, and secretary of over- 
seers H. U., house 12 Garden 
McKenzie Alex. D., marker John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 128 River 
McKenzie Daniel, painter, boards 6 Rogers 

block, Main 
McKenzie Geo. F., cabinet maker (B.), h. 
134 Thorn dike 



McKenzie James, potter (Bullard & Scott, 
Allston), house 75 Brookline 

McKenzie James F., painter, house rear 
Robbins block, Prospect 

McKenzie James K., blacksmith, 496 
Main, house 20 Pleasant 

McKenzie John, carpenter, h.|104 Sparks 

McKenzie John R., pressman Riverside 
Press, house 139 Brookline 

McKenzie Katie C. Miss, dressmaker, 184 
Cambridge, house do. 

McKenzie Roderick, carpenter, house 281 
Cambridge [79 Plymouth 

McKenzie Wm., clerk (5 Winter, B.), h. 

McKenzie William, machinist, 368 Main 

McKeon Edward J., machinist, boards 20 
Webster avenue 

McKeon James, barrels, 20 Webster av., 
hou>e do. 

McKeon Michael, teamster W. H. Hazlett 
& Co., house Thorndike. n. Second* 

McKeown John, house 129 Spring 

McKeown Joseph X., laborer, boards 129 
Spring 

McKeown Peter, laborer, bds. 88 Harvard 

McKeown Wm., laborer, h. 37 Charles 

McKeown Wm. Mrs., house rear 26 Vine 

McKeown William F., jig sawyer, house 
141 Winsor 

McKern James, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, b John Starkey's, Waverly 

McKewen Fred., molder, h. 128 Harvard 

McKewen James, house 10 Pine 

McKie Mary E. Mrs., b. 71 Putnam av. 

McKighen Frederick, laborer, house 15 
Elmer 

McKillican Robert, roofer, h. 49 Winter 

McKinley Edward, brass finisher, 368 Main 

McKinley Frank, painter, house 15 Banks 

McKinley Joseph G., clerk (25 Congress, 
B. ), house 2 Douglass court 

McKinley Melissa M. Miss, teacher Alls- 
ton grammar school 

McKinnon Charles E. (Kelley & McKin- 
non), carpenter, 7 Western avenue, h. 
128'Green [189 do. 

McKinnon Hugh, clerk, 191 North av., b. 

McKinnon John, blacksmith helper,Third, 
near gas-works, house Seventh 

McKinnon Wm., helper, b. r. 105 Spring 

McKinnon William, blacksmith, boards 
163 Broadway 

McKinnon , carpenter, h. 510 Main 

McKitben Frederick, teamster, 6| Har- 
vard square, house 16 Elmer 

McKone Wm. T., student H. U., rooms 46 
College House 

McKusick Amasa A. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 
503 Main, house 9 Lake View avenue 

McKusick Leroy P. C, traveling salesman, 
503 Main, house 137 Washington 

McKusick L. El wood (L. E. McKusick & 
Co.), confectionery mnfr., 600 and 602 
Main, house 88 Auburn 

McKusick L. E. & Co. (L. El wood Mc- 
Kusick and Laban Bullock), confec- 
tionery mnfrs., 600 and 602 Main 



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AT BURDITT & WILLIAMS', 
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181 



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McLanathan Bradford, painter, 70 Alls- 
ton, house do. 
McLanathan Bradford X., painter, boards 

70 Allston 
McLane Chas. C.,ice dealer (Drivers Union 

Ice Co.), boards 63 Otis 
McLane Daniel, carpenter John Reardou 

& Sons, house rear 9 Hamilton 
McLane Jas. A. (Harrison & McLane), bill- 
poster, 78 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
McLane John, laborer, h. 01 Brighton 
McLane John, laborer, h. Sibley court 
McLane John, laborer, h. rear 17S Green 
McLane John, Bay State Brick Co., bds. 

10 Roseland 
McLane John S., tinsmith, b. 61 Brighton 
McLane Martha, widow, h. 68 Brighton 
McLane Nancy, widow of Win, h. 63 Gore 
McLane Norman, house 21 Harrison 
McLane, see McLean 
McLarney Patrick, laborer, h. 62 Duuster 
McLaughlin Albert S , coal and wood, 143 

Pleasant, boards 19 Green 
McLaughlin Alonzo, carpenter, h. 19 Green 
McLaughlin Daniel, laborer, house 128^ 

Brookline 
McLaughlin James, house 180 Hampshire 
McLaughlin James, cabinet maker, 23 

Brattle, house at Somerville 
McLaughlin James, cabinet maker, house 

468 Cambridge 
McLaughlin John, clerk, 24 Vine, h. 15 do. 
McLaughlin John B.. bookbinder, h. 

18 Mill 
McLaughlin Joseph A., brush maker (146 

Oliver, B.), house 99 Sixth 
McLaughlin Joseph H., carpenter, house 

37 Winsor 
McLaughlin Mary, wid. of John, h. 4 Vine 
McLaughlin Mary Miss, house 17 Brown 
McLaughlin Michael, brass founder, 308 

Main, house at Somerville 
McLaughlin Patrick, cook (B.), house 8 

Sidney 
McLaughlin Patrick, coachman, 335 Har- 
vard, house 432 Broadway 
McLaughlin Patrick H, machinist, house 

94 Tremont 
McLaughlin Rebecca Mrs., h. 17 Brown 
McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, h. 9 Porter 
McLaughlin William, cntter oil-clothing, 

house 86 Tine 
McLaughlin William H., glass blower, 

boards 4 Houghton 
McLay Andrew C, driver U. R. Co., bds. 

91 Putnam avenue 
McLean Alexander, house 173 Elm 
McLean Archibald, sand paperer, 624 

Main, boards 21 Harrison 
McLean Archibald J., sandpaperer, 624 

Main, boards 21 Harrison 
McLean Geo. W., carpenter, h. 188 Green 
McLean Isaac, carpenter (32 Lancaster, 

B.), house 5 Rice 
McLean James, blacksmith, 454 Main, h. 

at Somerville 
McLean John, painter, h. rear 178 Green 



McLean John, finisher, 624 Main, boards 

3 Rollins court 
McLean John, brush-maker, h. 107 Winsor 
McLean John, clerk Bay State Brick Co., 

boards 10 Roseland 
McLean J., driver U. R. Co. 
McLean, see McLane 
McLellan Stephen, helper, 35 Gore,h. 47 do. 
McLennon William, house 80 Harvard 
McLeod Archibald S., fish and oysters, 3 

Brewer block, Brattle square, house 

2 Symonds block. DeWolf 
McLeod A. J., conductor U. R. Co. 
McLeod Malcolm, machinist, h. 120 Spring 
McLeod Win., machinist, house 6 Second 

street court 
McMahan Owen, laborer, boards 4 Water 
McMahan Thomas, laborer, h. 152 Green 
McMahan Thomas, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 

242 Cambridge 
McMahon Ed\vard,boarding-house,4 Water 
McMahon Ellen, widow, house 4 Water 
McMahon James, laborer, h. 176 Franklin 
McMahon John, blacksmith, h. 50 Cedar 
McMahon Julia, widow of Thomas, house 

ISO Bridge 
McMahon Michael, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 4 Decatur 
McMahon Thomas, carriage-trimmer, 

Church, opp. Palmer. h. 20 Mt. Auburn 
McMahon Wm. F., carriage-trimmer, r. 10 

Brattle, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
McMahon Wm. IL.hackman,h. 45 Porter 
McMahon William J., clerk (122 Canal,B.), 

boards 45 Porter 
McMann Brian, porter U. R. Co., Harvard 

square, house 8 Baldwin court 
McMann Eliza, widow of Thomas, house 

72 Wright 
McMann James, laborer, house Murray, 

near Brighton 
McMann John F., clerk, 5 Harvard row, 

house 12 Appian-way 
McMannis Felix, laborer X. E. Glass Co., 

house 99 Gore 
McMannis John, laborer, h. 81 Brighton 
McManus James, brush-maker, house 66 

Broadway 
McManus John, shoemaker, h. 41 Banks 
McManus Patrick, driver U. R. Co. 
McManus Terrauce, junk, h. 8 Conlon ct. 
McMaster Robert, boiler-maker, 72 Main, 

house 2 Broadway 
McMaster William H., baker, 502 Main, 

house 20 Decatur 
McMasters George C, cabinet-maker (96 

Beverly, B.), house 32 Green 
McMath Ellen, widow of William, house 

150 Charles 
McMaugh Barnard W., brick-layer, house 

210 Columbia ■ 
McMaugh Patrick, soap-maker Hale, Teele 

& Bisbee, house 143 Winsor 
McMeniman Charles, house 24 Jefferson 
McMeniman Charles jr., shade-painter, 

Blanche, boards 24 Jefferson 
McMeniman Jas., laborer, b. 24 Jefferson 



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McMenimen Charles E., painter, boards 

68 Winter 
McMenimen Frank A., boards 68 Winter 
McMenimen John E., machinist (65 High, 

B.), boards 68 Winter 
McMenimen Joseph M., teamster, boards 

6b Winter 
McMenimen Mary, widow of William M., 

house 68 Winter 
McMenimen William H., police, station 3, 

house 56 Winter 
McMichael Winfield L, hairdresser (B.), 

house 555 Main 
McMullen John, laborer, h. 236 Franklin 
McMullin William, machinist, h. 8 Third 
MeMullins James, laborer, h. 14 Warren 
McMurray Peter, blacksmith, Church, 

corner Palmer, house 65 Brattle 
McXabb Anges. carpenter, h. 36 Harvard 
McXabb Hector, laborer, 172 Pearl, house 

27 Walnut court 
McXabb Hugh S., boot-maker, 906 Main, 

boards 6 Harvard square 
McXabb John, tinsmith, bds. 36 Harvard 
McXall George, glass-blower Union Glass 

Co., house 258 Bridge 
McXall George H, brush-maker (144 Oli- 
ver, B.), boards 258 Bridge 
McXall John, brush-maker, h. 167 Winsor 
McXally Alice, wid. of Jas.. h. 12 Railroad 
McXally Daniel, boot-maker, 43£ Cam- 
bridge, hou-e 25 Fourth 
McXally Peter Mrs., house 33 Carson 
McXamara Arthur W., wood-turner, 346 

Main, boards 17 Allston 
McXamara Daniel, laborer, bds. 3 Ninth 
McXamara Daniel, laborer, 368 Main, 

house 16 Hayes court 
McXamara James, city teamster, house 85 

Brookline 
McXamara James, driver TJ. R. Co., house 

Holworthy, near Belmont 
McXamara John, cooper Jaynes & Co., 

boards rear 126 Brookline 
McXamara John, laborer, h. 171 Franklin 
McXamara John, laborer, h. 273 Cambridge 
McXamara John, varnisher, house 417 

Cambridge [Hamilton 

McXamara Malachi, city teamster, h. 9 
McXamara Mary, widow of William, house 

5 Short 

McXamara Matthias, wood-tumer, 624 
Main, boards 17 Allston, corner Bell 

McXamara Michael, wood-turner (34 Bev- 
erly, B. ), house 17 Allston, cor. Bell 

McXamara Patrick, city laborer, house 
rear 126 Brookline [Ninth 

McXamara Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, b. S 

McXamara Thomas, upholsterer (B.), 
house 5 Short 

McXamara Thomas, laborer A. Cochrane 

6 Co., boards at Somerville 
McXamara Thomas, brass-finisher, 368 

Main, boards rear 126 Brookline 
McXamara Timothy, laborer, 368 Main 
McXamara William, wood-turner (34 Bev- 
erly, B.), boards 17 Allston 



McNarnara William, engineer, house 305 
Cambridge [Athens 

McXamee Hugh J., police, station 1, h. 3 
McXamee James H., foreman, Mt. Au- 
burn, opp. Elmwood avenue, house 
269 Mt. Auburn 
McXamee John, brass-finisher, b. 49 Clark 
McX T amee John, laborer, h. r. 58 Winter 
McXamee John, proprietor Union Mar- 
ble Works,Mt. Auburn, opposite Elm- 
wood avenue, house 23 Grigg 
McXamee John, grocer, 333 Main, h. do. 
McXamee John H. H. (McXamee & Stin- 
son), bookbinder, 1£ Brattle, house 
12 Gerry [Winter 

McXamee John J., laborer, boards r. 58 
McXamee Robert, laborer, h. 20 Hayes ct. 
McXamee William A., marble-worker, Mt. 
Auburn, opposite Elmwood avenue, 
boards 23 Grigg 
McXamee & Stinson (John H. H. Mc- 
Namee and James A. Stinson), book- 
binders, U Brattle 
McXaughton Anthony, milkman, 69 All- 
ston, house do. 
McXaughton Daniel, teamster (76 Merri- 

mac, B.), house 69 Allston 
McXaughton Lizzie M. Miss, dressmaker, 

69 Allston, boards do. 
McXaughton Lottie C. Miss, music teach- 
er, 69 Allston, boards do. 
McXaughton, see Xaughton 
McXeil Angus, carpenter, h. 380 Camb'dge 
McXeil, see Neil and Xeill 
McXeill Edward, painter, bds. 18 Laurel 
McXeill James, laborer, house 35 School 
McXeill James, carpenter, h. 70 Spruce 
McXeill, see Neil and Xeill 
McXichol Daniel, laborer, house 10 Vine 
McNichol John, laborer, boards 80 Spring 
McNichol Patrick, laborer (B.), house 273 

Cambridge 
McNinch Robert W. (Cummings, Kenuey 
<& Co.), lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison 
Point bridge, house 64 Thorndike 
McNinch Samuel, bookkeeper Cummings, 
Kenney & Co., Bridge, opp. Prison 
Point bridge, boards at Boston 
McNott Mary, widow of Wm., h. 23 Vine 
McNulty Daniel, laborer, h. 23 Hunting 
McNulty Daniel, house 24 Harding 
McXulty Hugh, laborer, house Garden 

court, last on left 
McXulty Michael, laborer, house 24 North 
McXulty Michael (Navy Yard, Charles- 
town), boards 96 Spring 
McXulty Rose Miss, house 96 Spring 
McPadden P.. iron-molder, 368 Main 
McPeak John, tin peddler, b. 64 Charles 
McPeak Patrick, grocer, 64 Charlesji. do. 
McPeck James H., clerk, 161 Prospect, 

boards 159 do. 
McPeck John, boards 161 Prospect 
McPeck Neal, liquors, 161 Prospect, house 

159 do. 
McPhail Alice M. Mrs., h. 60 Mt. Auburn 
McPhail Colen A., carpenter, bds. 5 Rice 



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McPhail Edward A., clerk, 9 Brattle, bds. 

60 Mt. Auburn 
McPberson Ewen R., flour and com. mer. 

(204 State, B.), bouse 61 Chestnut 
McPberson George, clerk (204 State, B.), 

bouse 63 Chestnut 
McPberson Geo. R. Mrs., h. 64 Cbestnut 
McPberson James, iron molder, 368 Main, 

boards Holly 
McPberson Jobn, clerk (204 State, B.), 

house 4 Floience 
McQuade Henry W., house rear 19 Vine 
McQuade John F., brass finisher (B.), 

boards 90 Spring 
McQuade Patrick, laborer,h. r. 28 Harding 
McQuade Patrick, laborer, house rear 382 

Cambridge 
McQuade Patrick jr., bootblack, bouse 

rear 382 Cambridge 
McQuade Terrence, laborer, h. 86 Fifth 
McQualters YVrn., coffin m aker, 203 Bridge 

house at Charlestown 
McQueen Alexander, cooper Jaynes & 

Co., boards 44 Brookline 
McQuesten Jobn L., engineer B. & L. R. 

R., house 91 Fourth 
McQuigin Patrick, laborer, bouse New, 

near F. R. R. 
McQuilkin James H., optician, 53 Cherry' 

house do. 
McQuillan Mary A., widow of Thomas, 

house 4 Decatur 
McRae Kenneth, currier, house 54 Cedar 
McRaith Charles W., printer University 

Press, boards 29 Holyoke 
McSamara Jobn, laborer, 368 Main 
McShea John, teamster, b. rear 9 Fourth 
McSorley Archibald, carpenter, rear 577 

Main, bouse 564 do. 
McSorley James P., provisions, junction 

Bridge and Winter, b. 8 Stevens ct. 
McSorley Jobn, bouse 62 Spring 
McSorley John, house 16 Vine 
McSorley John E., driver U. R. Co., bds. 

62 Spring 
McSorley Peter, driver U. R. Co. 
McSorley Peter F., driver U. R. Co., bds. 

62 Spring 
McSorley Thos., teamster, b. 8 Stevens ct. 
McSweeney Bernard, stone-cutter, 29 

Main, boards 107 Spruce 
McSweeney Daniel, laborer, b. 114 Third 
McSweeney Edward D., cutter H. M. Saw- 
yer, boards 114 Third 
McSweeney Michael, laborer, b. 139 Bridge 
McSweeney Patrick, laborer, b. 107 Spruce 
McSweeney, see Sweeney 
McVay John, pottery, 9 Harvey, b. 11 do. 
McVeber Anges, blacksmith B. & L. R. 

R., house 118 Spring 
McWade Owen, finisher (B.), boards rear 

61 Gore 
McWhite Thos., laborer, h. 12 Brewery 
Meacom George E., apothecary, 105 Cam- 
bridge, house at Lynn 
Mead A. Eugene, produce (43 North Mark- 
et, B.), house 9 Rice 



Mead Charles C, printer(223 Washington, 

B.), house 322 Harvard 
Mead Charles W.. printer (223 Wasbing- 

B.), boards 322 Harvard 
Mead John F., mason and builder, b.l Jay 
Mead Mary, widow of Wm., b. 8 Meacham 
Mead Mary, widow of Charles W., bouse 

108 Inman 
Mead Thomas, laborer, house 79 Bolton 
Mead Walter V., case maker, 624 Main, 

boards 465 do. 
Mead Wm., provisions (12 Blackstone 

Market, B.), b. Wm. R. Mead's, Elm 
Mead Wm. R., provisions, h. Elm. n. Beech 
Meade Frank B., clerk, 152 Harvard, bds. 

179i do. 
Meade Jobn W., machinist, 368 Main, 

house 85 Elm 
Meadows Elizabeth M., widow, boards 65 

Magazine 
Meagher William H.. coachman, 8 Maple 

avenue, boards 89 Hancock 
Medina Manuel, sand paperer, bouse 36 

Cambridge 
Medios Frank, cabi net maker,44 Cambridge 
Meech John Henry, plumber l58 Fulton, 

B.), bouse 6 Blanche 
Meehan Thomas, cabinet maker, house 

19 Third 
Megan Andrew, barrel maker Jaynes & 

Co., boards 48 Andrew 
Megan Francis J., stock clerk (67 Com- 
mercial, B.), house 48 Andrew 
Megan John, laborer Jobn Reardon & 

Sons, boards 48 Andrew 
Megan Thomas, house 48 Andrew 
Megroth Charles H., carpenter, house 43 

Western avenue 
Megroth Charles W., action maker, 139 

Broadway, house 7 Rockwell 
Megroth Wm. X., piano action maker, 

house 93* Green 
Meharg Joseph, groceries and provisions. 

149 Pleasant, house 132 do. 
Meharg Robert R., clerk, 149 Pleasant, 

boards 132 do. 
Mebegan Ellen, wid. of John, b. 112 Third 
Mehegan Robert J., pressman (255 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 112 Third 
Melcher Daniel R., organ maker, 624 Main, 

house 27 Pleasant 
Melcher John S., student H. U., rooms 

59 Thayer Hall 
Melcher Lindley R., washer, 12 Green, 

bouse 6 do. 
Melick Wm., baker, 502 Main. b. 516 do. 
Melledge James H., student H. U., house 

335 Harvard 
Melledge James P., merchant (3 Mer- 
chants row, B.), bouse 335 Harvard 
Melledge Mary Miss, house 335 Harvard 
Melledge Robert J., house 335 Harvard 

M ELLEN JA3IES (Curtis Davis & 
Co.), soap mnfr., 1SS to 194 Broadway 
and (136 State, B.), house 31 Essex 
Mellen James E.. instructor in sparring 
H. U. Gymnasium, house 13 Mellen 



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Mellen Thomas, glass maker, house 141 
Webster avenue 

Melley Patrick, laborer, house Garden ct. 

Melley Patrick, soapmaker, house 6 Jay 

Melley, see Malley 

Mellon Michael, dry pressman Riverside 
Press, house 92 Banks 

Mellor Jos. S., cooper, b. 11 Leigh ton ct. 

Meloon Hopkins H., produce (19 Black- 
stone, B. ), house 67 Third 

Meloon Minnie A. Miss, music teacher, 
boards G7 Third 

Meloon Seviah, widow of David C, house 
67 Third 

Meloon Wm. II., conductor U. R. Co., h. 
504 Cambridge 

Melville Edward, cook, 122 Cambridge, h. 

1 Sixth 

Melvin Charles, clerk (520 Washington, 

B. ), house 214 Cambridge 
Melvin Edward, clerk, 122 Cambridge, h. 

Sixth, corner Gore 
Melvin John Mrs., house 29 Winthrop 
Melvin John H., machinist, boards 180 

Broadway 
Melvin Lydia W., widow, h. rear 27 Pine 
Melvin Michael, confectioner, house 29 

Winthrop 

MELZARD JOHN F., grocer, 43 
Brook line, house do. 
Melzard Thomas M., expressman, house 

2 Elmer 

Menard John H., stair-builder, h. 79 Vine 
Menix Murthy, boards 147 Main 
Menix Patrick, laborer, house 147 Main 
Mention John, boards 83 Putnam avenue 
Mercer Wm. L., broker (50 School, B.), h. 

78 Inman 
Mercer William W., janitor, h. 34 Brewery 
Meriam Emeline, wid. of Wm., house 11 

Clinton 
Meriam John N., 169 Gore,h. 143 Magazine 
Merriam Albert Mrs., h. 369 Cambridge 
Merriam George EL, insurance agent (153 

Tremont, B.), house 3 Tenney 
Merrick Frederick F., laborer, house 55 

Washington 
Merrick Fred H., laborer, h. 37 Portland 
Merrick Richard, laborer, 126 Portland, h. 

2 Jefferson [at Boston 

Merrifield Francis S., clerk, 6 Brattle, b. 
Merrifield Otis E., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 

59 Wright 
Merrifield Walter L., express (40 Court 

square, B.), boards 385 North avenue 
Merrill Charles, carpenter, boards 3 

Holly avenue 
Merrill Charles R., sausage-maker, house 

rear 335 Cambridge 
Merrill David G., foreman, 3 Hampshire, 

house 30 Norfolk 
Merrill Edward R., student H. U., rooms 

70 College House 
Merrill Elijah H., law student H. U., rms. 

9 Story 
Merrill Eugene E., jeweler (353 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 30 Norfolk 



Merrill Frank, machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house at Charlestown 
Merrill Frederic D., regulator, 624 Main, 

house at Woburn 
Merrill George Edward, entry clerk (38 

Avon, B.), bds. 17 Ellsworth avenue 

MERRILL, GEORGE S., boots and 
shoes (469 Washington, B.), house 65 

Dana 
Merrill Herbert S., metals (178 Commer- 
cial, B.), h. Russell, corner Orchard * 
Merrill Horace A., carpenter, h. 24 Rice * 
Merrill Joseph F., printer, h. 86 Moore 
Merrill J. Warren, treas. (24 and 25 N. Y. 

Mutual Insurance building, 95 Milk, 

B.), house 400 Broadway 
Merrill Lorenzo, foreman, 16i) Gore, house 

106 Cambridge 
Merrill Louis B., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 30 Norfolk [h. do. 

Merrill Sarah F., dressmaker, 37 Brattle, 
Merrill Stephen, machinist, 72 Main 
Merrill Susan E. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, boards 31 Bigelow 
Merrill T. Watson (24 and 25 N. Y. Mut. 

Ins. bldg., 95 Milk, B.), h. 400 B'dway, 
Merrill Walter A., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

house 180 Harvard 
Merrill William, wheelwright, house 7 

Lambert avenue 
Merritt Edgar A., mason, bds. 51 Winsor 
Merritt Edwin H, wood-turner, house 119 

Harvard 
Merritt Edwin P., student H. U., rooms 

23 Holworthy Hall 
Merritt Elisha L., mason, h. 51 Winsor 
Merritt Kate Mrs., house 212 Cambridge 
Merrow James J. Mrs., house 7 Meacham 
Merry Angus, at W. H. Hazlett &■ Co.'s, 

First, corner Thorndike 
Merwin Arthur G., student H. U., rooms 

16 Thayer Hall 
Messer Chas. A., engineer B. & L. R. R., 

house 93 Thorndike 
Messer Dan Y., bookkeeper ( 199 State, B.), 

boards 114 North n venue 
Messer Daniel E. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), 

grocer, 159 Harvard, rooms 177| do. 
Messer D. E. & Bro. (Daniel E. and Gor- 

ham B. Messer), grocers, 159 Harvard 
Messer Eliza J. Mrs., h. 1L4 NorLh avenue 
Messer Gorham B. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), 

grocer, 159 Harvard, boards 140 do. 
Messer James, laborer, boards 157 Winsor 
Messer Lucy, widow of Willard, house 28 

Shepard 
Messer Stillman, house 140 Harvard 
Messer Wm. A., furniture-mover, 97 Web- 
ster avenue, house 94 do. 
Mestler Edward A., boots and shoes, 7 

Prospect, house 23 Essex 
Metcalf Charles C, printer Boston Tran- 
script (324 Washington, B.j,h. 2 Sidney 
Metcalf Charles EL, student Scientific 

school, rooms 28 Divinity Hall 
Metcalf Greenleaf W., fly-finisher, 162 
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Metcalf Louisa C. Miss, h. 154 Mt. Auburn 
Me teal f Nancy C, widow of Chas. R., h. 

lo4 Mt. Auburn 
Metcalf Willard L., artist (440 Treruont, 

B.), boards 1 Allston court 
Metcalf Wm. S., compiler and proof-read- 
er at Green ough's Directory office (31 

Milk, B ), house 22 Lowell 
Metzger Andrew, vocalist, house 158 Otis 
Metzger Chas., organ-tuner, b. 10 Seventh 
Metzger Elizabeth, widow of Andrew, h. 

10 Seventh 
Metzger Joseph, music-recorder, and sa- 
loon, 200 Cambridge, house do.. 
Meyer Henrich, engineer (Herald bldg., 

B.), house 43 Reed 
Meyer John, varnisher F. G-. F. Co., house 

214 Cambridge 
Middlebrook Caspar, currier, h. 112 Oxford 
Midgely Thomas, carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

shop ( [70 Greeu 

Miethke Herman, varnisher, 624 Main, h. 
Mifflin Geo. H. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), 

printer Riverside Press, and (Hough- 
ton, Mifflin & Co.), publisher (4 Park, 

B. ), house at Boston 
Miles Alfred E., student H. U., rooms 13 

Matthews Hall 
Miles Dennis W\, harness maker, boards 

60 Broadway 
Miles Edmund, foreman University Press, 

house 4 Charles River 
Miles Elizabeth, widow of Edward, house 

60 Broadway 
Miles Fernando, foreman River street sta- 
ble U. R. Co., h. 91 Putnam avenue 
Miles Frank H., stereotyper University 

Press, house 37 Ash 
Miles Mary, widow, house 335 Cambridge 
Miles Richard J., brass finisher, boards 

60 Broadway 
Miles Richard M., plumber B. & L. R. R. 

shop 
Miles Wm. S., engraver (5 Temple place, 

B.), boards 4 Charles River 
Miles, see Myles 
Millan Alexander, fish and oysters, 17 

Brattle, house 12 DeWolf 
Millan Horace E., driver, 502 Main, boards 

12 DeWolf 
Millard William, tinsmith (79 North, B.), 

house 106 Pearl 
Millen Wm. A., dental student (23 Tre- 

mont, B.), boards 101 Allston 
Millen Wm. H., turner, 624 Main, boards 

36 Pearl 
Millen Wm. J., harness maker (1 and 3 

Sudbury, B. ), house 101 Allston 
Miller Charles, cabinet maker, 384 Main, 

house 62 Harvard 
Miller Charles H., gardener, 62 North av., 

boards do. 
Miller Claborn C, carpet cleaner, 601 and 

622 Main, house rear 33 Hastings 
Miller David, house 450 Broadway 
Miller Donald, carpenter U. R. Co., Dun- 

ster, house at Somerville 



Miller Ellen, wid. of Geo.,h.7 Appian-way 
Miller Ellis F., undertakers' materials (19 

Washington, B.), house 13 Roseland 
Miller Fanny C. Mrs., house 122 Hancock 
Miller Frederick, cooper, bds. 17 Cherry 
Miller Frederick A., upholsterer, house 

128 Winsor 
Miller Frieman, decorator N. E. Glass Co., 

house 106 Spring 
Miller George H., watches and jewelry, 

637 Main, boards 32 Brookline 
Miller Ingram B., carpenter, State, house 

7 Appian-way 
]\/TILLEli JAMES, provisions (40 F. 
Ill H. sq. B.), boards Cyrus Peaslee's, 

Richdale avenue 
Miller James, waiter Memorial Hall, rms. 

2£ Holmes place 
Miller James H., blacksmith (9 Lime, B.), 

house 18 Upton 
Miller John, foreman C. W. W., City Hall, 

house 20 Upton 
Miller John, boiler maker (B.), house 120 

Harvard 
Miller John, ales, wines, liquors, etc., 174 

Hampshire, house at Somerville 
Miller John, laborer, house 120 Harvard 
Miller John, painter, 642 Main, boards 120 

Harvard 
Miller John, varnisher, boards 98 Fifth 
Miller John A., driver U. R. Co., boards 

31 Mill 
Miller Joseph, brushmaker, rms. 75 Gore 
Miller Joseph, 44 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 
Miller Joseph, sand paperer, 54 Bridge 
Miller Magdalene, widow, house 98 Fifth 
Miller M iry A., widow of John a T., house 

31 Mill 
Miller Samuel, seaman, house 25 Fourth 
Miller Stuart C, produce (104 F. H. Mark- 
et, B.), house 122 Hancock 
Miller William, laborer, h.215 Mt. Auburn 
Miller William F. (Miller, Woodland & 

Co.), turner, 380 Main, h. 62 Harvard 
Miller Wm. G., foreman (Water, corner 

Chamber, Chailestown),h. 9 Franklin 
Miller Wm. H., bookkeeper (46 Summer, 

B.), house 133 Spring 
Miller Wm. Martin, piano hammer maker, 

555 Main, house 54 Columbia 
Miller Wm. T., cabinet maker, 384 Main, 

boards 120 Harvard 
Miller, Woodland & Co. (William F. Miller 

and Joshua G. Woodland), wood and 

ivory turners, rear 380 Main 
Millet Felix, broom maker, house Dublin, 

near Walden 
Millett Geo. W., printer Riverside Press, 

house 85£ Putnam avenue 
Milligan Daniel H., shoemaker, 36 Fifth, 

house 159 Norfolk 
Milligan Jas., tailor (32 School, B.), house 

28 Fayette 
Milligan John D. (U. S. N.'), b. 28 Fayette 
Milligan William, dentist, 613 Main, bds. 

28 Fayette 



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Milliken Jas. E., express, 12 Brattle and 
(2(3 Devonshire, B. ), h. 8 Mt. Auburn 

Milliken James S. (Texas), house 8 Mt. 
Auburn 

Millis Samuel E., porter, house 6 Elmer 

Millmore Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., 201 
Main, house 2 Hannum's block, rear 

114 Broadway 

Mills Abbot Low, student H. U., rooms 

43 Weld Hall 
Mills Benj. F., clerk (304 Washington,!*.), 

and stenograph teacher, 111 Magazine, 

house do. 
Mills Benj. F., clerk (70 Devonshire, B.), 

boards 64 Winter 
Mills Charles, civil engineer Middlesex 

county, house at Somerville 
Mills Charles H., wood engraver (2 Alden 

court, B.), boards 64 Winter 
Mills David S.,hatter(377 Washington,B.), 

house 72 Inman 
Mills Frank, machinist, house 115 Green 
Mills James, hairdresser (122 Cambridge, 

B.), house 45 Winsor 
Mills Jas. H., cabinet maker, h. 64 Winter 
Mills Jas. II. jr., cane chair seater, boards 

64 Winter 
Mills Sarah A., widow, house 40 Erie 
Mills Wm., carpenter, h. 189 Mt. Auburn 
Mills Wm. jr., teamster, b.189 Mt. Auburn 
Milne Robert Mrs., house 201 North av. 
Milner Frederick S., carriage painter, 178 

North avenue, house 310 do. 
Milstead Thomas G., student H. U., bds. 

23 Irving 
Mimneugh Jas., hostler, h. 219 Cambridge 
Minane John, laborer, h. 7 Maynard place 
Minane Thomas H., granite polisher, bds. 

7 Maynard place 

Minard Althene S., widow of George, 

dressmaker, 623 Main, house do. 
Mindig Jane, widow of Philip, house rear 

115 Columbia 

Minehan John, laborer, house 18 Reed 
Miner Fred. L., clerk, 161 Cambridge,bds. 

89Thorndike 
Miner Henry A., apothecary, 161 Cam- 
bridge, house 89 Thorndike 
Miner Wm., laborer, h. 27 Washington 
Minot Elizabeth, widow of George, house 

3S Concord avenue 
Minott James M., apothecary, 415 and 528 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Minskey Frank, laborer, h. r. 12 Winter 
Minturn Robert S., student H. U., rooms 

8 Holyoke House 

Mirick Augusta G. Mrs., teacher Putnam 
grammar school, h. 139 Thorndike 

Mirick George A., clerk, 168 Cambridge, 
boards 139 Thorndike 

Mirranda Alexander, seaman, h. 18 Gore 

Misener John A., wood worker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 53 Raymond 

Mitchell Alexander, laborer Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, h. Huron, n. Lake View av. 

Mitchell Chas. A., student H. U., rooms 
29 Stoughton Hall 



Mitchell Eliza J., teacher Sargent primary 
school, boards 116 Winsor 

Mitchell Elizabeth Mrs., h. 60 Hastings 

Mitchell Elizabeth H., widow, house 89 
Plymouth 

Mitchell Frederick M., clerk( 181 Congress, 
B.), boards 28 Front 

Mitchell George E., stereotyper, boards 
108 Putnam avenue 

Mitchell George L., glass cutter, house 
113 Thorndike 

Mitchell Henry A., house 28 Front 

Mitchell John, laborer, bds. 8 Hastings 

Mitchell John, jig sawyer, State, house at 
at Boston 

Mitchell Joseph Frank, stereotyper River- 
side Press, house 221 Pearl 

Mitchell Mary, widow, house 8 Hastings 

Mitchell Michael, plumber, 157 North av., 
house at Boston 

Mitchell Reuben, master mariner, house 
100 Columbia 

Mitchell Sollace, student H. U., rooms 21 
Matthews Hall [house do. 

Mitchell Thomas, grocer. 14 Hancock, 

Mitchell Thomas, machinist, h. 110 Gore 

Mitchell William, harness-maker, Cam- 
bridge, junc. Bridge, h. 116 Winsor 

Mitchell William, laborer, b. 8 Hastings 

Mitchem Sylvanus, engineer B. & L. R. R., 
house 62 Cambridge 

Mitiver Noel, clerk, 113 Spruce, house do. 

Mittell Eugene, house 1 Cedar square 

Mitton Edward J., salesman (450 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 18 Lee 

Mockridge Geo. R., tel. operator (122 
State, B.), house 34 Sidney 

Moellers Charles, printer University Press, 
boards 32 Brookline 

Moellers Franks., jeweler (432 Washing- 
ton, B. ), boards 32 Brookline 

Moellers George G., blacksmith (Allston), 
house 32 Brookline 

Moellers George G., blacksmith (Allston), 
boards 32 Brookline 

Moellers George H., watchmaker, boards 
32 Brookline 

Moellers Henry, machinist (Haverhill.B.), 
boards 32 Brookline 

Moeser Philip, cigar maker, h. 20 Hastings 

Moffat Reuben B., student H. (J., rooms 
5 Weld Hall 

Moffatt Patrick, laborer,368 Main,b.329 do. 

Moffatt William, iron melter, 368 Main, h. 
9 Rogers block, Main 

Moller Axle B., clerk (99 Broad, B.), h. 
762 Main 

Moller Christian B. (Moller & Co.), pro- 
visions, 403 Main and 103 Prospect, 
house 36 Cherry 

Moller & Co. (Christian B. Moller and 
Charles Olson), provisions, 403 Main 
and 103 Prospect 

Moloney Daniel, tin plate and sheet iron 
worker, Otis, cor. Eighth, h. do. 

Moloney Philip, shoemaker, 114 Broad- 
way, house do. 



LUMBER, r^stf&^n^e^' MOULDINGS. 

Order Box 9 Ayer's Stable* 904 Main Street, Old Cambridge. 



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Moloney William A., printer University 
Press, house 19 Baldwin 

Momptois Louis, soap boiler John Rear- 
don & Sons, boards 2 Lawrence 

Monaghan Bridget Miss, house 8 Fifth 

Monaghan Patrick, currier, h. r. 50 Spruce 

Monahan Henry, tailor, 453 Main, boards 
403 do. 

Monblo Francis T. N., stoves, 188 Cam- 
bridge, house 87 Vine 

Mongan Eliza M. Mrs., confectionery and 
fancy goods, 199 Cambridge, boards 
219 North avenue 

Monier August, carpenter, h. 131 Dublin 

Monihan Michael, laborer, house 2 Grant 

Monroe Amos, house 03 Auburn 

Monroe Charles W. Mrs., house Sacra- 
mento place, 2d on left 

Monroe Harriet B. Miss, copyist, Otis, 
corner Second, boards at Boston 

Monroe, see Munro and Munroe 

Montague Charles Hibbard, b. 20 Fayette 

Montague Edward, wood-turner, boards 
ISli Harvard 

Montague Samuel L., com. mer. (288 
Atlantic av., B.), house 20 Fayette 

Montague Sarah A. Mrs., fancy goods, 12 
Inman square, house 20 Fayette 

Monte Louis, tinsmith, house 193 Main 

Montgomery Charles S., real estate agent 
(31 Motte, B.), house 224 Putnam av. 

Montgomery Edward, sawyer, 102 Broad- 
way, boards 12 Rogers block, Main 

Montgomery Eliza J., widow of Wm. H., 
house 22 Brookline 

Montgomery George, city lamplighter, 
house 40 Hampshire 

Montgomery George, teamster, b. 93 Third 

Montgomery Marcus, m older, 102 Broad- 
way, boards 12 Rogers block, Main 

•Montgomery Robert A., printer (238 
Washington, B.), house 11 Rogers 
block, Main 

Montgomery Simpson, spring bed maker 
(0 Beach, B.), house 40 Plymouth 

Montgomery Thomas, lamplighter, house 
93 Third [193 Broadway 

Montgomery Wm. G., soap-maker, house 

Montgomery Wm. H. Mrs., express, 500 
Main and (10 F. H. square, B.), house 
22 Brookline 

Montgomery Wm. J., driver Montgomery 
express, boards 22 Brookline 

Moody B. Appleton, steam piper, 368 
Main, house 120 Magazine 

Moody Charles E., grocer (75 Commercial, 
B.), boards 20 Lee 

Moody John H., foreman (238 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 349 Broadway 

Moody Win., machinist (53 Beverly, B.), 
house 24 Pearl 

Mooney Alice, widow of Wm. J., house 
183 Columbia 

Mooney A. M., widow, h. 09| Mt. Auburn 

Mooney Bernard, laborer, bds. 4 Water 

Mooney Bernard jr., plumber (B.), house 
5 Linehan block, Third 



Mooney Daniel, house 107 Tremont 
Mooney Edward, laborer, house 10 East 
Mooney Geo. F., boiler maker, 92 Main, 

house 100 do. 
Mooney James, laborer, house Rolling 

Mill block, Bristol 
Mooney John, laborer, house Hastings 
Mooney John A., teamster, h. 12 Harding 
Mooney John E., boarding-house, 5 Linden 
Mooney John M., boots and shoes, 177 

Cambridge, house 73 Third 
Mooney Morris, expressman, b. Harvard 

square [Hastings 

Mooney Patrick, brass worker, house 6 
Mooney Wm., machinist, 72 Main, boards 

at Boston 
Mooney William L., tinsmith, 502 Main, 

house 450 Cambridge 
Mooney Wm. M. Mrs., h. 2 Hastings sq. 
Moor Clark R. Rev., house 5 Walnut av. 
Moor James C, grocer, 192 Cambridge, 

rooms 141 Otis 
Moor, see Moors 

Moore Alfred, porter, h. r. 133 Columbia 
Moore Arthur, 102 Broadway, b. 47 Wiusor 
Moore Brothers (Ephraim M. and Joseph 

W. Moore), provisions, 432 Cambridge 
Moore Charles (Charles Moore & Co.), 

hardware, etc., 8 Brattle, house Lang- 
don, near North avenue 
Moore Charles, grease collector, house 

Harvey, corner Jackson 

MOORE CHARLES & CO. 
(Chas. and Edward R. Moore), hard- 
ware, 8 Brattle 

Moore Charles H., Instructor in Drawing 
and Principles of Design H. U., house 
19 Follen 

Moore Charles W. Mrs., house 10 Tremont 

Moore Clarence A., confectioner (37 Un- 
ion, B.), rooms City blclg., Brattle sq. 

Moore Cyrus J., clothes cleaner, 447| 
Main, house 30 Hastings 

Moore Daniel, laborer, boards 39 Hastings 

Moore David H., musician, house 3 
Allston court 

Moore Edmond J., baker, 502 Main, house 
159 Franklin 

Moore Edward R. (Charles Moore & Co.), 
hardware, etc., 8 Brattle, h. 24 Mellen 

Moore Edwin G., bookkeeper (178 Pur- 
chase, B.), house 29 Inman 

Moore Ellen, widow, house 92 Harvard. 

Moore Ephraim M. (Moore Bros.), provis- 
ions, 432 Cambridge, house 432| do. 

Moore Frank, packer, 203 Bridge, boards 
at Waltham 

Moore George A., architect, bds. 132 Mt. 
Auburn 

Moore George D., student H. U., rooms 
14 Holyoke House 

Moore George H. (Lenfest & Moore), 
printer, 08 Cambridge, bds. 22 Sixth 

Moore Hannah E. Miss, house 47 Magazine 

Moore James, grease collector, house 3 
Essex court 

Moore James, brass finisher, 308 Main 



TOMBS, 



MONUMENTS & CURBINGS, Designed and Constructed, 

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Moore Jane, widow of Alexander, house 

rear 43 Clark 
Moore Jane, wid. of Nicholas, h. 17 Gerry 
Moore John, laborer, house 98 Spruce 
Moore Johu, house rear 131 Columbia 
Moore John A., piano action maker, bds; 

275 Broadway 
Moore John A., painter, 51 Pleasant, b. do. 
Moore John F., confectionery, house 186 

Hampshire 
Moore John W., house Garden st. place 
Moore Joseph W. (Moore Brothers), pro- 
visions, 432 Cambridge, house 436 do. 
Moore Lucena H. Mrs., house 12 Douglass 
Moore Margaret A. , nurse, b. 229 Broadway 
Moore Martin, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 6 Decatur court 
Moore Matthew R., police, station 3, house 

22 Sixth 
Moore Nancy, widow, house 11 Jay 
Moore Nelson N., clerk (712 Washington, 

B.), house 57 Pleasant 
Moore Peiiey D., leather (172 and 178 Pur- 
chase, B.), house 6 River 
Moore Richard M., freight conductor B. 

& L. R. R., house 33 Fourth 
Moore Samuel, laborer, house 51 Hastings 
Moore Susie T. G. Miss, clerk, 79 Cam- 
bridge, boards 133 do. 
Moore Thomas, teamster, house 18 North 
Moore Thomas H., paper-hanger, boards 

229 Broadway 
Moore William C, carpenter, house 3 Rog- 
ers block, Main [side place 
Moore William C.«, painter, house 5 River- 
Moore William J., laborer, boards Thomas 

Moran's, Holworthy place 
Moorehouse Daniel, pressman Riverside 

Press, house 39 Erie 
Moorman Francis J., law student H. U., 

boards 30 Mount Auburn 
Moors Benjamin F., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 69 Mt. Auburn 
Moors John F., student H. U., rooms 48 

Matthews Hall 
Mora Frank, carpenter, house 28 Baldwin 
Moran Augustus, butcher Niles Bros., bds. 
Mrs. M. A. Sutherland's, Concord av. 
Moran Bridget, widow, house 176 Green 
Moran Catherine, wid. of Thomas, house 
222 Franklin [236 Cambridge 

Moran Catherine, wid. of Michael, house 
Moran Chas. P., furniture, 238 Cambridge, 

boards 236 do. 
Moran Daniel J. Mrs., house 45 Franklin 
Moran David P., cabinet-maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, boards at Charlestown 
Moran Edward, horse-shoer, house rear 36 

Washington 
Moran Ellen, widow, house 73 Third 
Moran Frank, blacksmith, house South, 

near Dunster 
Moran Jas. A., printer, h. 236 Cambridge 
Moran John, laborer, 169 Gore, and board- 
ing-house, 164 do. 
Moran John, tailor, 49 Cambridge, house 
16 East 



Moran John J., clerk (26 Tremont, B.), 

house 34 Clark 
Moran Joseph, glass-blower (Sandwich), 

house 23 Winter 
Moran Martin, hen dealer, house Clay, 

next Harvey [Fourth 

Moran Mary, widow of Thomas, house 123 
Moran Mary, widow, h. Clay, next Harvey 
Moran Patrick, marble-cutter (Haverhill, 

B.), house rear 152 Bridge 
Moran Thomas, hen dealer, house Clay, 

next Harvey 
Moran Thomas, hostler U. R. Co. stable, 

Mt. Auburn, house Holworthy place 
Moran Thomas S., upholsterer, boards 236 

Cambridge 
Moran William, coachman William Read, 

house 86 Sparks [house do. 

Morandus John O., hair-dresser, 54 Cedar, 
Mordecai Lazarus, cigar-maker, house 15 

Charles River 
Morehead John, oil refiner John Reardon 

& Sons, house 32 Somerset 
Morehouse Daniel J., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 29 Erie 
Moreland Fred. A., clerk, 472 Harvard, 

boards at Allston 
Moreland Henry A., stereotyper Univer- 
sity Press, boards at Allston 
Moreland John H., foreman University 

Press job room, house at Allston 
Morey Elisha W., oil finisher, 624 Main, 

boards 72 Inman 
Morey Philemon, salesman (10 India, B.), 

rooms 40 Prospect 
Morgan Alfred, picture frames, 906 Main, 

house 16 Winthrop 
Morgan George F., conveyancer Registry 

of Deeds, Otis, cor. Second, b: 65 Oris 
Morgan George M., clerk (118^ Milk, B.), 

boards 127 Mt. Auburn 
Morgan Harriet Mrs., h. 127 Mt. Auburn 
Morgan Harry P., clerk (39 Tremont, B.), 

boards 16 Irving 
Morgan Henry, blacksmith, 368 Main, 

house 34 Warren 
Morgan John, teamster, boards 54 Ellery 
Morgan John H., cook, housr 66 Put- 
nam avenue 
Morgan Joseph P., hairdresser, 531 Main, 

rooms 10 Cottage 
Morgan Morris B. Mrs., house 16 Irving 
Morgan Morris H., student H. U., and ed- 
itor and proprietor Harvard Daily 

Echo, 3 Linden, rooms 19 Irving 
Morgan Thomas, carpenter, h. 9 Suffolk 
Moriarty John, blacksmith, h. 10 Murdock 
Moriarty J., boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Moriarty Mary, widow, h. 452 Broadway 
Moriarty Patrick EL, salesman, 7 Harvard 

square, house 14 Farwell place 
Moring Anna L. Mrs., house 12 Quincy 
Moring Charles F., house 12 Qurncy 
Morley Anna K. Miss, millinery, 182 North 

avenue, house 23 Irving 
Morley Jeremiah, watchman U. R. Co., 

Eighth, house 22 Hunting 



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Morley John F., shoemaker, Spring, cor- 
ner Fourth, house do. 

Morley Mary A., widow of Thomas, house 
23 Irving 

Moloney Mary, widow, house 2 Rogers 
block, Washington 

Morrill Alfred (Morrill & Allen), steam 
engines, 356 Main, boards 10 Village 

Morrill Alzada Miss, music teacher, bds. 
12 Village 

Morrill Charles W. K., student Episcopal 
Theological Seminary, Brattle, rooms 
8 Lawrence Hall [lage 

Morrill Daniel K., wheelwright, h. 12 Vil- 

Morrill Dexter J., express, h. 50 Holyoke 

Morrill Leonard, house 35 Front 

Morrill Samuel H., student H. XL, rooms 
22 Worcester 

Morrill William F., lawyer (67 Sudbury, 
B.), house 22 Worcester 

MORRILL. & ALLEN (Alfred Mor- 
rill and Albert F. Allen), steam en- 
gines, etc., 356 Main 

Morris Chas. P., porter, b. 162 Hampshire 

Morris Emery T. ( 107 Milk, B.), house 162 
Hampshire 

Morris George M., bar-tender (27 X. Mar- 
ket, B.), house 35 River 

Morris George P., student H. U. , rooms 
561 Eighth, South Boston 

Morris Henry Mrs., house 180 Hampshire 

Morris James J., coachman, 263 Xorth av- 
enue, boards do. [av. 

Morris John, baker, h. Bristol, n. Webster 

Morris John T., laborer, house 13 Winsor 

Morris John T., h. Hampshire, near Elm 

Morris Manwell, brush-maker, 32 First, 
boards 20 Third 

Morris Mary J., widow of William R., 
dressmaker, 162 Hampshire, house do. 

Morris Thomas F., brass-finisher, house 
Bristol, near Webster avenue 

Morris Wm., hostler, h.Cushing, n. Locust 

Morrison Asa L., reed-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 136 Spring 

Morrison Charles A , clerk (5 F. H. mar- 
ket, B. ). boards 9 Hancock place 

Morrison Daniel W., express (40 Court, 
B.), house 10| W T estern avenue 

Moirison Edward H., clerk (59 High, B.), 
boards 9 Felton 

Morrison George A. (Whorf & Morrison), 
fish and oysters, 28 Central square, 
house 40 Sidney 

Morrison G. B., student H. U., rooms 7 
Holworthy Hall 

MORRISON HARLAXD P., but- 
ter and cheese (14 New F. H. market, 

B.), house 18 Avon 
Morrison James, grocer (41 Portland, B.), 

house 18 Avon 
Morrison Neil C, wheelwright, 448 Main, 

bds. 40 Austin [bds. at Boston 

Morrison William, blacksmith, 17 Main, 
Morrison William A., house 9 Felton 
Morrison William H., law-student H. U., 

rooms Prospect House 



Morrissey Andrew, mason, house 59 Fifth 
Morrissey Elizabeth A., widow of John 

S., house 174 Gore 
Morrissey George A., hostler, h. 51 Clark 
Morrissey John, baker, 502 Main, house 

at Boston 
Morrissey John, laborer, house 79 Spruce 
Morrissey Michael, laborer, b. 79 Spruce 
Morrissey Patrick, hostler, 677 Main, bds. 

68 School [174 Gore 

Morrissey Sarah, widow of Thomas, house 
Morrow Francis A., printer (117 Franklin, 

B), house 67 Brookline 
Morrow James, tinsmith, 163 Pleasant, 

boards Id Valentine 
Morse Albert D., paper-hanger, house 5 

Hubbard avenue 
Morse Asa P., shook mnfr. (26 Doane, B.), 

house 81 Magazine 
Morse Charles E., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 103 Pleasant 
Morse Charles F., student H. U., rooms 

35 College House 
Morse Charles H., produce (69 Clinton, 

B.), house 345 Broadway 
Morse Cyrus B., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 30 Rice 
Morse Cyrus E., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, rooms 20 Watson 
Morse Edward H., clerk, boards 62 Wright 
Morse Ellen Mrs., house Grant 
Morse Francis A, harness-maker U. R. 

Co., Dunster, boards 62 Wright 
Morse George, upholsterer, 7 Brattle, 

house rear 19 Grant 
Morse George A., harness-maker, Palmer, 

house rear 19 Grant 
Morse Geo. A., lawyer (19 Old State House, 

B.), boards 371 Harvard 
Morse George E., house 99 Auburn 
Morse George H., laborer, '62 Broadway, 

house 45 Tremont 
Morse Henry L., salesman (42 Summer, 

B.), house 75 North avenue 
Morse Horace A., express driver, Lyceum 

bldg., Harvard sq., h. 9 Charles River 
Morse Isaac S., attorney (Old State House, 

room 19. B.), house 371 Harvard 
Morse Jacob C, student H. U., rooms 23 

Gray's Hall 
Morse James B., house 17 DeWolf 
Morse James Drummond, book finisher 

Riverside Press, house 7 Laurel 
Morse Jas. D., paper ruler (B.),h. 465 Main 
Morse Kate E., widow of F. H., house 154 

Mt. Auburn [20 Jay 

Morse Kendall, hostler, 70 Norfolk, house 
Morse L. Lucinda, widow of Bernard, h. 

187 Hampshire 
Morse Orrin A. , officer House of Correc- 
tion, boards 67 Otis 
Morse Peter, brick-maker, house Walden, 

between Garden and Dublin 
Morse Philip S.. student H. U., rooms 37 

Matthews Hall 
1/fORSE TIMOTHY D., umbrella 
ItJL maker, 1 Austin, house 30 Eighth 



Parties baring CARRIAGES and wishing (hem VARNISHES or REPAIRED 

in the SPRING, can hare them STORED during the winter free of charge, 

at the manufactory of F. IVERS, 17tt and 178 North Avenue. 



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Morse Wm. Frank, barrel maker Jaynes 

& Co., bouse 99 Auburn 
Morson Charles R, carpenter, house 7 

Murdock 
Morss John W., student H. U., rooms 25 

Gray's Hall 
Mortenson Geo. T., silver-smith, h. 24Vine 
Morton Frederick W., student H. U., 

house 27 Mellen 
Morton George B., organ maker, house 38 

Sacramento 
Morton Ira A., h. rear 7 Pleasant place 
Moseley Douglas, student H. U., boards 

11 Sumner 
Mosher Alfred, cooper, house 5 Hunting 
Mosher A. M. Mrs., house 880 Main 
Mosher E. F., 54 Bridge 
Mosher John N., pile-driver, h. 10 Union 
Moss Ellen E., widow of Daniel, house 6 

Baldwin place 
Mossey Edward, laborer, h. 3 Webster av. 
Mott Wm., soap maker, b. 18U Harvard 
Moultman Robert, house Holworthy, near 

Locust 
Moulton Charles H. (Moulton & Sadler), 

clocks, etc., 1G2 Cambridge, house 57 

Sixth 
Moulton Charles W. H. (C. W. H. Moulton 

c% Co.), ladders, etc., Gore, n. Sixth, 

house 131 Thorndike 
Moulton Claudius B., shirt and overall 

manufacturer (111 Milk, B.), house 

Mt. Pleasant, corner Walden 
Moulton C. J. B., collector, h. 872 Main 
Moulton C. Warren, salesman (2 Liberty 

square, B.), house 21 Inmau 
Moulton C. W. H. & Co. (Charles W. H. 

Moulton), ladders, Gore, near Sixth 
Moulton Elizabeth C, widow of Joel, h. 

8 Prescott 
Moulton Everett O., ladder maker, boards 

131 Thorndike 
Moulton Franklin W., student H. U., 

rooms 27 Little's block 
Moulton John G., piano maker, 624 Main, 

house 151 Otis [37 Mellen 

Moulton Sarah H., widow of Sullivan, bds. 
Moulton & Sadler (Chas. H. Moulton and 

James M. Sadler), clocks, etc., 162 

Cambridge 
Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Mt. Auburn, near 

Watertown line, H. B. Mackintosh, 

treas., J. Harris Reed, sec, office (16 

Pemberton square, Boston) 
Mt. Auburn Conservatory, Brattle, near 

Mt. Auburn 

MT. AUBURN MABBLE AND 
GRANITE WORKS, opposite 

Mt. Auburn, A. McDonald, proprietor 
Mousley E. J. Mrs., millinery, 248 North 

avenue, house do. 
Mowll Charles F., clerk, house 124 Otis 
Mowry Lottie C, widow of Albert E., 

house 815 Main 
Mowry Smith A., boards 815 Main 
Moy James, color mixer Riverside Press, 

house 1 Walker's court 



Moylan Daniel, coachman, house 204 

Hampshire 
Moylan Mary, widow of Michael, black- 
smith, house Spring, corner Eighth 
Moylan Michael F., printer (63 Kilby, B.), 

boards Mary Moylan's, Spring 
Moynahan Jeremiah, house 193 Norfolk 
Moynahan Jeremiah jr. (Moynahan & 

Co.), 457 Cambridge, h. 193 Norfolk 
Moynahan Michael, tin peddler, house 

193 Norfolk 
Moynahan T., boiler maker, 72 Main 
Moynahan & Co. (J ere. Moynahan jr. and 

Thos. F. Rafferty), stoves, etc., 457 

Cambridge 
Moynihan Patrick, house rear 6 North 
Mueller Otto, student H. U., rooms 15 

Stoughton Hall 
Mukes Burrill, laborer, house 53 Portland 
Mulcahy Jeremiah, tailor, 430 Main, house 

6 Baldwin court 
Mulcahy John, currier, house 47 Reed 
Mulcahy John, teamster, h. 2 Harrison 
Mulcahy John F., grocer, 188 Norfolk, h. do. 
Mulcahy Mary, widow, house 2 Harrison 
Mulcahy Nicholas, currier, house 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Patrick, currier, h. rear 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Thomas J., machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 238 Broadway 
Muldoon Mary, wid. of Wm., h. 13 Warren 
Muldoon William H., restaurant, 165£ 

Cambridge, house 165 do. 
Mulford Elisha Rev., house 35 Bowdoin 
Mulhall Henry P., house 22 Pearl 
Mulherin Eliza Miss, dressmaker, house 

25 Bow 
Mulhern Charles, machinist, 368 Main 
Mulhern Charles, carpenter, b. 23 Hunting 
Mulhern Charles R, laborer, bds. 49 Clark 
Mulhern Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 

49 Clark 
Mulhern James, marble worker, 7 Pros- 
pect, house at Boston 
Mulhern James, sawyer, h. 107 Spring 
Mulhern James, carpenter, b. 23 Hunting 
Mulhern Mary, widow of George, house 

23 Hunting 
Mulhern Thomas, bookbinder Riverside 

Press |fl State 

Mulholland James, clerk, 447 Main, boards 
Mulholland Michael, confectionery, 447 

Main, house 40 Brookline 
Mulkei;n Martin W., teamster, house 3 

Dickinson 
Mull Frederick, restaurant (14 Cornhill, 

B.), house 150 Spring 
Mullane James, laborer, house 58 Spruce 
Mnllans Edward, laborer, h. 108 Spring 
Mullen Ann Miss, variety store, 17 Fourth, 

house do. 
Mullen David, house 9 Bow 
Mullen George, machinist, 356 Main, bds. 

347 do. 
Mullen George J. , plasterer, house 1 Em- 
erson block, Crescent avenue 
Mullen James J., cabinet-maker, boards 

34 Harding 



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Mullen James W., carpenter B. & L. E. 
R., house 77 Third 

Mullen John, laborer, house 19 Porter 

Mullen Joseph, peddler, h. 34 Jefferson 

Mullen Joseph, 91 Broadway, house do. 

Mullen J. Edward, clerk (477 Washington, 
B.), boards 9 Bow 

Mullen Malachi, watchman, 368 Main, h. 
196 Green 

Mullen Margaret, widow of James, house 
34 Harding 

Mullen Martin, teamster, b. 91 Broadway 

Mullen Mary, widow of Daniel.h. 130 River 

Mullen Michael, laborer, h. 6 Hayes court 

Mullen Nicholas, laborer B. & L. R. R., 
house 177 Cambridge 

Mullen Patrick, laborer, h. 16S Franklin 

Mullen Robert, laborer, house 93 Spring 

Mullen Thomas, laborer, h. 91 Broadway 

Mullen Thomas, boiler-maker, 72 Main 

Mullen Thomas F., brush-maker, boards 
177 Cambridge 

Mullen William, laborer, h. 27 Warren 

Mullen William N., 203 Bridge, boards 177 
Cambridge 

Mullen, see Mullin 

Muller Adophina Miss, book-folder, bds. 
153 Otis 

Muller Albert J., peddler, house 89 Third 

Muller Bros. (William, Henry and Chris- 
tian Muller), tanners and curriers, 
Tannery (169 Summer, B. } 

Muller Charles, instrument-maker (B.), 
boards 153 Otis 

Muller Christian (Muller Bros.), tanner, 
Tannery, house 388 Xorth avenue 

Muller Edward, bookkeeper Muller Bros., 
Tannery, b. Siloam Midler's, Tannery 

Muller Frederick, glass-polisher, house 89 
Third 

Muller Henry (Muller Bros.), tanner, Tan- 
nery, house 388 Xorth avenue 

Muller John, laborer, 508 Main, boards at 
Somerville 

Muller Louisa, widow of Edward L., h. 
153 Otis 

Mirller Siloam, widow of Wm., house Tan- 
nery, 4th on left 

Muller William (Muller Bros.), tanner. 
Tannery, house at Arlington 

Mullett Frank B., foreman of teamsters, 
113 Broadway, h. 59 Hampshire 

Mullett Frank C, con fectiouer,282 Broad- 
way, house 15 Suffolk 

Mullett Lucy Mrs., nurse, h. 126 Spring 

Mullett Susan, widow of John, boarding- 
house, 39 Brighton 

Mullett Walter A., confectioner, boards 
45 Winsor 

Mullett William, sergeant of police, sta- 
tion 3, house 77 Otis 

Mullett Wm. H., engineer University 
Press, house 860 Main 

Mulligan Catherine, widow of Thomas, 
house 10 North 

Mulligan Henry C, law student H. U., 
rooms 25 Holyoke 



Mulligan John, laborer, 172 Pearl, house 

rear 24 Decatur 
Mulligan John, brass-molder, 368 Main, h. 

1 Front street court 
Mulligan John jr., laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, boards rear 24 Decatur 
Mulligan Thomas E., laborer, 172 Pearl, 

house rear 24 Decatur 
Mulliken Harriet, widow of Edward, h. 

1 Davenport [Lexington 

Mulliken John E. A., clerk, 28 Bridge, b. at 
Mullin Christopher, watchman Jaynes &■ 

Co., foot Pacific, house 3 Cottage 
Mullin George, machinist, 72 Main 
Mullin James H, express, bds. 41 Winsor 
Mullin John, car inspector B. & L. R. R., 

house 12 North 
Mullin John, laborer, house 5 Vine 
Mullin John, laborer City Stable, Hamp- 
shire, cor. Tremont, h. 3 Murdock 
Mullin Patrick, laborer, house 7 Carson 
Mullin Peter, grocer, 132 Brookline, house 

249 Putnam avenue 
Mullin Stephen, brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Mullin Wm. H, key-maker, 139 Broadway 

house 41 Winsor 
Mullin, see Mullen 

Mullins Hugh, hostler, h. r. 249 Franklin 
Mullins James, printer (32 Hawley, B.), h. 

32 Somerset 
Mullins John, laborer, house 7 Murdock 
Mullins Thomas, broker and grocer, 17 

Third, house 21 do. 
Mulloney Ellen T., widow of John, house 

14 Brookline 
Mulloney John D., telegraph operator 

(Hotel Brunswick, B.j, b. 14 Brookline 
Mulloney Mary E Miss, teacher Gore pri- 
mary school, bds. 14 Brookline 
Mulloy John, laborer, house Concord av- 
enue, next north of F. R. R. 
Mulrey Michael, laborer, house 20 Foster 
Mulrey Patrick J., stone-cutter, Gore 

wharf, h. Holworthy, near Locust 
Mulvahill Jeremiah, laborer, house 203 

Franklin 
Mulvahill Kate, widow,house 242 Franklin 
Mulvaney Morris, laborer, house 42 Gore 
Mulvaney Samuel, iron-worker, 78 Main, 

house 42 Gore 
Mulvaney Simon, laborer, boards 42 Gore 
Mumford William W., student H. U., rms. 

37 Holyoke House 
Mumler Chester F., electrotype finisher 

University Press, boards 12 Wendell 
Mumler John F., electrotype finisher Uni- 
versity Press, house 12 Wendell 
Munday Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 4 Gore 
Mundy John F. Rev., asst. pastor Saint 

Mary's church, house 55 Norfolk 
Mungen Henry, waiter Memorial Hall, h. 

at Boston 
Munnion Anthony, teamster, 2 Garden ct. 
M unnion Frank, laborer, h. r. 29 Bolton 
Munnion Michael, hostler Almshouse, 

Tannery, house near do. 
Munnion Patrick, laborer, h. 125 Dublin 



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Munnion Patrick, laborer, h. 132 Dublin 
Munns James, laborer, house 57 Hastings 
Munro John C., student H. U., rooms 32 
Thayer Hall [h. do. 

Munroe Charles, grocer, 11 Webster av., 
Munroe Charles, janitor City bldg., Brat- 
tle square, house 19 Eliot 
Munroe ('has. H., clerk, 545 Main, house 
59 Auburn 

MUN KG E CHAS, W., treas. Russ 
Moulding Co., house Francis avenue 

Munroe Daniel, teamster, bds. 43 Union 

Munroe Emma F. Miss, teacher high 
school, boards 127 Cambridge 

Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, 52 Cam- 
bridge, house 127 do. 

Munroe Eunice M., widow of Henry P., h. 
64 Pearl 

Munroe Francis E., boards 64 Pearl 

Munroe George H., clerk, 89 Cambridge, 
boards 127 do. 

Munroe George H., boards 35 Dunster 

Munroe H. F. Mrs., boards 53 Austin 

Munroe Henry H., clerk, 111 Cambridge, 
boards do. 

Munroe Jas. A., bookkeeper (20 Dock 
sq., B.), boards Philip Nutting's, Nut- 
ting place 

Munroe Nathaniel, asst. receiver U. R. 
Co., house 16 Wallace 

Muuroe Nathaniel W., saloon, 111 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Munroe Philip G, express, order box 
(Faneuil Hall sq., B. ), and grocer, 11 
Webster av., house do. 

Munroe Sarah R. M., widow of James, h. 
71 North avenue 

Munroe Susan Mrs., house 35 Dunster 

Munroe Wm. A., "Munroe's Arab Salve," 
rear 111 Cambridge, boards do. 

Munroe Wm. A., lawyer (35 Court, room 
2, B.), h. Chestnut, cor. Acorn 

Munroe Wm. H., treas. N. E. Glass Co., 
North, cor. Water, office (4 P. O. sq., 
B.), house at Lexington 

Munroe, see Munro, also Monroe 

Munsell John, machinist B. & L. R. R., 
house 18 Leighton court 

Murch Daniel R., carpenter, boards 26 
Coggswell avenue 

Murdock Frank R., carpenter, h. Western 
av., near Hewes 

Murdock Frank R., confectionery and 
fruit, 155 Cambridge, h. 15 Putnam ct. 

Murdock Geo. T., laborer, b. 15 Putnam ct. 

Murdock Maria Miss, house 661 Main 

Murdock Robert A., clerk (80 Summer, 
B.), boards 15 Putnam court 

Murdock Walter H., florist,46 Grigg, h. do. 

Murdock Wm. R., carpenter, house 15 Put- 
nam court 

Murley David, laborer, house 7 Hastings 

Murphy Bridget, wid. of John, house 
Montgomery, 2d from Spruce 

Murphy Catherine, widow of Michael, 
house 16 McCabe 

Murphy Catherine Mrs., h. 241 Mt. Auburn 



Murphy Cornelius, laborer, h. 10 McCabe 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, h. 22 Hayes ct. 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, h. 8 Harding 
Murphy Cornelius, driver, 249 Cambridge, 

boards 91 Tremont 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, b. 22 Carson 
Murphy Cornelius A., wood engraver, b. 

Ellen Murphy's, Belmont 
Murphy Daniel, engineer, 92 Main, house 

75 Hastings 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

rear 23 Carson 
Murphy Daniel, carpenter, house 11 West 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, 624 Main, boards 

10 Antrim 
Murphy Daniel, brass finisher, 368 Main 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, h. 192 Norfolk 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, house 14 East 
Murphy Daniel C, brass finisher, house 

16 Antrim 
Murphy Dennis, sexton Church of the Sa- 
cred Heart, house 78 Vine 
Murphy Edmond J., shipping clerk (186 

State, B.), boards 6 Third 
Murphy Edward A., clerk (518 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 66 Spring 
Murphy Eliza Mrs., house Foster place 
Murphy Ellen, wid. of Michael, h.66Spring 
Murphy Ellen, wid. of Cornelius, house 

Belmont, corner Reed 
Murphy Ellen Miss, house Montgomery, 

2d from Spruce [shire 

Murphy Francis C, waiter, h. 188 Hamp- 
Murphy George, laborer, b. 8 Camb'ge 
Murphy George jr., laborer B. & L. R. R., 

boards 8 Cambridge 
Murphy George H., currier, b. 56 Cedar 
Murphy Honora, widow, h. 20 Hayes ct. 
Murphy James, furniture mover, Pros- 
pect, cor. Main, house 251 Franklin 
Murphy James, laborer, h. 39 Cowperth- 

waite 
Murphy James, laborer, boards 4 Water 
Murphy James, laborer, house 184 Bridge 
Murphy James, house 27 Banks 
Murphy James, laborer, house 1 Bedford 
Murphy James Mrs., house Moore's block, 

rear 213 Mt. Auhurn 
Murphy James F., blacksmith Burnett & 

Brown, boards at Boston 
Murphy James I., constable and collector, 

house 110 Fourth 
Murphy James J., laborer, h. 162 Norfolk 
Murphy Jeremiah, engineer, 502 Main, 

house 166| Norfolk 
Murphy Jeremiah, paver, h. r. 91 Tremont 
Murphy Jeremiah, grocer,187 Dublin,h.do. 
Murphy Jeremiah, house 8 Harding 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, house 8 Reed 
Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, 430 Main, house 

99 Kinnaird 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 2 Norfolk court. 
Murphy John, house 200 Dublin 
Murphy John, blacksmith, Palmer, near 

Church, house rear 249 Franklin 
Murphy John, laborer, 28 Cambridge, 

house 8 North 



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Murphy John, cotton sampler (79 Milk, 

B.), house 15 Leigh ton court 
Murphy John, laborer, house 8 Jefferson 
Murphy John, carpenter, house 1 Union 
Murphy John, teamster, 308 Main, house 

177 do. 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 220 Franklin 
Murphy Johu, peddler, h. 241 Mt. Auburn 
Murphy John, gardener Edmund Reardon, 

house 27 Decatur 
Murphy John, laborer, house 39 Banks 
Murphy John, laborer, house 3 Tuttle 
Murphy John, laborer, house 8 Porter 
Murphy John, laborer, h. Dublin, 3d from 

Wyatt's brick-yard 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 103 Franklin 
Murphy John, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house 22 Charles River 
Murphy John, brass finisher, house 240 

Franklin 
Murphy John, cooper, house 34 Jefferson 
Murphy John, blacksmith U. R. Co., h. 

12 Appian-way 
Murphy John, shoemaker, 577 Main, 

house rear Lopez 
Murphy John jr., laborer, house 8 North 
Murphy John E., printer, boards Mrs. 

Eliza Murphy's, Foster place 
Murphy John F., hairdresser, 350 North 

avenue, boards 39 Harvey 
Murphy John H., butcher, h. r. 145 Gore 
Murphy John H., butcher, 108 Gore, h. 

29 Seventh 
Murphy John J., clerk, 10 Cambridge, 

boards 127| Bridge 
Murphy John J., undertaker, 203 Bridge, 

boards 00 Spring 
Murphy John J., harness-maker, 132 

Bridge, house do. 
Murphy John T.. cooper, house 30 Willow 
Murphy Joseph, brass-finisher, 308 Main 
Murphy Julia, widow of Michael, dress- 
maker, house 3 Lechmere place 
Murphy Julia, widow, house 17 Warren 
Murphy Margaret, widow of John F., 
house 74 Spruce [pi. 

Murphy Martin, blacksmith, h. 4 Pioneer 
Murphy Martin, laborer, house 124 Spruce 
Murphy Mary, wid. of John, h. 32 Charles 
Murphy Mary, wid. of Jeremiah, h. 23 Bay 
Murphy Mary. wid. of Wm.,h. 91 Tremont 
Murphy Mary Mrs., house 25 Harvey 
Murphy Mary, widow, h. 105 Hampshire 
Murphy Mary T. (Kennedy & Murphy), 

251 Broadway, house do. 
Murphy Matthew, cabinet maker (B.), h. 

90 Spring 
Murphy Maurice, laborer, house 40 Cedar 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 84 Fifth 
Murphy Michael, laborer, h. Derby lane 
Murphy Michael, boards Ellen Murphy's, 

Belmont 
Murphy Michael, foundryman, b. 34 Banks 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 33 Carson 
Murphy Michael J., gardener, house 19 

Sparks street place 
Murphy Michael W., house 177 Harvard 



Murphy M., blacksmith, 72 Main 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 192 Bridge 
Murphy Patrick, slater, house 53 Vine 
Murphy Patrick, house 9 Huuting 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 53 Vine 
Murphy Patrick A., glass maker, house 
rear 50 Charles [14 East 

Murphy Patrick H., laborer E. R. R., house 
Murphy Peter, currier, house 50 Cedar 
Murphy Peter P., cabinetmaker, 124 Har- 
vard, house 3 Union 
Murphy Phillip F. (Brown, Murphy & 

Thorndike), window shades, Blanche 

and (175 Hanover, B.), h. 259 Sidney 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 53 North 
Murphy Thomas, lithographer Riverside 

Press, house 33 Blackstone 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 3 Harding 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 29 Porter 
Murphy Thomas, painter, h. 108 Kinnaird 
Murphy Thomas, stone-mason, house 10 

Hayes court 
Murphy Thomas, teamster, 125 Bridge, 

house 127^ do. 
Murphy Thomas J., painter, b. 5 Bristol 
Murphy Thomas J., laborer, h. 14 Wiuter 
Murphy Thomas M., brush-maker, 12 Gore, 

boards at Maplewood 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, bds. 83 Bridge 
Murphy Timothy, mason, house 10 Antrim- 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, house 149 Elm 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, h. 213 Franklin 
Murphy Timothy A., wood engraver, bds. 

Ellen Murphy's, Belmont 
Murphy T., boiler maker, 72 Main 
Murphy V., boiler maker, 72 Main 
Murphy William, molder, 308 Main 
Murphy William, laborer U. R. Co., house 

151 Franklin 
Murphy William, laborer, bds. 32 Charles 
Murphy Win., glass-blower, h. 91 Tremont 
Murphy William J., harness maker, Cam- 
bridge, junc. Bridge, house 15 Third 
Murphy William J., jeweler, h. 1204 Green 
Murray Bridget, widow, h. 93 Brookline 
Murray Catherine, widow of James H., 

house 40 Gore 
Murray Dennis J., gardener, h. 134 Bridge 
Murray Eliza H., widow of James, house 

28 Pelham 
Murray Emma S. Mrs., house 12 Douglass 
Murray George, law student (Bromrield, 

B. ), boards 18 Laurel 
Murray George, carpenter, 034 Main, house 

09 Western avenue 
Murray George, engineer, house 12 Front 
Murray George jr., machinist, 308 Main, 

house 418 do. 
Murray George E., laborer B. & L. R. R., 

boards 40 Gore 
Murray Henry A., pattern-maker, 308 

Main, house 33 Pleasant 
Murray Hugh, iron-worker, 17 Main, house 

8 Jefferson 
Murray Hugh M., porter (300 Washington, 

B.), house rear 35S Broadway 



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Murray James EL, tinsmith, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 14| Somerset 
Murray James E., police, station 3, house 

75 Spring [shop 

Murray James W., carpenter B. & L. R. R. 
Murray Jeremiah, piano polisher, house 

22 Harrison 
Murray John, machinist, 368 Main 
Murray John, laborer, house 130 Bridge 
Murray John, galvanizer, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 18 Decatur 
Murray John A., machinist, 72 Main, 

house 3 E road way 
Murray John F., sergeant of police, sta- 
tion 3, house 121 Winsor 
Murray John F., teamster Revere Sugar 

Refiuery, house 3 Chestnut Park 
Murray John L., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

12 Front 
Murray John M., machinist, 72 Main, h. 

418 do. [108 Cambridge 

Murray Joseph, foreman, 169 Gore, boards 
Murray Julia, widow of Thomas, house 5 

Linehan block, Third 
Murray Kate A. Miss, dressmaker, 488 

Cambridge, house do. 
Murray Mary, widow, house 488 Cambr'ge 
Murray Michael, veterinary surgeon, 1 

Yine, boards 3 do. 
Murray Patrick, laborer, house 33 Winter 
Murray Patrick F., plumber (30 Cambridge, 

B), boards 33 Winter 
Murray Peter, laborer, h. rear 52 Charles 
Murray Richard T., cabinet-maker, boards 

33 Winter 
Murray Robert, printer University Press, 

boards 18 Laurel [Norfolk 

Murray Thomas, clerk F. R. R , house 162 
Murray Thomas, teamster, house 20 North 
Murray William EL, painter, 44 Gore, h. 

291 Cambridge 
Murtaugh Daniel, furniture polisher, h. 

Fourth street place [Brattle 

Muzzey Artemus B., clergymen, boards 60 
Muzzey Austin K., student H. U., boards 

H. W. Muzzey's, Mount Auburn 
Muzzey David P., secretary Overseers of 

the Poor, Central square building, 

Western avenue, boards 42 Pearl 
Muzzey George E., driver U. R. Co., house 

6 Frank 
Muzzey Henry W., lawyer (62 Sears bldg., 

B.), h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Coolidge av. 
Myaske Frank, laborer, house 7 Water 
Myers Bernard, baker, 442 Camb'ge. h. do. 
Myers Godfrey, saloon, 71 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Myers James J., lawyer (39 Court, B.), 

rooms 3 Wadsworth House, Harvard 

square, 
Myers Mary Mrs., house 10 Seventh 
Myers Solomon, cigar maker (Court, B.), 

boards 65 Brookline 
Myers Sophia M. Mrs., h. 39 Sacramento 
Myers, see Meyer [23 Austin 

Mvles Thomas F., tailor, 533 Main, house 
Myles, see Miles 



NAGLE ELIZABETH MRS., house 58 

North avenue 

Nagle Garrett, harness cleaner, 565£ 
Main, house 18 Lopez 

Nagle Garrett Edward, student H. U., 
boards 58 North avenue 

Nagle John, spring bed maker, 386 Main, 
house rear 44 Washington 

Nash Elizabeth Mrs., dressmaker, 647 
Main, house 23 Trowbridge 

Nash Frank E. , teamster, h. 24 Holyoke 

Nash George, florist, 365 Harvard, house 
23 Trowbridge 

Nash George A., bookkeeper (6Q State, 
B.), boards 202 Putnam avenue 

Nash George W., medical student H. U., 
boards 23 Trowbridge 

Nash Henry S., student Episcopal Theo- 
logical school, Brattle, rooms 3 Law- 
rence Hall 

NASH HOWARD D., lawyer (19 
Congress, B.), eveuing office, Bank 
bldg., 173 North av., b. 281 North av. 

Nash J as. (U. S. N.), h. 322 North av. 

Nash John H., bookkeeper, 8 Brattle, 
boards 23 Trowbridge 

Nash Nathaniel C, student H. U., rooms 

34 Matthews Hall 

Nash Samuel, notary public (20 Court, 
B.), boards 63 Prospect 

Nash Thomas C. W., Domestic patterns, 
etc., 647 Main, boards 23 Trowbridge 

Nash Walter (Thomas Smith & Co.), 
butcher, Jackson, boards 31 Harvey 

Nason Chas. H., cabinet-maker, house 54 
Concord avenue 

Nason Edward, foreman, 44 Cambridge, 
house at Somerville 

Nason Mary E. Miss, teacher Thorndike 
grammar school 

Nason William A., lawyer, 89 Cambridge, 
boards 108 do. 

Nason Zachariah, carpenter, h. 6 William 

Natale Emma, widow of Joseph, house 14 
Rockwell 

Natale Joseph, bookbinder (111 Devon- 
shire, B. ), boards 14 Rockwell 

Natale William, bookbinder (111 Devon- 
shire, B.), boards 14 Rockwell 
NATIONAL, CITY BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, Henry B. Davis, 
cashier, 553 Main 

Naughton Michael, laborer, house 219 
Kinnaird 

Naughton, see McNaughton 

Navin Philip, carpenter, h. r. 18 Railroad 

Nay Carrie M. S., music teacher, boards 

35 In man 

Nay Frank T., clerk, 655 Main, house 36 
Bigelow 

Nay Isaac A., provisions (46 Quincy 
Market, B.), house 35 Inman 

Nay Mary J., widow of Samuel F., board- 
ing-house, 127 Prospect 

Naylor Annie, widow, house 163 Bridge 

Nazro Charles G., broker (54 Kilby B.), 
house 34 Lee 



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Nazro Julius M., janitor (27 State, B.), 

boards 34 Lee [Sidney 

Neal Luther, machinist, 72 Main, house 9 

Neal Sarah A., widow of Samuel, house 

23 Sacramento 
Neal Theodore A., upholsterer (B.), house 

2 Ballord place 
Neal William II., woolens (459 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 23 Sacramento 
Neale Addison M., stereotyper Riverside 

Press, boards 219 Pearl 
Neale Geo. C, finisher, 44 Cambridge, 

boards at Revere 
Neale Nathaniel, mason, house 219 Pearl 
Neale Nathaniel M., mason, b. 219 Pearl 
Nealley Chas. B., machinist, b. 2(30 Sidney 
Nealley Daniel Mrs., house 260 Sidney 
Nealley George S., mason, h. 200 Sidney 
Nealley James, watchman U. R. Go. stable, 
Bit Auburn, h. r. Locust, n. Cashing 
Nealley James D., machinist, 36S Main, 

boards 260 Sidney 
Nealley Sarah H. Miss, private school, 260 

Sidney, house do. 
Nearring James, laborer, h. 12 McCabe 
Needham Alraira P. Miss, h. 47 6 irden 
Needham Charles G., machinist, 624 Main, 

boards 12 Brookline 
Needham Herbert C, boards 56 Austin 
Needham Susan E. Miss, house 47 Garden 
Nef John W., student H. IT., rooms 50 

College House 
Negeler Icheps F., cabinet-maker (B.), 

house rear 188 Cambridge 
Neil Nathaniel, gardener, 175 Brattle, 

boards do. 
Neill Edmund A., clerk, 11 Harvard row, 

boards 10 Mason 
Neill Margaret Mrs., boots and shoes, 11 

Harvard row, house 1 Mason 
Neill Nathaniel, farmer, house Cushing, 

near Vineyard 
Neill Samuel, marble worker A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, house Cushing 
Neill, see McNeil and McNeill 
Neilon Frederick S., clerk (31 State, B.), 

boards 144 Thorndike 
Neilon Wm. T.. clerk (31 State, B.), bds. 

144 Thorndike 
Neligan Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 

22 Portland 
Neligan Joanna, widow of Maurice, house 

Montgomery, 1st from Spruce 
Neligan John P., laborer, boards Mont- 
gomery, 1st on left from Spruce 
Neligan Maurice F., laborer, bds. Joanna 

Neligan' s, Montgomery 
Neligan Philip H. (Neligan & Son), tailor, 

8 Prospect, house 60 Cherry 
Neligan Thomas, laborer, h. 163 Dublin 
Neligan & Son (Philip H. Neligan), mer- 
chant tailors, 8 Prospect 
Nelligan David, laborer, house 91 Elm 
Nelligan David, stereotyper (B. ), boards 

44 Foster 
Nelligan Edward J., marble cutter A. 
McDonald, Mt. Auburn, b. 44 Foster 



Nelligan Elizabeth, widow of Peter, house 
44 Foster [Foster 

Nelligan John F., stone-cutter, boards 44 
Nelligan Maurice, laborer, h. 168 Dublin 
Nelligan Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 44 Foster 
Nelligan Peter, sexton Catholic cemetery, 
Spruce, house Montgomery, 3d on 
right from Spruce 
Nelligan Peter F., dry pressman Univer- 
sity Press, boards 44 Foster 
Nellson Augustus W., stair builder, house 

27 Sixth [1 do. 

Nelson Ai H., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, bds. 
Nelson Anthony, printer (B.), h. 393 Main 
Nelson George, cooper Jaynes & Co., h. 

273 Putnam avenue 
Nelson Harry L., student H. U., rooms 50 

Gray's Hall 
Nelson Henry D., student H. U., rooms 

23 College House 
Nelson James H.. gilder, bds. 101 Spriug 
Nelson Jane, widow of John, h. 101 Spring 
Nelson John, tailor (Colorado), house 36 

Cambridge [Boston 

Nelson John, safe maker, 17 Main, bds. at 
Nelson J., iron molder. 308 Main 
Nelson Mathias, sailmaker (Atlantic av., 

cor. Central whf., B.), h. 110 Gore 
Nelson Pierre, laborer, 180 Main, house 

277 Cambridge 
Nelson Robert T., finisher, 44 Cambridge, 

boards at Charlestown [do. 

Nelson Sarah Mrs., nurse, 22 Church, bds. 
Nelson Timothy, lather, house 8 Sands 
Nepton Joseph, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

rear 14 Vine 
Nesbitt Jeanette D., nurse, h. 26£ River 
Nesbitt, see Nisbet 
Nesdell Frank F., carpenter, house 17 

Washington 
Nesmith Joseph A., student H. XL, rooms 

17 Little's block 
Netzeber Max, house 38 Spring 
Neville Cyrus A., school teacher, house 

Avon Hill street, rear "Washington av. 
Neville Elizabeth, widow of James, house 

19 Cambridge 
Neville Patrick, laborer, house 191 Dublin 
Nevons Hiram, supt. C. W. W., office City 

Hall, house 23 Boardman 
Newcomb Charles S., carpenter, house 12 

Gardner 
Newcomb Horace E., clerk, 155 North av- 
enue, bds. Lambert av., last on right 
Newcomb Lydia C, widow of Isaac, house 

8 Village 
Newcomb Sarah A., widow of William A., 

house 23 H Broadway 
Newcomb Theophilus J. (5 Court avenue, 

B.), house 65 Norfolk 
Newe William, cabinet-maker, boards 214 

Cambridge [Pine 

Newell Calvin E., express, 600 Main, b. 6 
Newell Isaac, waiter Memorial Hall, house 

19 Brewer 
Newell Isaac W., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 19 Brewer 



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Newell Robert, press feeder Riverside 

Press, house at Boston 
Newell Robert R., counselor (60 Congress, 

B.), boards 20 Berkeley 
Newell William, clergyman, h. 20 Berkeley 
New England Glass Co., North, corner 

Water, William H. Munroe, treasurer, 

office (4 P. O. square, B.) 

NEW ENGLAND GLASS 
WORKS, North, corner Water, W. 
L. Libbey, prop., office (67 Federal, B.) 

Newgent Fred. A., traveling salesman (7:3 
Hawley, B.), boards 10 Fairmont 

Newgent Thomas G., designer (440 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 10 Fairmont 

Newgent, see Nugent 

Newhall William H., hairdresser (Brigh- 
ton), rooms 218 Putnam avenue 

Newman Edward B., clerk, 168 Gore, 
house 17 Winter 

Newman Eliza Mrs., house 86 Elm 

Newman Ellen, widow of Edward, house 
45 Winter 

Newman Henry, varnisher (611 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 26 Park 

Newman Henry A., organ-finisher, 624 
Main, house 74 Green 

Newman James H., teamster, b. 1 Ninth 

Newman John, laborer, house 9 Eighth 

Newman Joseph, clerk (169 Devonshire, 
B.), house Avon place 

Newman Julius F., fancy goods, 182 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Newman Marshall P., tailor (633 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 74 Pearl 

Newman Michael, teamster, h. 14 McCabe 

Newman Patrick, teamster, house 1 Ninth 

Newman Stephen I., musician and cigar 
maker, 25 Putnam place, house do. 

Newman Thomas, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 
house 97 Elm 

Newman William, laborer, h. 8 McCabe 

Newman William F., cabinet-maker, 
house 42 Winter 

Newmarch Joseph, baker, 151 Harvard, 
house 149 do. 

Newmyer Frank, farmer, h. 39 Sargent 

Newmyer Joseph, currier, h. 39 Sargent 

Newton Catherine B., widow of Orion H., 
house Chestnut, next corner Sidney 

Newton Emma M. Miss, teacher River- 
side primary school, bds. 154 Brattle 

Newton George C. (Newton, Seaver & 
Co.), baker, house 17 River 

Newton George E., fish, house 52 Pine 

¥EWTON, SEAVER & CO. 

li (George C. Newton and Wm. W. Sea- 
ver), bakers, 15 River 

Nichols Charles C, student H. U., rooms 
44 Mt. Auburn 

Nichols Charles P., student H. U., rooms 
2 Holworthy Hall 

Nichols Curtis C, treasurer Boston Five 
Cent Savings Bank (38 School, B.), 
house 11 Magazine 

Nichols Edgar H., student H. U., rooms 
33 Kirkland 



Nichols Edward L., hardware (659 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 40 Columbia 

Nichols Edward T., house 40 Columbia 

Nichols Frederick, student H. U., rooms 
44 Beck Hall 

Nichols George, editor, house 159 Brattle 

Nichols George C, com. mer. (54 Kilby, 
B.), boards 157 Hancock 

Nichols George H., student H. U., rooms 
16 College House 

Nichols George L., organ-maker (Smith 
Organ Co., B. ) , boards 40 Columbia 

NICHOLS HENRY J., manager 
the Singer Mnfg.Co. Sewing-maohines, 

647 Main, boards 686 do. 
Nichols Horace H., traveling salesman (14 

Bedfo d, B.), house 6 White 
Nichols Ichabod Mrs., house 33 Kirkland 
Nichols John C, printer Riverside Press, 

boards 76 Magazine 
Nichols John C, clerk (38 School, B.), 

boards 11 Magazine 
Nichols John T., student H. U., rooms 

11 Divinity Hall 
Nichols John T. G t/ physician, office and 

house 63 Brattle [ant 

Nichols S. F. (69 Hanover, B.). b. 9 Pleas- 
Nichols William I., boards 33 Kirkland 
Nicholson Andrew S., boards 14 Green 
Nicholson Frances, widow of Charles H., 

house 70 River 
Nicholson George H., clerk (164 Canal, 

B.), boards 70 River 
Nicholson James C, carriage smith, 232 

North avenue, bds. 32 Coggswell av. 
Nicholson Joseph, hostler, 198 North ave- 
nue, house at Somerville 
Nicholson Mary, wid. of John, h. 20 Dublin 
Nicholson Patrick, blacksmith J. Garvey, 

boards do. 
Nicholson Sylvanus, house 14 Green 
Nicholson Sylvanus W., clerk, 17 Brattle, 

house 16 Putnam court 
Nickelson William, police, station 2, house 

6 Village [neer pi. 

Nickerson Daniel E., carpenter, h. 3 Pio- 
Nickerson Frank, machinist, 72 Main, 

boards 9 Broadway 
Nickerson Israel F. Mrs., house 69 Moore 
Nickerson Mercy, widow, h. 63 Magazine 
Nickerson Samuel, hostler Sawin's Ex- 
press, house 4 Gray place 
Nickerson Seth L., boots and shoes, 577 

Main, house 78 Columbia 
Nicol Elizabeth, wid. of Geo., h. 75 Gore 
Nicol James, restaurant, 122 Cambridge, 

boards 54 Fourth 
Nicol John F.. cabinetmaker, h. 54 Fourth 
Nightingale Sarah A., wid. of George B., 

house 8 Worcester 
Nightingale William P., collector (264 

Washington, B.), boards 8 Worcester 
Nihan Frank, teamster, 28 Bridge, house 

26 do. 
Nihan Jas., teamster, 28 Bridge, b. 26 do. 
Nihan Mary, widow of Thomas, house 

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Niles Bros. (Sullivan, J. Harris and Lou- 
ville V. Niles), pork packers and 
slaughter-house, Concord avenue, and 
provisions (31 N. F. H. Market, B.) 

Niles James, teamster, 218 Green, boards 
39 Brighton 

Niles John B., blacksmith, 78 Main, house 
at East Boston 

Niles J. Harris (Niles Bros.), pork pack- 
er, Concord av., house at Belmont 

Niles Louville V. (Niles Bros.), pork pack- 
er, Concord avenue, house at Boston 

Niles Nathaniel, printer (115 State, B.), 
house Mt. Pleasant, 2d on right from 
Walden 

Niles Sullivan (Niles Bros.), pork packer, 
Concord av., and (31 New F. H. mark- 
et, B.), house Washington avenue 

Niles W. Harmon, professor (Institute 
Technology, B. j, boards 10 Linden 

Nilsson Johan August, telescope maker 
Alvan Clark & Sons, Henry, boards 94 
Magazine 

Nirdlinger Chas. F., student H. U., rooms 
467 Broadway 

Nisbet Jas. W., grocer, 35 Banks, h. do. 

Nisbet, see Nesbitt 

Nixon Alex., hackman, house 11 Harding 

Nixon Edward, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, house 91 Brookline 

Nixon Geo. H., laborer, 308 Main, boards 
18 Maynard place 

Nixon John, grocer and hack stable, 133 
Brookline, house do. 

Nixon John A., house Hotel Clark 

Nixon Margaret, widow of George, house 
18 Maynard place 

Nixon Robert, teamster Jaynes & Co., 
house rear 18 Decatur 

Nixon VVm., hackman, house 11 McCabe 

Noble Charles O., cabinet maker, house 
443£ Cambridge 

Noble David A., mason, house 13 Amory 

Noble George W. C, private school (40 
Winter, B.), house 21 Concord avenue 

Noble Henry W., bookkeeper (249 Con- 
gress, B.), house 780 Main 

Noble William B., student H. U., rooms 2 
Weld Hall 

Noera Frank P., stamper, Otis, n. First, 
boards 36 Fairmont 

Noera Joseph F., hairdresser, 904£ Main, 
house 22 Mt. Auburn 

Nolan Dennis, teamster, Stiekney's whf., 
DeWolf, house 39 Cowperthwaite 

Nolan Edward, machinist, 368 Main 

Nolan Edward J., glass worker, house 103 
Spring 

Nolan Hugh, hostler, house 29 Harvard 

Nolan James, teamster, 26 Brighton, 
house 47 Sacramento 

Nolan James, shade painter, Blanche, 
house at Boston 

Nolan James H., marble-cutter A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, h. 13 Charles River 

Nolan John, expressman, h. 22 Plymouth 

Nolan Michael, laborer, house 15 Willow 



Nolan Michael, laborer, house Harvey, 
corner Montgomery 

Nolan Michael J., police, station 1, boards 
N. Nolan's, Holworthy 

Nolan Nicholas, laborer, h. Holworthy 

Nolan Patrick, boards Patrick Follen's, 
Jackson 

Nolan Thomas, gardener, h. r. 39 Garden 

Nolan Thomas, laborer, house 1 rear 13 
Charles River 

Nolan Thos. M., painter, house 11 Carson 

Nolan T., laborer, 368 Main 

Nolen William W., student H. U., rooms 
59 College House 

Noon Alfred, pastor Cottage street Meth- 
odist church, house 3 William 

Noonan Honora, widow of Patrick, house 

17 Banks 

Noonan Jeremiah, hostler U. R. Co., bds. 

2 Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Noonan Jeremiah, hostler TJ. R. Co., 

house School court 
Noonan John, junk, house 52 Fifth 
Noonan John A., student H. U., rooms 55 

College House 
Noonan Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 

40 Winthrop 
Noonan Michael, laborer, boards 163 

Broadway 
Noonan Patrick, laborer, h, 29 Winthrop 
Noonan Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., house 

2 Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Noonan Thomas F., machinist B. & L. R. 

R. shop, boards 41 Union 
Norcross William R., crockery, etc. (18 

Merchants row, B.), h. 34 Kirkland 
Nordstrom Emil, artist, 563 Main, house 

15 State [h. 1 State 

Nordstrom John E., artist, 563 Main, 
Norman Hugh K., student H. U., rooms 

18 Gray's Hall 

Normile Patrick, laborer, 21 Irving, b. do. 

Normile Thomas, hostler TJ. R. Co., bds. 
7 Grant 

Normoyle Michael, sewing-machine agent, 
647 Main, house at Somerville 

Norris Albert (Albert No rris & Co.), car- 
penter, 9 Western av., house 34 do. 
NORRIS ALBERT & CO. (Albeit 
Norris), carpenters, 9 Western av. 

Norris Albert L., physician and surgeon, 
674 Main, house do. 

Norris Charles A. , carpenter, house 115 
Western avenue 

Norris Edmund J., printer University 
Press, house 19 Mellen 

Norris Ellis, house Cushing, n. Belmont 

Norris James D., clerk 5 and 6 Harvard 
row, house 18 Mason 

Norris Nahum F., planer, 139 Broadway, 
house 91 Plymouth 

Norris Samuel, student H. U., rooms 15 
Weld Hall 

Norris William, provisions (86 Cedar, B.), 
house 59 Harvard 

Norris Wm. A., wood and coal, 6 Wes- 
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Norris Wm. H., carpenter, 9 Western 

avenue, house 105 Green 
Norris William H. T., carpenter, 9 West- 
ern avenue, house 31 Pleasant* 
North Avenue Savings Bank, 173 No. av. 
North Cambridge P. O., Porter's station, 

North avenue 
Norton Charles Eliot, Professor of the 
History of Art H. XL, house Shady 
hill, off Kirkland 
Norton Charles E., soap maker, house 436 

Cambridge 
Norton Edward H., soap mnfr., Winsor, 

junction Webster avenue, house do, 
Norton Fanny Mrs,, house 172 Franklin 
Norton George \\\, soap maker, boards 

Winsor, junction Webster avenue 
Norton James, hostler U. R. Co.,Duuster, 

boards 30 Decatur 
Norton James E., butcher, house 153 Gore 
Norton John, painter. 14 Church 
Norton John H., sawyer, 624 Main, boards 

172 Franklin 
Norton Julius, piano key finisher, house 

rear 27 Webster avenue 
Norton Nancy, widow of Michael, house 

25 North avenue 
Norton Patrick, horseshoer U. R. Co., 

Dunster, house 30 Decatur 
Norton Peter, laborer U. R. Co., boards 

172 Franklin 
Norval Charles, terra cotta worker (South 

Boston), house 23 Sidney 
Notman James, photographer, 7 Brattle, 

and (99Boylston, B.) 
Nott Richard, laborer, house 16 Madison 
Nourse Benjamin F., supt. of lamps, and 
sealer of weights and measures, office 
Central square building, Western av., 
house 45 William 
Nourse Benj. F. jr., letter collector P. O., 

611 Main, house 45 William 
Nourse Newell, salesman (75 Broad, B.), 

house 47 William 
Nourse Rufus J., gas and steam fitter 

(B.), house 5 Greenough avenue 
Nourse Rufus J. jr., shoemaker, boards 

5 Greenough avenue 
Noursou J., laborer, boards 13 Clark 
Nowell Francis S., carpenter, h. Chestnut, 

corner Hastings square 
Nowell George E., teamster, Otis, corner 

First, boards 108 Cambridge 
Noxon Schuyler V., roof painter, order 

box 600 Main, boards 127 Franklin 
Noyes Catherine M. Miss, house 99 Gore 
Noyes David W., gents' furnishing goods 

(5 Summer, B.), house 770 Main 
Noyes Francis L.,soap maker ,h. 103 Winsor 
Noyes Frank W., machinist, 72 Main, 

boards 10 Second 
Noyes George W., teacher of penmanship, 

house 71 Western avenue 
Noyes James A., student H. U., rooms 21 

Weld Hall 
Noyes Julia, widow of Curtis, house 13 
Second 



Noyes Lima N., widow of James, board- 
ing-house, 59 Third 

Noyes Miss, dancing academy, 4 Lee 

Noyes Oscar A., button-maker (172 Oliver, 
B. ), house 1 Lawrence 

Noyes Samuel, foreman (65 Franklin, B.), 
house 123 Prospect 

Noyes Samuel jr., salesman (43 Summer, 
B.). boards 13 Bigelow 

Noyes Thomas M., clerk (48 Chauncy, B.), 
boards 123 Prospect 

Noyes William, student H. U., rooms 56 
Matthews Hall 

Nudd Charles H., painter B. & L. R. R., 
house 91 Thorndike 

Nudd Elizabeth Mrs., boarding-house, 374 
Main 

Nudd Wm. H., hairdresser and boarding- 
house, 389 Main 

Nudlinger Charles F., student H. U., 
( boards 476 Broadway 

Nugent Barney, engineer, house 84 Third 

Nugent John, messenger (W. U. Tel. Co., 
B. ), boards rear 103' Spring 

Nugent Patrick, farmer, house 65 Spring 

Nugent Thomas, laborer, house rear 103 
Spiing 

Nugent Thomas F„ clerk (450 Washing- 
ton, B. ), boards rear 103 Spring 

Nutter Abbie R. Mrs., dressmaker, house 
9 Broadway 

Nutting Charles O., machinist, 454 Main, 
boards 34 Pearl 

Nutting Eliza S., widow, h. 91 Auburn 

Nutting Ephraim M., carriage painter, 
Palmer, n. Brattle, h. 46 North av. 

Nutting James L., pilot, house 15 Third 

Nutting Jonathan D , hardware mnfr., 
454 Main, house 34 Pearl 

Nutting Leander J., painter, house 284 
Broadway 

Nutting Philip (P. Nuttiug & Co.), black- 
smith. Palmer, house Nutting place 

Nutting P. & Co. .(Philip Nutting and 
Joel H. Prescott), blacksmiths and 
■wheelwrights, Palmer, near Brattle 

Nye Mary E. Mrs., house Garden st. pi. 

Nye Walter B., student H. U., rooms 14 
Weld Hall 

Nyhen Daniel, peddler, house 12 Willow 

Nyman Edgar A., salesman, Otis, corner 
First, house at Chelsea 

Nystrom Gustavus, safe maker, 17 Main, 
house 62 Broadway 

OAKES ELECTRIONS, laborer, boards 15 

Baldwin 
Oakey John, boiler maker, 92 Main, house 

239 do. 
Oakey Talbot, laborer, house 23 Hastings 
Ober Israel F., com. salesman, h. 85 Inman 
Oberg Andrew G., machinist, 356 Main, 

house 13 Clark 
Obery Joseph, glass-cutter, h. 9 Seventh 
O'Brien Bernard, mason, house 35 Winter 
O'Brien Bridget, widow of John, h. 69 

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O'Brien Cornelius, laborer, house 4 Lech- 
mere place 
O'Brien Dauiel, iron molder, 368 Main 
O'Brien Daniel, helper, 368 Main, house 

112 Brookline 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, h. 35 Cambridge 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 44 Flagg 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 10 East 
O'Brien Edmuud, house 130 Pleasant 
O'Brien Edmund jr., machinist, 356 Main, 

house 55 Fairmont 
O'Brien Edward B., peddler, h.86 Sparks 
O'Brien Ellen, widow, h. 265 Cambridge 
O'Brien Frank, laborer, h. r. 3S2 Camb'ge 
O'Brien George P., printer University 

Press, boards 190 Green 
O'Brien Honora, widow, h. 68 Harvard 
O'Brien Hugh J., flagman G. J. R. R., h. 

271 Main 
O'Brien James, teamster, h. 47 Spruce 
O'Brien James, teamster, 169 Gore, house 

14 Xorth [shire 

O'Brien James, glass mixer, h. 135 Hamp- 
O'Brien James, engineer, bds. 42 School 
O'Brien James, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 214 Pearl 
O'Brien James, laborer, house 3 Linehan 

block, Third 
O'Brien James, peddler, house 159 Green 
O'Brien James Mrs., house Rolling Mill 

block, Portland 
O'Brien James W., painter, b. 47 Spruce 
O'Brien James E. Rev., pastor St. Peter's 

church, house 29 Buckingham 
O'Brien James F., brass finisher, house 

20 Plymouth 
O'Brien Jas. H., carpenter, h. 164 Norfolk 
O'Brien James H., carpenter B. & L. R. 

R., house 15 Winter 
O'Brien James M., book gilder Riverside 

Press, house 16 Flagg 
O'Brien Jas. S., cabinet-maker,h.6 Winter 
O'Brien Jeffrey, laborer, house 11 Wyeth 
O'Brien Jeremiah, gilder, house 44 

Washington 
O'Brien Jeremiah, horseshoer, 498 Main, 

house 9 Bristol [b do. 

O'Brien Jeremiah J., grocer, 9 Bristol, 
O'Brien Johu, painter, house 73 River 
O'Brien John, pastor St. John's church, 

house 83 Otis 
O'Brien John, laborer, house r. 45 Amory 
O'Brien John, brass molder, 368 Main 
O'Brien John, iron molder, 368 Main 
O'Brieu John, laborer, house 24S Frauklin 
O'Brien John, laborer, 203 Bridge, house 

at Somerville 
O'Brien John F. (P. O'Brien & Son), florist, 

820 Main, and 89 Sparks, and garden- 
er Mt. Auburn cemetery, b. 88 Sparks 
O'Brien John L., boards rear 58 Charles 
O'Brien John M., laborer, house rear 37 

Charles 
O'Brien Lizzie A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

214 Pearl 
O'Brien Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 

132 Webster avenue 



O'Brien Michael, teamster, 166 River, h. 

12 Hayes court 
O'Brien Michael, stone-cutter, 53 Main, 

house 120 Third 
O'Brien Patrick, tailor, h. 202 Hampshire 
O'Brien Patrick, painter, house 24 Vine 
O'Brien Patrick, brass melter, 368 Main 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, h. 194 Dublin 
O'Brien Patrick (P. O'Brien & Son), florist, 

89 Sparks and 820 Main, and gardener 

and contractor Mt. Auburn cemetery, 

house 88 Sparks 

O'BRIEN P. & SON (Patrick and 
John F. O'Brien), floral conservato- 
ries, 89 Sparks, and 820 Main, and 
gardeners and contractors Mt. Au- 
burn cemetery 
O'Brien Patrick J., upholsterer, boards 

265 Cambridge 
O'Brien Robert, piano key maker, boards 

42 School 
O'Brien Terrence, plumber, b. 190 Green 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h. r. 249 Franklin 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h. 190 Green 
O'Brien Thomas, miller, house 20 Pioneer 

avenue 
O'Brien Thomas jr., pressman (117 Frank- 
lin, B.),Hboards 190 Green 
O'Brien Timothy, baker, Fourth, corner 

Vine, boards 34 Vine 
O'Brien Timothy, laborer, h. 12 Short 
O'Brien William, laborer B. & A. R. R., 

house 126 Brookline 
O'Brien Win., grocer, 25 Harvey, h. do. 
O'Brien William P., clerk, 535 Main, bds. 

475| do. 
O'Brion Fulton, flour, grain and feed, 190 

North avenue, house at Somerville 
Obst Augustine, cabinet maker, house 38 

Howard 
Obst Henry, baker, house 1 Clay 
Obst Joseph A., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 

38 Howard 
O'Callaghan John Wm, student H. U., 

rooms 6 Stoughton Hall 
O'Callaghan Robert E., student H. U., 

rooms 6 Stoughton Hall 
O'Callaghan Wm. Francis, student H. TJ., 

rooms 23 Hollis Hall 
O'Connell Andrew, laborer, h. 120 Third 
O'Connell A., brass finisher, 368 Main 
O'Connell Charles, rope maker, rear 147 

Dublin, house 133 do. 
O'Connell Chas. E., currier, boards Mont- 
gomery, corner Harvey 
O'Connell Daniel, dry goods, 219 North 

avenue, house 221 do. 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Railroad 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h. Ill Dublin 
O'Connell Edward, laborer, h. 112 Third 
O'Connell James, laborer, h. 265 Franklin 
O'Connell James E., tin worker, 163 Pleas- 
ant, house 16 Walnut court 
O'Connell Jane, widow of Daniel, house 

rear 20 Carson 
O'Connell Jeffrey, boards rear 20 Carson 
O'Connell Jeremiah, laborer, h. 21 Porter 



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O'Connell Jeremiah, painter, b. Ill Dublin 
O'Connell John, laborer, house 6 Third 
O'Connell John, butcher, h. 41 Winter 
O'Connell John, laborer, house 21 Porter 
O'Connell John, laborer, h. 152 Bridge 
O'Connell John, cooper, h. 17 Valentine 
O'Connell John, currier, h. 371 North av. 
O'Connell John 2d, teamster, house 206 
Franklin [Harvey 

O'Connell John Mrs., h. Montgomery, c. 
O'Connell Maurice, laborer, h. 2 Hastings 
O'Connell Michael, carpenter, house 214 

Bridge 
O'Connell Michael, flagman Dublin street 

crossing F. R. R., house 129 Dublin 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, h. 9 Carson 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, h. 21 McCabe 
O'Connell Patrick, tailor, h. 36 Harvard 
O'Connell Peter, laborer, h. 106 Fourth 
O'Connell Thomas J., carriage painter, 

232 North avenue, house 6 Reed 
O'Connell Timothy, laborer,h. 47 Jefferson 
O'Connell William, cabinet maker, 44 

Cambridge, house 198 do. 
O'Connell William, laborer, house 31 Rice 
O'Conner Cornelius, hackman, b. 7 Dyke 
O' Conner Cornelius, hostler, 575^ Main, 

house rear 162 Franklin 
O'Connor Ann, widow, h. r. 79 Hastings 
O'Connor Cornelius, contractor, house 76 

Spruce 
O'Connor Cornelius, teamster, b. 20 Sparks 
O'Connor Daniel, road master U. R. Co., 

boards 155 Franklin 
O'Connor Dennis, laborer, b. 79 Brighton 
O'Connor Ellen, widow of Jeremiah, h. 
79 Brighton [Eighth 

O'Connor Ellen, widow of Peter, house 9 
O'Connor Frank J., printer University 

Press, boards 75 In man 
O'Connor James, carver, house 96 Gore 
O'Connor Jeremiah, laborer, house 236 
Franklin [avenue 

O'Connor Jeremiah, currier, b. 364 North 
O'Connor Jeremiah P., laborer, boards 69 
Spruce [Flagg 

O'Connor Jeremiah T., laborer, house 22 
O'Connor Joanna, widow of Cornelius, 

house rear 209 Mt. Auburn 
O'Connor Joanna, widow of Patrick, 

house rear 167 Franklin 
O'Connor John, hostler, house 5 Carson 
O'Connor John, shoemaker, h. 11 Jefferson 
O'Connor John, printer, boards 30 Mt. 

Auburn 
O'Connor John, laborer, h. 10 Hancock 
O'Connor John, currier, house 41 Spruce 
O'Connor John H., currier, boards 364 
North avenue [Hastings 

O'Connor John W., cabinet maker, h. 2 
O'Connor Julia, widow of Patrick, house 

8 Foster 
O'Connor Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, 7 

Winter, house do. 
O'Connor Martin E., boards 11 School 
O'Connor Mary, widow of Martin, house 
11 School 



O'Connor Mary, widow of William, board- 
ing-house, 364 North avenue 
O'Connor Michael, clerk, 198 Cambridge, 

boards do. 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, h. 103 Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, h. 28 Warren 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, h. 69 Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, fisherman, house rear 

55 Charles 
O'Connor Patrick, contractor, h. 11 Sparks 
O'Connor Thomas, marble-cutter, house 

75 In man 
O'Connor Thomas, hostler, house Cush- 

ing, near Vineyard 
O'Connor Thomas, laborer, h. 22 Warren 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer, h. 3 Porter 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer, h. 20 Sparks 
O'Connor William, baker, 502 Main 
O'Connor William P., clerk, 346 North av., 

boards 364 do. 
O'Connor, see Connor 
O'Dea John, carpenter, boards 13 Third 
Odiorne Edward, boiler-maker, boards 23 

Sidney 
Odiorne Frederick, bookkeeper (220 Dev- 
onshire, B.), house 287 Harvard 
Odiorne J., boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Odiorne William H., house 287 Harvard 
O'Donnell Francis, painter, boards James 

O'Donnell's, foot of Third 
O'Donnell Hugh R., asst pastor St. John's 

church, house 83 Otis 
O'Donnell J as., blacksmith, h. 15 McCabe 
O'Donnell James, depot master B. & L. 

R. R., foot of Third, house do. 

O'Donnell James P., painter, bds. James 

O'Donnell's, Third [Harvard 

O'Donnell Jeremiah, tailor, house rear 29 

O'Donnell Joseph, painter, boards James 

O'Donnell's, foot of Third 
O'Donnell J., brass-finisher, 368 Main 
O'Donnell Kate Mrs., house 7 Foster 
O'Donnell Mary, widow, boards 5 Seventh 
O'Donnell Patrick, glass-blower, house 

335 Cambridge 
O'Donnell Peter, laborer, house 17 Grant 
O'Donnell Pi., boiler-maker, 72 Main 
O'Donnell Thomas, laborer, b. 17 Warren 
O'Donnell William, gasman, h. 17 Grant 
O'Donnell Wm., carriage washer, Church, 

boards 7 Foster 
Offinger Charles, cabinet maker, house 

rear 13 Vine 
Ogle Thomas Mrs., house 46 Hastings 
O'Haire Patrick, plasterer, house 23 Reed 
O'Hara Abbie Mrs., house 12 Hancock 
O'Hara Daniel, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 5 Hamilton 
O'Hara James, laborer, b. John O'Hara's, 

Murray 
O'Hara John, laborer, b. Murray, n. Eliot 
O'Hara Thomas, teamster, 204 Sidney, 

house do. 
O'Hara Thomas jr., teamster, b. 204 Sidney 
O'Hara Thomas, janitor Hilton block, 
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O'Hara Thomas, laborer, h. 40 Jeffersou 
O'Hara Thos. B., laborer, bds. 40 Jefferson 
O'Hare Edward J., liquors, 72 Broadway, 

house 3 Pelham 
O'Hare J. R. H., conductor U. R. Co. 
O'Hare Martin, gardener Edward W. 

Hooper, house Reservoir, below the 

reservoir [Reservoir 

O'Hare Mary Mrs., bds. Martin O'Hare's, 
O'Hare Stephen, laborer, h. 172 Winsor 
Ohde Bernard, cooper, boards 38 Spring 
O'Hearn Maurice, gardener, 121 Brattle, 

house 1 Foster [33 Harvey 

O'Hearn Timothy, confectioner, h. rear 
O'Hearn Thomas, laborer John Reardon 

6 Sons, bds. John Starkey's, Waverly 
O'Hearn, see Ahearn 

O'Kane Oscar J., student H. U.,rms. 20 Lee 
O'Keefe Cornelius, currier, house 55 Cedar 
O'Keefe Daniel, laborer, house 58 Spruce 
O'Keefe Daniel, currier, house George, 

corner Montgomery 
O'Keefe David, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 21 Decatur 
O'Keefe Fergus, peddler, house 7 Athens 
O'Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, h. 1 Broadway 
O'Keefe Jeremiah, laborer U. R. Co., house 

106 Tremont 
O'Keefe Mary, wid. of James, h. 54 Bolton 
O'Keefe Patrick, plasterer, h. 63 Spruce 
O'Keefe Timothy, laborer, h. 27 Warren 
O'Leary Daniel, laborer, h. 167 Franklin 
O'Leary Dennis, burnisher, 163 Pleasant, 

house 19 Fairmont 
O'Leary Dennis, coal driver, 81 Bridge, 
house 27 Gore [68 School 

O'Leary Humphrey, tailor, 453 Main, bds. 
O'Leary John, laborer, house 81 Brighton 
O'Leary John, carpenter, house 197 Dublin 
O'Leary John, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house 59 Brighton 
O'Leary John, laborer, house 11 Jefferson 
O'Leary Michael, machinist, h. 25 Sixth 
O'Leary Michael, confectioner, 1 Harvard 

square, house at Somerville 
Olive Douglass, apothecary, 165 Harvard, 

house 99 Inman 
Olive George M., apothecary, 288 North 

avenue, house 1 Dover 
Oliver Charles, telephone builder, boards 

108 Norfolk 
Oliver David M., provisions (26 F. H. Mar- 
ket, B.), house 11 Linnssan 
Oliver Ellery, house 1 1 Boardman 
Oliver George P., piano-case maker (Le- 

land place, B.), house 108 Norfolk 
Oliver George R. (Oliver & Rowe), stoves, 

525 Main, house 96 Columbia 
Oliver Harris J., freight agent B. & A. R. 

R., Spring, house" 138 Thorndike 
Oliver Hubbard, harness-maker (150 Tre- 
mont. B.), house 111 Prospect 
Oliver John, carpenter, boards 4 River- 
side place 
Oliver Robert H., carpenter, h. 24 Warren 
Oliver Sarah H., widow of David B., house 

7 Appian-way 



Oliver Thomas, hostler, 229 Cambridge, 
boards 24 Warren 

OLIVEli & ROWE (Geo. R. Oliver 
and Reuben B. Rowe), stoves and tin- 
ware, 525 Main 
Olmstead Chaney Mrs., h. r. 358 Broadway 
Olmstead Susan H. Mrs., house 70 Dana 
Olmsted Oliver A., student H. XL, rooms 

36 Holyoke House 
O'Loughlin John J., shoemaker, 421 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Olsen Andrew, at Memorial Hall, bds. do. 
Olsen Carl, action-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 21 Sidney 
Olsen Charles (Moller & Co.), provisions, 

403 Main & 103 Prospect, h. 36 Cherry 
Olsen John T., safe-maker, h. 119 Harvard 
Olson John, laborer, house 111 Tremont 
Olson John T., grainer, bds. 41 Tremont 
Olson Jonas, grainer, Bridge, cor. Third, 

house 41 Tremont 
Olson Olof J., fresco-painter, boards 50 

Trowbridge 
Olsson John, piano-maker, 624 Main, h. 1 

State 
Olsson John F., gilder, 8 Harvard square, 

house at Boston 
Olsson Victor A., cabinet-maker, 624 Main, 

house 51 Clark 
O'Malley Ann, wid. of Francis, h. 71 Gore 
O'Malley Austin, rubber, 203 Bridge, h. 

at Saugus 
O'Mara David, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 3 Bell lb. do. 

O'Mara David A., tailor, 454 Cambridge, 
O'Mara Patrick, laborer, h. 200 Dublin 
O'Neil Alice Mrs. , grocer, Cushing, corner 

Locust, house do. 
O'Neil Charles, laborer, h. 8Lechmerepl. 
O'Neil Charles, galvanizer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 6 Decatur 
O'Neil C, iron-m older, 368 Main 
O'Neil Daniel, laborer, bds. 165 Broadway 
O'Neil Felix, laborer W. T. Richardson & 

Co., house 10 Charles River 
O'Neil James, soap-maker Hale, Teele & 

Bisbee, house 137 Portland 
O'Neil James, laborer, h. 1 Dickinson 
O'Neil James, foreman U. R. Co. stable 

(Brighton district) 
O'Neil James, laborer (E. B.), h. 6 Decatur 
O'Neil Jeremiah, laborer, h. 10 Conlon ct. 
O'Neil John, harness-maker, 102 Main, 

boards do. 
O'Neil John, decorator, bds. 14 Railroad 
O'Neil Martin T., brass-filer, 368 Main, h. 

rear 6 Lopez 
O'Neil Michael, milkman, bds. 114 Oxford 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, h. rear 140 Garden 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, house 14 Railroad 
O'Neil Michael, teamster John Reardon 

& Sons, boards 85 Brookline 
O'Neil O., driver U. R. Co. 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house 123 Fourth 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house 9 Railroad 
O'Neil Patrick Mrs., house Hampshire, c. 

Bristol 



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O'Neil Thomas, teamster, h. 106 Harvard 
O'Neil Thomas, teamster, h. 24 Plymouth 
O'Neil Walter, laborer, house 106 Third 
O'Neil William, laborer, 610 Main, house 
65 Elm [15 Vine 

O'Neill Arthur, clothes pressman (B.), b. 
O'Neill Cornelius, laborer, house 16 Clark 
O'Neill James, cabinet-maker, b. 4 Vine 
O'Neill James E., bookkeeper (4 P. O. sq., 

B.), boards 17 Fifth 
O'Neill John, laborer, h. 431 Cambridge 
O'Neill John, laborer, house 4 Vine 
O'Neill John H., varnisher, 624 Main,bds. 

4 Vine 
O'Neill Peter, stone-cutter, 53 Main, house 

172 Third 
O'Neill Samuel O., baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, 

house 25 Grant 
O'Neill Sarah, widow of James, h. 17 Fifth 
O'Neill Wm. F., currier (B.),h. 117 Spring 
O'Neill, see O'Neil, Neil and Neill 
Oneti Giobata,fruit,523 Main.h. at Boston 
Opdycke Leonard E., law student H. IL, 

rooms 48 Gray's Hall 
Orcutt Alfred H., house 148 Brookline 
Orcutt David H., bookfinisher,b. 13 Union 
Orcutt Henry J.,mason,rms. 26 Mt.Auburn 
Orcutt Ira B., house 17 Upton 
Orcutt Jane H., widow of William H., h. 
13 Union [516 do. 

Orcutt Wallace A., baker, 502 Main, bds. 
Orcutt William A., bookbinder (51 Char- 
don, B.), house 29 Grigg 
Orcutt William H., associate justice Police 
Court, City building. Brattle sq., and 
attorney-at-law (82 Devonshire, room 
10, B.), house 17 Upton 
Ordway Samuel H., law student H. U., 

rooms 404 Harvard 
O'Reagan Cornelius, shoemaker,h. 9 Holly 
O'Reagan John, laborer, house Lexington 

avenue, 2d from North avenue 
O'Regan Thomas, shoemaker (B.), bds. 

9 Holly 
O'Regan Thomas J., shoemaker, 365 

Main, house 9 Holly 
O'Reilley Francis J., mason, house Gar- 
den court, 2d from Dublin 
Organ James, driver U. R. Co. 
O'Riley John, laborer, house 121 Spruce 
O'Riley Thomas, laborer, h. 152 Charles 
O'Riley William, hostler, h. 104 Sparks 
Orne Caroline F. Miss, house 49 Auburn 
Orne Charles P., apothecary, 837 Main, 
boards 495 do. [do. 

Orne Joel S., apothecary, 493 Main, h. 495 
Orne John jr., teacher physical depart- 
ment high school, house 104 Ellery 
O'Rourke Jeremiah, laborer, house 8 Mag- 
azine court 
O'Rourke Joseph, at Howard M. Sawyer's, 

boards at Boston 
O'Rourke Patrick, house 98 Main 
O'Rourke, see Rourke 
Orphans' Home, Avon hill st., n. Linnaean 
Orr Johu, printer University Press, house 
54 Mt. Auburn 



Orr Wm. Rev., pastor St. Paul's R. C 

church, house 34 Holyoke 
Osborn Adolphus, soap makers' supplies 

(25 Central whf., B.), h. 141 Austin 
Osborn Charles M., student H. U., rooms 

896 Main 
Osborn Eldorado, confectionery.h. 16 Park 
Osborn Francis A., com. mer. (25 Central 

wharf, B.), house 89 Auburn 
Osborn Ira, house £2 Inman 
Osborn James D. Mrs., h. 130 Washington 
Osborn James H., sewing-machine agent, 

441 Main, house 47 Fairmont 
Osborn Jesse, messenger Shawm ut Na- 

tonal Bank (60 Congress, B.), house 

202 Putnam avenue 
Osborn Mary F. Mrs., house 50 Columbia 
Osborn Moses, hairdresser, h. 182 Green 
Osborn Nancy, widow of Joseph, house 6 

William 
Osborn S. Minnie Miss, music-teacher, 

410 Harvard, house do. 
Osborn Thomas M., student H. U., rooms 

5 Thayer Hall 

Osborne Anna M. Miss, private school, 35 

Norfolk, house do. 
Osborne Horace K., clerk (204 Purchase, 

B.), house 17 Lee 
Osborne Mary A. Mrs., house 35 Norfolk 
Osborne Susan O., widow of John, house 

408 Harvard 
Osgood Anna F. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, b. 298 North avenue 
Osgood Carrie W. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, boards at Boston 
Osgood EdwardS., house 102 Ellery 
Osgood George, house 729 Cambridge 
Osgood George L., music teacher (149 A, 

Tremont, B.), h. 2 Divinity avenue 
Osgood George P., clerk Riverside Press, 

house at Boston 
Osgood Gorham P., carriage and orna- 
mental painter, 270 North avenue, 

boards Porter's Hotel 
Osgood Jennie M., sub-teacher Webster 

grammar school 
Osgood Julia H. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, bds. Elm, n. Russell 
Osgood Sarah H., widow of Nathaniel, 

house 42 Essex 
Osgood Walter G., compositor (31 State, 

B.), house 729 Cambridge 
Osgood William T., salesman (486 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 729 Cambridge 
O'Shea James, laborer, house 34 Foster 
O'Shea James P., laborer, h. 8 Willard ct. 
O'Shea John, granite polisher Wight & 

Scorgie, boards 213 Mt. Auburn 
O'Shea Mary, widow of John, house 213 

Mt. Auburn [Auburn 

O'Shea Michael, stone-cutter, bds. 213 Mt. 
O'Shea William, bookbinder (46 Federal, 

B.), house 1 Lake 
O'Shea, see Shea, also Shay 
Ostburg J. A., carriage-trimmer, 131 Main 
O'Sullivan Florence, cooper JohnReardon 

6 Sons, house 71 Brookline 



J. G. & N. G. 
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Order Box, Ayer's Stable, 904 Main, Cambridge; 
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O'Sullivan Michael, gardener, h. 14 Mill 

Otis Edmund B., counselor, h. 67 Oxford 

Otis Emma C. Mrs., teacher Willard pri- 
mary school, house 65 Magazine 

Otis James, student H. U., rooms 41 Mat- 
thews Hall 

Otis James K, furniture mnfr. (38 Char- 
don, B.), house 36 Bigelow 

Otis Louis, brick-maker, house 104 Dublin 

Otis William S., law student H. U., rooms 
14Plympton |2 Pelharri 

O'Toole Edward, stone-cutter, 19 Main, h. 

O'Toole James., laborer, h. 18 Pioneer av. 

O'Toole John, blacksmith. Palmer, near 
Church, boards 68 Brighton 

O'Toole Patrick, shoemaker, 55 Charles, 
house do. 

O'Toole Stephen, lithographer Riverside 
Press, house 10 Hamilton 

Otto Catherine, widow of William, house 
62 Harvard 

Otto William, hairdresser, 444 Cambridge, 
boards 62 Harvard 

Oulton James, blacksmith B. & L. R. R. 
shop, house at Charlestown 

Outhwaite Charlotte Mrs., carpet-maker, 
house 2 Central place 

Overton Benjamin, coachman, 170 Brook- 
line, boards do. 

Owen Daniel E. (D. E. Owen & Co.), Eu- 
reka hitch. 555 Main, h. at New York 

Owen D. E. & Co. (Daniel E. Owen and 
Frasier & Smith), Eureka hitch, 555 
Main 

Owen George, house 17 Ellsworth avenue 

Owen John, author, bds. 56 Mt. Auburn 

Owen Nathaniel Mrs., boarding-house 2 
Columbia 

Owen William H., piano-hammer cover 
maker, 555 Main, boards 2 Columbia 

Owens Hugh, house 52 Fifth 

Owens James, laborer, 126 Portland, house 
35 Hampshire 

Owens James, watchman, 126 Portland, 
house Rolling mill block 

Owens James, plasterer, house 2 Jefferson 

Owens John E., laborer, 72 Main, house 33 
Pioneer place 

Owler William, printer Riverside Press, 
house 25 Blackstone 

Owmet Max, polisher, house 35 Vine 

Oxford Charles F., machinist, 72 Main, 
boards 24 Cottage 

Oxford Charles W. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), 
furniture, 529 Main, h. 42 Magazine 

Oxford Joseph M. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), 
furniture, 529 Main, house 24 Cottage 

Oxford J. M. & Co. (Joseph M. and Chas. 
W. Oxford), furniture, etc., 529 Main 

Oxnard Henry T., student H. U., rooms 
16 Winthrop 

PACH G. W. & BROS., photogra- 
phers, Cambridge, corner Prescott, 
house at New York 
Packard Albert H., salesman, 539 Main, 
boards 40 Pearl 



Packard Alonzo (Packard & Burrill), 

brush mnfr. (8 Union, B.), house 101 

Thorn dike 
Packard Ellen L., widow of Frederick, 

house Francis avenue 
Packard Emery J., carpenter and builder, 

286 Broadway,' house 90 Norfolk 
Packard Frederick A., paper (24 Hawley, 

B.), house 7 White 
Packard Horace N., student H. U., rooms 

22 Thayer Hall 
Packard Walter M., student H. U., rooms 

22 Thayer Hall 
Packer Clinton M. (C. M. and J. W. Pack- 
er), Western avenue, junction Banks 

boards 28 Chestnut 
Packer C. M. & J. W. (Clinton M. and 

James W. Packer), carpenters and 

weatherstrip mnfrs., Western avenue, 

junction Banks 
Packer James W. (C. M. & J. W. Packer), 

Western avenue, junction Banks, 

house 28 Chestnut 
Packwood John, glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., house 76 Spring 
Paddock Eliza A. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, boards 55 Third 
Page Austin, box-maker, bds. 89 Winsor 
Page Carlos L., boards 445 Cambridge 
Page George G. (George G. Page & Co.), 

3 Hampshire, house 445 Cambridge 

PAGE GEO. G. & CO. (George G., 
Ovando G., and Wesley L. Page), box 
mnfrs., 3 Hampshire, June. Broadway 
Page George H., student fl. U., rooms 41 

Holyoke House 
Page Jane E., variety store, 214 North av- 
enue, boards 212£ do. ■ 
Page Julia, widow of Asa, h. 37 Pleasant 
Page Luey A. Mrs., house 5 Dover 
Page Minnie Miss, house 118 Prospect 
Page Ovando G. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), 3 

Hampshire, house 141 Washington 
Page Paul T., house 113 Inman 

PAGE PERKINS C, butter and 
cheese (24 Suffolk market, B.), house 

21 Prospect [Dunster 

Page P. J. E., student H. TJ., rooms 28 
Page Sarah G., widow of Charles A., house 

49 Auburn 
Page Sarah H. Miss, private school, 29 Ev- 
erett, boards do. 
Page Wesley L. (George G. Page & Co.), 

box-maker, 3Hampshire,h. 2 Worcester 
Page William, house 23 Lee 
Page Wm. C. D., machinist, 72 Main, 

house 21 Washington 
Page William H., student H. U., rooms 

61 College House 
Paige Caroline E., wid.,h. 67 Magazine 
Paige David F. (43 West, B.), house 67 

Magazine 
Paige Dennis A. (Paige & Gove), cheese 

maker, 15 Second, bds. at Somerville 
Paige Edwin M., driver, h. 93 Auburn 
Paige Elisha B., house 93 Auburn 
Paige Frank (43 West, B.), h. 67 Magazine 



rTM1? f n?T5VT5frm?Tr gardeners, contractors, 

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Paige Lucius R., house 112 Washington 

Paige & Gove (Dennis A. Paige and Ar- 
chibald R. Gove), wholesale milk deal- 
ers and cheese ranfrs., 15 Second 

Paine Calvin C, soap maker, 18S Broad- 
way, house 138 Harvard ' 

Paine Chas. M., optician(544 Washington, 
B.). house 84 Washington 

Paine Ellen, widow, house 6 Houghton 

Paine Frederick M., clerk, 17 Brattle, 
house 42 Holyoke 

Paine Henry W., counselor (53 Tremont, 
B. ). house 66 Sparks 

Paine Isaac, house 40 Austin 

Paine Jas. L., student H. U., bds. 8 Dana 

Paine John K., professor of music H. U., 
house 8 Frisbie place 

Paine John S., furniture (48 Canal, B. ), 
house 8 Dana 

Paine Oren O., sea-captain, b. 40 Austin 

Paine O. W., treas. American Rubber Co., 
Potter, house at Boston 

Paine Robert S., bookkeeper (122 South 
Market, B.), house 167 Prospect 

Paine Robert T., student H. U., rooms 25 
Holyoke House 

Paine Timothy, brass finisher, 368 Main 

Paine, see Payne 

Palfrey Caznau Rev., house 94 Oxford 

Palfrey John G., author, house Oxford, 
opposite Everett 

Palm as Charles, janitor Agassiz school, 
h. Crescent, 3d on right from Oxford 

Palmer Allison H., turner, 162 Broadway, 
house at Chelsea 

Palmer Alvina, widow, house Walden, 
near Hubbard avenue 

Palmer Benjamin H., driver U. R. Co., 
house rear 421 Cambridge 

Palmer Burten S., printer University 
Press, boards 29 Holyoke 

Palmer Charles, hostler, h. r. 421 Camb. 

Palmer Daniel S., cook, house 48 Market 

Palmer David, boards 509 Main 

Palmer Edgar F., sawyer, 624 Main, bds. 
1 Cambridge avenue 

Palmer Fred M., train dispatcher B. & A. 
R. R., house 12 Warland 

Palmer Geo. H., asst. professor of Philos- 
ophy H. U., rooms 27 Stoughton Hall 

Palmer Geo. M., student H. U., boards 21 
Fayette 

Palmer Granville, carpenter, h.HU Inman 

Palmer Jas. M., president National Car- 
bureter Co., and president National 
Radiant Co. (19 Tremont row, B.), 
house 21 Fayette 

Palmer James S., confectioner, boards 34 
Broadway 

Palmer John* mnfg. jeweler (7 Green.B.), 
boards 509 Main 

Palmer John, cutter, house 34 Broadway 

Palmer John, groceries, etc., Gore, corner 
Second, house 86 Gore 

Palmer Nancy C. Miss, house 89 Gore 

Palmer Patrick, laborer, h. 188 Norfolk 

Pancoast Benj., tinman, house 20 Howard 



Pancoast Charles W., bookkeeper, 446 

Main, house 440 do. 
Pancoast George E., printer University 

Press, boards 102 Western avenue 
Panin Ivan, student H. U., rooms 69 

College House 
Panning J. Fred., varnisher, h. 19 Fifth 
Parish Chester, sorter, 247 Pearl, bds. do. 
Park Catherine B., widow of Robert, 

nurse, house 8 Laurel 
Park Edward G., engineer B. & L. R. R., 

boards Hotel Cambridge 
Park George W., lawyer (48 Congress, B.), 

house 24 Arlington 
Park John, carpenter, house 2 Sands 
Park Jonathan, wood turner, 162 Broad- 
way, house 7 Union 
Park Trenor L., student H. U., rooms 21 

Little's block 
Parker Abbott, newspapers, etc., 534 

Cambridge, house 105 Inman 
Parker Artemas, stone contractor, Gore 

wharf, Third, and (35 Hawley, B.), 

house at Boston 
Parker Bridget, widow of John T., house 

363 Main 
Parker Carlton Mrs., house 30 Tremont 
Parker Chauncey P., house 56 Sacramento 
Parker Christopher C, waiter Memorial 

Hall, rooms 20 Flagg 
Parker Daniel W.. real estate( 13 Tremont, 

B.), house 262 Pearl 
Parker Edmund M., law student H. U., 

house 5 Craigie 
Parker Edward H., salesman (27 Winter, 

B.), boards 30 Tremont 
Parker Eliza C. Miss, house 23 Garden 
Parker Ellen, widow of Thomas B., house 

16 Farwell place « 
Parker Ellen M. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, boards at Medf ord 
Parker Florence G. Miss, bookkeeper, 29 

Brattle, boards 16 Farwell place 
Parker Francis H., salesman (34 North, 

B.), house Holworthy 
Parker Frank H., clerk (33 Summer, B.), 

boards 30 Tremont 
Parker Fred. C. (Aaron & Parker), cigar 

maker, 513 Main, house 40 Winsor 
Parker F. Edward, salesman (13 Federal, 

B.), house 112 Inman 
Parker Geo. C, boards 30 Tremont 
Parker Geo. E., brush maker (Oliver, B.), 

house 89 Vine 
Parker George E. jr., machinist, 169 Gore, 

boards 89 Vine 

PARKER HORATIO G., lawyer 
(44 Sears bldg., B.), h. 29 Concord av. 
Parker James T., broom maker, 412 Main, 

boards 3 Prospect 
Parker Jerome W., foreman, 169 Gore, h. 

94 Thorndike 
Parker John E., laborer gas works, house 

at Somerville 
Parker John E., laborer, house 14 Dublin 
Parker John T., 368 Main, bds. 363 do. 
Parker Joseph, brass finisher, 368 Main 



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Parker Lawrence L. jr., engineer B. & L. 

R. R., house 72 Cambridge 
Parker Leander W., clerk, 3 Brattle, bds. 

39 Brighton 
Parker Lei and N., h. Harris, opp. Frost 
Parker Levi W., clerk (147 Milk, B.), 

boards 38 Second 
Parker Lilia Mrs., house 213 North av. 
Parker Louisa P. Miss, teacher, boards 38 

Second 
Parker Luther L., deputy sheriff, office 

Lechmere Bank building, E. Chouse 

38 Second 
Parker Marcellus B., clerk, Pearl, cor. 

Allston, h. Acorn, cor. Chestnut 
Parker Mary M., widow of Joel, house 5 

Craigie 
Parker Matilda, widow of John, house 67 

Western avenue 
Parker Samuel T. (G. P. Sanborn & Son), 

pickle mnfr., 130 Gore, h. at Wakefield 
Parker Sarah T. Mrs., b. 212 North av. 
Parker Thomas, hay and grain, 240 and 

242 Main, h. at West Somerville 
Parker Thomas A., cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury building, Otis, h. at Reading 
Parker Willard, clerk (31 Otis, B.), bds. 

30 Tremont 
Parker William, carver, house 22 Fifth 
Parker William, waiter Memorial Hall, h. 

11 Flagg street court 
Parker William H. D., waiter Memorial 

Hall, house 11 Flagg street court 
Parker Willie H., clerk, b. 213 North av. 

PARKHILL SAMUEL J., printer 
(218 Franklin, B.), bds. 53 Norfolk 

Parkhurst Charles F., painter, house 2 
Squire's court 

Parkhurst Daniel D., student H. U., rms. 
4 Divinity Hall 

Parkin Robert M., bds. 132 Washington 

Parkin W. N., conductor U. R. Co. 

Parkinson Charles H., bds. J. F. Parkin- 
son's, Concord avenue 

Parkinson Fred, butcher, h. off Concord 
avenue, near slaughter house 

Parkinson Henry, teamster, house Con- 
cord avenue, near Wellington 

Parkinson Henry A., teamster, house 
Concord avenue, n. Belmont line 

Parkinson John F., butcher Niles Bros., 
Concord av., house near do. 

Parkinson Richard G., driver "People's 
Line," house 45 Winter 

Parks Jane, widow of James, h. 58 Amory 

Parks John, helper, 17 Main 

Parks John, carpenter, house 55 Elm 

Parks John, clerk, h. 193^ No. Avenue 

Parks Maggie Miss, nurse, bds. 58 Sidney 

Parks Walter D., conductor U. R. Co., b. 
Cambridge, corner Baldwin 

Parks William, molder, h. Moore, c School 

Parlee Hugh C, organ maker, 624 Main, 
house rear 66 Norfolk 

Parlin Frank H., lawyer, 583 Main, boards 
84 Austin 

Parlin William, carpenter, h. 177 Camb'ge 



ParmenterEzra, bridge commissioner and 
overseer of poor, house 37 Second 

Parmenter James P., student H. U., rms. 
31 Hollis Hall 

Parmenter William H., salesman, 31 Elm, 
house 12 Essex 

Parnell Margaret A., widow of William, 
house 17 State 

Parnell William H., boards 17 State 

Parr Wallace E., painter, h. 9 Boardman 

Parr William H., machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, h. North av., cor. Lambert av. 

Parris Eli, house 54 Hastings 

Parrock Isabella, widow of Wm. H., h. 
134 Pleasant 

Parry Bros. & Smith (John E. and Wm. 
A. Parry, and Alonzo R. Smith), brick 
mnfrs., foot Raymond and off Welling- 
ton, near Hills crossing, office, 220 
North av. 

Parry John E. (Parry Bros. & Smith), 
brick mnfr., foot Raymond, and off 
Wellington, house 223 North avenue 

Parry Martha A., wid. of Jas., house 174 
Thorndike 

Parry Richard H., brick-maker, h. 29 Rice 

Parry Susan, widow of C. Ephraim, house 
29 Rice 

Parry Wm. A. (Parry Bros. & Smith), 
brick mnfr., foot Raymond, and off 
Wellington, boards 29 Rice 

Parsons Albeit S., treasurer Cambridge- 
port Diary Co., 105 Magazine, house 
27 Ellsworth avenue 

Parsons Alexander, grocer, 18 River, h. 
do. [35 Mellen 

Parsons Allen B., carpenter, 5 Palmer, h. 

Parsons Celina, widow of Cyrus M., h. 

21 Coggswell avenue 

Parsons Elizabeth, widow, h. 122 Auburn 
Parsons Frank B., steam-fitter (B.), bds. 

42 River 
Parsons George, mason, h. 122 Auburn 
Parsons Geo. A., piano tuner (B ), house 

23 Green 
Parsons Harmon, carpenter, 200£ North 

avenue, house 25 Walden 
Parsons Hattie A., clerk, 225 North ave- 
nue, boards 10 Russell 
Parsons Henry K.« (H. K. Parsons & Co.), 

stable, also hay and straw, 198 North 

avenue, boards 10 Russell 
Parsons H. K. & Co. (Henry K. Parsons 

and George H. True), stable, hay and 

straw, etc., 198 North avenue 
Parsons John, Cambridge Rolling Mill, h. 

137 Portland 
Parsons Josiah P., carpenter, 200-£ North 

avenue, boards 25 Walden 
Parsons Sylvanus M., cattle broker, house 

10 Russell 
Parsons Theophilus, ex-professor of law, 

house 54 Garden 
Partlow Charles J., painter, 660 Main, h. 

22 Pleasant 

Partridge David, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards at Boston 



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turer 



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Partridge Julia A. B., widow of Olin, h. 

40 Coggswell avenue 
Partridge Leverett F., clerk (28 New F. 

H. market, B.), boards 63 Otis 
Partridge Polly, widow of Henry, house 

11 Meacham 

Partridge Rebecca Mrs., house 24 Mellen 
Partridge Wm. O., bookkeeper (129 Friend, 

B. ), boards 40 Coggswell avenue 
Pasco Amelia, wid. of John, h. 37 Cottage 
Pasco Charles W., printer, boards 117 

Western avenue 
Pasco John J., clerk (47 Franklin, B.), h. 

37 Cottage 
Pasco Louis A., shipper Riverside Press, 

boards 37 Cottage 
Pashaw John, cabinet-maker, h. 13 Yine 
Patch Amos G., produce (cellar 1, New F. 

H. market, B.), house 293 Broadway 

PATCH FRANK A. (F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co.), 44 Cambridge, n. First 
(107 Washington, B.),h. at Winchester 

Patch Helen E. Miss, copyist Probate of- 
fice, Court House, boards 13 Shepard 

Patch Levi M., house 471 Main 

Patch Matilda S., widow of Joseph, house 
4 Upton 

Patchett Edward, at Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. Mt. Auburn, n. junc. Brattle 

Patchett James, in Cambridge Rolling 
Mill, house 18 Plymouth 

Patrick Ralph, printer University Press, 
house 7 Lambert avenue 

Patriquin John M., salesman (32 Winter, 
B.), house 7 Hamilton 

Patt Julia, widow, h<mse 196 Franklin 

Patten Albert, fireman E. R. R., boards 

12 Rogers block, Main 

Patten Albert G., painter, 460 Main, house 
12 Rogers block, Main 

Patten Cornelius, sexton St. John's 
church, boards 119 Fourth 

Patten George, carpenter, bds. 387 Main 

Patten John, laborer, house 119 Fourth 

Patten William, student Scientific school, 
rooms 24 College House 

Patten William, laborer, house rear 240 
Cambridge [Cambridge 

Patten William, brass finisher, house 426 

Patterson Eliza, widow of Robert, boards 
12 Railroad 

Patterson George, blacksmith D. Chis- 
holm, boards at Boston 

Patterson James, stone-cutter A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, house 1 George 

Patterson John, stone-cutter A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, house 2 Reed 

Patterson John E., jig sawyer, house 110 
Tremont [230 do. 

Patterson John E., clerk, 228 Pearl, bds. 

Patterson Mary, widow of William, house 
1 Church place [53 Spruce 

Patterson Robert J., granite cutter, house 

Patterson William, tin worker, 153 Put- 
nam avenue, rooms 85 Pleasant 

Paul Ivory C, cutter (34 North, B.), house 
17 Pleasant place 



Paul Joseph, laborer, house 41 Hastings 

Paul Walter E., student H. U., rooms 27 
Thayer Hall 

Payne Charles W. Mrs., house 10 Jay 

Payne Henry P., cook (B.), house 4 Rogers 
block, Main 

Payne Richard, laborer, house 43 Market 

Payne Richard jr., waiter (B.), boards 43 
Market 

Payne, see Paine [2 Hilton blk. 

Payson Francis L., student H. U., rooms 

Payson Joseph H., box maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, house 117 Winsor 

Payton Lucy, widow of Amaziah, house 1 
Sceva place 

Peabody Andrew P., preacher to the Uni- 
versity, and Plummer Prof, of Chris- 
tian Morals H. U., house 11 Quincy 

Peabody Francis G., clergyman, house 
Shepard, near Garden 

Peak Howard F. (Peak & Anderson), 402 
Harvard, house 2 Charles River 

Peak & Anderson (Howard F. Peak and 
John E. Anderson), slaters, 402 
Harvard 

Pear Charles M.. house 5 White 

Pear Isaac S. (Pettengill & Pear), spring 
bed mnfr., Rhoades' bldg., State, store 
(35 Brattle, B.), house 7 Howard 

Pear Joseph S.. boards 28 Front 

Pear Sarah A. E. Miss, house 28 Front 

Pear Sarah R., widow, house 5 White 

Pear Thomas, jeweler (27 Avery, B.), h. 
42 Essex 

Pearl Solomon, milkman, house 8 Avon 

Pearmain Sumner B., student H. U., rms. 
20 Prospect 

Pearson Alexander C, paper-hanger, 12 
Prospect, house do. 

Pearson Albeit L., pork packer (Somer- 
ville), house 57 Pleasant 

Pearson Charles O., clerk, 1 Brewer blk., 
Brattle square, boards do. 

Pearson Charles S. Mrs., house 125 Wash- 
ington 

Pearson Elizabeth H., bookkeeper, 660 
Main, boards 125 Washington 

Pearson Geo. H., clerk, 595 Main, boards 
.507 do. 

Pea'rson Henry C, piano maker, 624 Main, 
.house 23 Lawrence 

Pearson John A., leather cutter, house 240 
, Harvard 

Pearson William, bookkeeper (160 Con- 
gress, B.), house 2 Austin place 

Pease Charles R., broker (State, B.), h. 
141 North avenue 

Pease Curtis S... bookkeeper Boston Ice 
Co., Prison Point road, h. at Maiden 

Pease Daniel jr., salesman (55 Bedford, 
B.). house 15 Beech 

Pease Matthew, carpenter, b. 27 Warland 

Pease Richmond, salesman (65 Franklin, 
B.), boards 141 North avenue 

PEASLEB CYttUS, provisions (40 
F. H. sq., B.), house Richdale avenue, 
near Walden 



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..~7/. ;T/r.;i~ Wharf, Western Aveiinc, Brighton. 

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PEAS LEE WINNIFRED I., 
clerk (40 F. H. sq., B.), boards Cyrus 

Peaslee's, Richdale avenue 
Peck John, railway chair mnfr., 356 Main, 

house at Boston 
Peck Owen, house 38 Pine 
Peck, see McPeck 
Peckham W. H., conductor U. R. Co., 

house at Brighton 
Pehrson Emanuel, safe maker, 17 Main. 

house 5 Baldwin place [place 

Pehrson John T., mariner, h. 5 Baldwin 
Peirce Benjamin O., student H. U., rooms 

21 Felton Hall 
Peirce Charlotte E. Miss, h. 4 Kirkland pi. 
Peirce George A., trav. salesman Curtis 

Davis & Co., house 5 Greenough av. 
Peirce Geo. H. Mrs., boards 68(3 Main 
Peirce Harriet, widow of Geo., h.8 Allen 
Peirce James M., University Professor of 

Mathematics H. U., and Secretary of 

the Academic Council, house 4 Kirk- 
land place 
Peirce Mary F. Miss, teacher high school, 

boards 91 Magazine 
Peirce Robert T. B., expressman, house 

13 Farwell place 
Peirce Sarah M., widow of Benjamin, h. 

4 Kirkland place 
Peirce Wallace W., clerk, 452 Main 
Peirce, see Pierce 
Peison Edward L., student H. U., rooms 

3 Thayer Hall 
Pellaquin Gilbert, engineer JohnL. Sands 

& Son's brick yard, h. 106 Concord av. 
Pellew William George, student H. U., 

rooms 20 Dunster 
Peltier Fred, cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

house at Somerville 
Pendexter Frances E. Miss, teacher Gore 

primary school, house SO Fourth 
Pendleburv Ellen Miss, hair-worker, house 

128 Norfolk 
Pendlebury Mary A., wid., h. 128 Norfolk 
Pendlebury Thomas H., cigar maker, 599 

Main, house at Waltbam 
Pendleton Elliott H, student H. U., rooms 

48 Brattle 
Pendleton Isaac H., laborer, h. 271 Main 
Pendleton Nathan G., student H. U., rms. 

48 Brattle 
Penfield Jane, widow of William B., house 

11 River 
Penfield John S. F., potter, house 11 River 
Penfield William J., potter, bds. 11 River 
Penhallow Arthur L., student H. U., rms. 

40 College House 
Penke Christiana, widow, house Spring 
Penke Frederick, shoemaker, 159 Broad- 
way, house do. 
Pennell Ellington (Pennell & Co.), hard- 
ware, etc., 57 Cambridge, h. 11 Sixth 
Pennell Frank H., clerk, 15 Second, bds. 

11 Sixth 
Pennell James F. (Pennell & Co.), hard- 
ware, etc., 57 Cambridge, house 114 

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Pennell & Co. (Ellington and James F. 

Pennell), hardware and stoves, 57 

Cambridge 
Penney James S., clerk (93 F. H. Market, 

B.), b. Richard Penney's, foot Harvey 
Penney John D., farmer Richard Penney, 

foot Harvey, house at Somerville 
Penney Mary, widow of William, house 

rear 41 Reed 
Penney Richard, farmer, house foot Har- 
vey, at Arlington line 
Penney Thomas W., police, station 5, h. 

Elm, corner Russell f Broad way 

Penniman Albert B., printer, house 297 
Penniman Benjamin F., printer University 

Press, house 255 Pearl 
Penniman George W., reporter (238 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 225 Broadway, room 5 
Penniman James AV., carriage painter. 

house 9| Suffolk 
Penniman Thomas J. (T. J. Penniman & 

Co.), carriage manufacturer, 446 Main, 

house 9 State 
Penniman T. J. & Co. (Thomas J. Penni- 
man), carriage mnfrs.,446 and 448 Main 
Pen no. Charles H., tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston [Gray's Hall 

Pennock John D., student H. U., rooms 8 
Pennock Nathaniel A., jeweler, 188 North 

avenue, house 20 Orchard 
Penrose Boies, student H. U., rms. 2 Gerry 
Penrose Charles B., student H. U., rooms 

2 Gerry [rooms 2 Gerry 

Penrose Richard A. F., student H. U., 
Pepper Rosanna, widow of Thomas, house 

74 Sacramento [ramento 

Pepper William, box maker, bds. 74 Sac- 
Perault Peter, farmer, house 152 Spruce 
Percival Edmund A., tailor, 337 Main.h.do. 
Percival Frank F., salesman F. Geidow- 

sky Furniture Co., First, cor. Thorn- 
dike, house at Boston 
Perham John Mrs., house 97 Columbia 
Perham John G., clerk, 854 Main, boards 

52 Mount Auburn 
Perham Richard P., house 27 Brewery 
Perin Charles P., student H. U., rooms 9 

Matthews Hall [48 Brattle 

Perin Edmund S., student H. U., rooms 
Perkins Albert S., student H. U., rooms 

63 College House [xlmory 

Perkins Augustus M., painter, house 11 
Perkins Charles B., student H. U., rooms 

47 Beck Hall [25 Matthews Hall 

Perkins Edward C, student H. U., rooms 
Peikins Elisha K., cooper (Boston wharf, 

First, South Boston), house 107 Pearl 
Perkins Francis N., clerk (Summer, cor. 

Chauncy, B.), boards 95 Magazine 

PEKKINS GEORGE A., lawyer, 7 
Brattle and (75 State, B.), h. 7 Everett 
Perkins George G., brakeman B. & A. R. 

R., boards 16 Lake 
Perkins George H., student H. U., rooms 

38 College House 
Perkins G. A., student H. U., rooms 57 
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Perkins Hamilton H , clerk (33 North, B.), 

house 104 Auburn 
Perkins Jacob W., painter, h. 4 Holyoke 
Perkins James, com. mer., h. 95 Magazine 
Perkins James D., shoemaker, Putnam 
av., cor. Pleasant, house at Somerville 
Perkins James W., shipwright Charles- 
town Navy Yard, house 69 Spring 
Perkins Jennie Estelle Miss, music teach- 
er, boards 11 Amory [Market 
Perkins John, driver, 31 Elm, boards 50 
Perkins John jr., house 23 Ellery 
Perkins John B., carpenter, house rear 174 
Thorndike [at Medford 
Perkins John F., tuner, 1G2 Broadway, h. 
Perkins John K., cabinet maker, boards 
107 Pearl [Matthews Hall 
Perkins John W., student H. IT., rooms 14 
Perkins Levi, carpenter, house 7 Everett 
Perkins Levi G., painter, 3 Kiver, house 20 

Union 
Perkins Napoleon, laborer, house 37 Yine 
Perkins N. H., machinist, 308 Main 
Perkins Oliver L. sen., cutter, boards 26 
Bigelow [31 Beck Hall 

Perkins Robert P., student H. U., rooms 
Perkins Susan S., wid. of H. H.,h. 16 Lake 
Perkins Walter S., salesman (4 Chauncy, 

B.), house 23 Ellery 
Perret Constant, cook, 8 Brighton, bds. do. 
Perrin Arthur (254 Washington, B.), bds. 

Franklin Perrin's, Arsenal square 
Perrin Franklin, clerk City Treasurer's of- 
fice, City Hall, house Arsenal square 
Perry Alexander H., carriage painter, rear 

10 Brattle, house at Alls ton 
Perry Caroline M. Miss, copyist, Otis, cor. 

Second, boards at Concord 
Perrv Charles E., blacksmith. Gore whf., 

Third, house 117 Otis 
Perry Charles F., asst. shipper (33 Sum- 
mer, B.), boards 19 VVinthrop 
Perry Eben F., news dealer (E. R. R. 
depot, B.), house rear 131 Thorndike 
Perry Eliza A., widow of Benj. F., house 

19 Winthrop 
Perry Eugene, painter, 3 Sargent, h. do. 
Perry Frank, stamper, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 42 River 
Perry George T., real estate (277 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 681 Main 
Perry James, peddler, house 3 Gray place 
Perry Jason, box maker, h. r. 23 Gore 
Perry Joseph L., salesman (35 F. H. Mark- 
et, B.), house 44 Market 
Perry Manuel, laborer, h. 105 Fourth 
Perry Manuel, laborer, house 12S Bridge 
Perry Oliver, laborer, house 10 Seventh 
Perry Oscar E., student H. U., rooms 2 

Stoughton Hall 
Perry O. H. Mrs., boards 60 Brattle 
Perry Simon, painter, h. 3U8 North av. 
Perry William, furniture painter (B.), 

house 7 Fourth 
Perry Wm. H., clerk, bds. 19 Winthrop 
Pert Daniel S., cabinet maker, Woodbury 
building, Otis, house 1 Crossland 



Pervere Asa E., student, boards 48 Dana 
Pervere C. N. Mrs., house 48 Dana 
Pervere David N., boards 48 Dana 
Pervere, see Pevear 

Pestell Alfred, paper-hanger, h. 30 Spring 
Peters Charles J., stereotyper (73 Federal, 

B.), house 110 Austin 
Peters Charles J. jr., stereotyper (73 Fed- 
eral, B.), house 12 Fayette 
Peters George E. f printer (73 Federal,B. ), 

house 1U7 Austin 
Peters Geo. Gorham, student H. U., rms. 

42 Matthews Hall 
Peters Gilbert, carpenter, house 37 Put- 
nam avenue 
Peters Henry P., clerk (P. O., B.), house 

132 Prospect 
Peters Obadiah M., carpenter, h. 35 Banks 
Peters Samuel S., clerk (34 F. H. sq., B.), 

house 33 Howard 
Peters Wm. York, student H. XL, rooms 

14 Little's block 
Petersen Christiau, clerk, 9 Brighton, bds. 

at West Somerville 
Peterson Carl A., coachman, 13 Water 

house, boards do. 
Peterson Charles A., machinist, 72 Main- 
house 108 Third 
Peterson Frank C, cabinet maker, 44 

Cambridge, house at Charlestown 
Peterson Hans, cabinet maker, house 157 

Green 
Peterson John, soap maker, b. 175 Main 
Peterson John E-, laborer, bds. 108 Third 
Peterson John F., foreman, 124 Harvard, 

house 136 do. 
Peterson John P., carriage body maker, 

house 1 Webster avenue 
Peterson Lewis, clerk, 502 Main, house 12 

Sidney [Walnut av. 

Peterson Margaret Z., widow, boards 2 
Peterson Maria, widow, h. 70 Harvard 
Peterson Theodore L., cabinet maker, 44 

Cambridge, house at Charlestown 
Pettengill Edwin M., clerk (53 Broad, B.), 

house 46 Prospect 
Pettengill Joel C, watchman Riverside 

Press, house 8 Hamilton 
Pettengill Robert, machinist. 72 Main 
Pettingill Joseph R., house 886 Main 
Pettingill Wm. H., oil clothes maker H. 

M. Sawyer, boards 34 Second 
Pettingill & Pear (Isaac S. Pear), spring 

bed mufrs., Rhoades' bldg. , State, 

salesroom (35 Brattle, B.) 
Pettit Henry, coachman, house 24 Yine 
Pevear Warren E., ins. agent (31 Milk, 

B.), boards 5 Pleasant place 
Pevear, see Pervere 

Pever Frank, laborer, h. 1 Lechmere pi. 
Peverelly George A., confectioner, house 

3 Amory place [Amory pi. 

Peverelly Rebecca, wid. of Anthony, h. 3 
Pew, see Pugh 

Pf-aff Geo., driver, rooms 68 Mt. Auburn 
Pfleger Gotlieb, laborer, h. 12£ Winter 
Phalen James, laborer, house 25 Banks 



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Phalen Lucy R., widow of Joseph, board- 
ing-house, 88 Mt. Auburn 

Phalen William, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 72 Washington 

PhalenWm. E., clerk, b. 72 Washington 

Phelan Annie Miss, dressmaker, house 
198 Hampshire 

Phelan Edmund M., cooper (Constitution 
wharf, B.), house 110 Magazine 

Phelan Edmund T., diary maker,105 Mag- 
azine, house 110 do. 

Phelan Ellen Miss, dressmaker, house 198 
Hampshire 

Phelan Jeremiah J., switchman F. R. R., 
boards 40 Bolton 

Phelan John T., plumber, 17 Brattle, bds. 
Mt. Auburn, cor. Elmwood avenue 

PHELAN PATRICK, furniture, 
stoves, etc., 383 Main, house do. 
Phelan Thomas, brass finisher, 368 Main 
Phelan Thos. J., stone-cutter, h.37 Bolton 
Phelan Timothy A., house 30 Mt. Auburn 
Phelan William, gardener Jas. R. Low- 
ell, h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Elmwood av. 
Phelan Wm., laborer, house 40 Bolton 
Phelau Wm. jr., glazier, 10 Arrow, boards 

Mt. Auburn, cor. Elmwood avenue 
Phelps Albert G., teamster, boards 222 

Broadway 
Phelps Albert S., at University Press, 

house 22 Lowell 
Phelps Samuel B., carpenter, h. 5 Everett 
Phelps S. Decatur, conductor U. R. Co., 

house 85 Putnam avenue 
Phelps Wm. H., electro typer (73 Federal, 

B.), house 81 Green 
Phenix Benj. W., laborer, bds. 10 Elmer 
Phenix Margaret A., widow, h. 10 Elmer 
Philbrick Louisa D., widow of Ira R., h. 

4 Rogers block, Main 
Phillips Charles A., bar tender, 2 Winter, 

boards 7 do. 
Phillips Charles W., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 33 Bigelow 
Phillips Charles W. jr., action maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 33 Bigelow 
Phillips Clarissa, widow of Thomas, h. 

733 Cambridge 
Phillips Edward E., tutor H. U., rooms 12 

Trowbridge [h. 23 Essex 

Phillips Edward S., furrier, 593£ Main, 
Phillips Edwin W., boards 19 Orchard 
Phillips Ellen, widow of Charles, nurse, 

house 7 Winter 
Phillips Enos B., shoe mnfr., 37 and 39 

Clark, and (68 Pearl, B.), h. 41 Inman 
Phillips Frances Mrs., nurse, house 2 

Ericsson court 
Phillips Ivers C. Mrs., house 19 Orchard 
Phillips James, printer, h. 151 Broadway 
Phillips Joseph S., house 59 Pleasant 
Philp Casimir Yon, mechanical engineer, 

608 Main, boards 8 Norfolk 
Philpott David, carpenter, house 434 

Broadway [bds. 177 do. 

Phinney Charles S., machinist, 72 Main, 
Phinney Elizabeth, widow, b. 12 Norfolk 



Phinney Emily H. Miss, rooms 102 Austin 
Phinney Hugh M., stoves, etc., 244 Broad- 
way, house 70 Winsor 
Phippen Hardy, student H. U., rooms 3 

Thayer Hall [643 Main 

Pichette Charles, sewing-machine agent, 
Pichette Charles E., wheelwright, house 

rear 84 Elm [blk., Washington 

Pickard Joseph, laborer, house 5 Rogers 
Pickering Edward Charles, Phillips Prof. 

of Astronomy, Prof, of Geodesy, and 

Director of the Observatory, Garden, 

house do. 
Pickering Mark, house 52 Prospect . 
Pickering McLaurin F., ship-broker and 

com. mer. (13 Exchange place, B.), 

house 71 Magazine 
Pickering McLaurin J., student H. U., 

rooms 9 Weld Hall 
Pickett Joseph J., stone-pointer (35 Haw- 
ley, B.), house 21 Western avenue 
Pickett Mary E., dressmaker, boards 21 

Shepard [21 Shepard 

Pickett Nancy, widow of Samuel, house 
Pickett N. Ella Miss, boards 21 Shepard 
Pickop Edwin M., student H. U., boards 

12 DeWolf 
Pidgeon Parker T., laborer, h. 102 Fourth 
Pierce Albert H., clerk (169 Washington, 

B ), house 26 Worcester 
Pierce Alex. McLeod, printer Riverside 

Press, house 105 Putnam avenue 
Pierce Benj. J., teamster, 180 Main, h. do. 
Pierce Calvin D., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house rear 18 Sparks 
Pierce Chas. E., tin and sheet iron work- 
er, 42 Elm, house 250 Harvard 
Pierce Charles W., photographic printer, 

boards 65 Mt. Auburn 
Pierce Clarissa, widow of Andrew, house 

Mt. Auburn, above McDonald 
Pierce Eliza A., widow, house 9 Walden 
Pierce Eugene W., carpenter, house 65 

Mt. Auburn 
Pierce EzekielP. (32 Hawley, room 1, B.), 

house 279 Broadway [Beech 

Pierce Eliza A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 6 
Pierce Ferdinand, peddler, h. 9 Winter 
Pierce Francis E., restaurant, 203 North 

avenue, house 9 Walden 
Pierce Frank K., shipping clerk, 502 Main, 

house 52 Austin 
Pierce Frank W., house 8 DeWolf 
Pierce Henry, farmer, h. 310 North av. 
Pierce James H., clerk (basement Old 

State House, B.), boards 6 Beech 
Pierce James P., carpenter, house 65 Mt. 

Auburn 
Pierce James W.,treas. Boston Can Co. 

(126 Milk, B.), house 235 Harvard 
Pierce Jos., wheelwright, 3 River, house 

25 Park 
Pierce Joseph S., h. 2 Riverside place 
Pierce Josephine L. Mrs., dressmaker, 

house 289 Pearl 
Pierce Leander, supt. of bakery ,.502 Main 
bds. 52 Austin 



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Pierce Lizzie, widow of Austin, house 310 

North avenue 
Pierce Myron E., house 2 Hotel Clark 
Pierce Sarah E., widow of James W., 

house 94 Norfolk 
Pierce Thomas F., house 25 Lopez 
Pierce Walter E., clerk, bds. 9 Walden 
Pierce William D., Leader Pierce's Quad- 
rille band, boards 25 Park 
Pierce Wm. E., upholsterer, 23 Brattle, 

boards 7 Sumner 
Pierce William T., student H. U., rooms 

19 Holworthy Hall 
Pierce, see Peirce 

Piercy John A., blacksmith, h. 72 Main 
Pierpoint Laphon, blacksmith, 12 Gore, 

boards 31 Winter 
Pierpont Thos., stair-builder, boards 123 

Washington [182 Harvard 

Pierpont Wm., furniture polisher, house 
Pierre Alice E., widow of Frank, house 8 

Brewer [8 Brewer 

Pierre Chas. W., painter, 5 Palmer, boards 
Pierson Edward, machinist, 368 Main 
Pigott Hannah S., widow of Richard, h. 

236 Putnam avenue 
Pike Albert W., house 124 Pearl 
Pike Alfred C, house 416 Main 
Pike Annie S. Mrs., dressmaker, 416 Main, 

house do. 
Pike A. H., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, b. 1 do. 
Pike Carlos L., foreman, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 2 Prospect 
Pike Caroline S., wid. of John, h. 99 Green 
Pike Charles, house 20 Front 
Pike Charles L., police station 2, house 

125 Norfolk 
Pike Chas. S., glassware, bds. 128 Otis 
Pike Geo. F., metals (35 Hanover, B.), 

house 99 Green 
Pike George S., carpenter, h. 62 Cherry 
Pike Henry H., contractor, house 52£ Sac- 
ramento [32 Magazine 
Pike Humphrey jr. (72 Broad, B. ), house 
Pike James, livery stable, 565£ Main, 70 

Norfolk, and (J. Pike & Co.), Church, 

near Harvard sq., house 7 Norfolk 
Pike JoelS. (J. Pike & Co.), livery stable, 

Church, opp. Palmer, h. 24 Church 
Pike John, driver J. Pike & Co., house 22 

Farwell place [h. 128 Otis 

Pike John N., watchman B. & L. R. R., 
Pike John S., teamster, 253 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville [well pi. 

Pike Joseph A., blacksmith, bds. 22 Far- 
Pike Joseph S., foreman and shipping 

agent, 168 Gore, house 138 Otis 
Pike J. Herbert, house 99 Green 

PIKE J. & CO. (James and Joel S. 
Pike), livery stable, Church, near 
Harvard square 
Pike Lowell Mason, iron-molder, Pelham, 

boards 2 Hotel Brooks 
Pike Mace, molder, house 46 Pelham 
Pike Maria Mrs., house 140 Harvard 
Pike Mary E., widow of Asa H., boarding- 
house, 175 Main 



Pike Nellie L. Miss, teacher Gore primary 

school, boards 138 Otis 

Pike Stanton S., clerk (25 Winter, B.), 

boards 175 Main [22 Pearl 

Pike Summer C, engineer,382 Main, house 

Pike Theodore L., inspector of sewers, 

City Hall, house 52 Sacramento 
Pike Walter W., asst. city clerk, City 

Hall, house 105 Otis 
Pike W. U., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, b. 1 do. 
Pikes J., 54 Bridge [Norfolk 

Pillard Oliver E., lock expert, house 127 
Piller Emanuel, cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 

house 14 Decatur 
Pillekey Gilbert, engineer John L. Sands 

& Son, Walden, house 106 Concord av. 
Pillekey Isaac, laborer, b. 106 Concord av 
Pillsbury C. W., conductor U. R. Co. 

house at Brighton 
Pillsbury Samuel, traveling salesman, h. 

207 Harvard 
Pingree Charles A., machinist, 356 Main, 

house at Boston 
Pinkerton Chas. H., machinist, boards 31 

Winsor [h. 31 Winsor 

Pinkerton James, engineer (36 Oliver, B.), 
Pinkham Frederic B. C, carpenter, house 

223 Broadway, room 7 
Pinkham George G., tinsmith, 552 Main, 

house 119 Green [Broadway 

Piper George F., clergyman, house 413 
Piper George F., lawyer (48 Congress, B.), 

house 12 Shepard 
Piper Henry A., accountant (40 Water, 

room 60, B.), house Langdon, near 

North avenue [Langdon 

Piper Henry C, boards Henry A. Piper's, 
Piper Susan, widow of Geo. C, h. 14 Avon 
Piper Wm. C., clerk, boards 14 Avon 
Piper Wm. T., house 22 Concord av. 
Pitkin Emily R., teacher Allston grammar 

school, boards 16 Prospect 
Pitman C. H., driver U. R. Co. 
Pitman John F., coal (793 Somerville av., 

West Somerville), house 19 Beech 
Pitman Wm. N., piano-maker, 73 Main, 

house at Salem [Columbia 

Place Edward R., bookbinder, house 37 
Place Geo. W., bookkeeper, b. 80 Fourth 
Place Hannah D., widow of Stephen M., 

house 1 Percy place 
Plancich Peter H. (V. Plancich & Son), 

grocer, 78 Harvard, boards do. 
Plancich Vincent (Y. Plancich & Son), 

grocer, 78 Harvard, house do. 
Plancich V. & Son (Vincent and Peter H. 

Plancich), grocer, 78 Harvard 
Pleasanter Robert, painter, h. r. 4Q Flagg 
Plummer Horatio N., h. 254 North av. 
Plummer John W., musician and watch re- 
pairer (24 Elm, B.), b. 104 Hampshire 
Plummer Leander A., student Scientific 

school, rooms 6 Gray's Hall 
Plummer Rufus, carpenter, house 2 Em- 
mons place 
Plummer Thomas R., student H. U., rms. 

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Plummer Wm. E., bookbinder, 7 Brattle, 

boards 42 Winsor [Winsor 

Plummer Wm. H. P., carpenter, house 42 
Plumridge Geo., printer Riverside Press, 

house 25 School street court 
Plumridge J., at F. M. Holmes Furniture 

Co.'s, house at Charlestown 
Poereare Feleo, brickmaker, house foot 

of Clifton [Hall. h. 28 Brighton 

Poindexter John F., waiter Memorial 
Poirot John B., tinner, h. 2 Pioneer av. 
Polaski August, butcher Niles Bros., bds. 

T. P. Sampson's, Concord avenue 
Polaski Julius, butcher Niles Bros., bds. 

T. P. Sampson's, Concord avenue 
Police Court, City building. Brattle sq. 
Polk Benj., waiter Memorial Hall, rooms 

15 Elmer [at Boston 

Pollard Albion S., clerk, 567 Main, boards 
Pollard Alonzo W., student H. U., rooms 

17 Holworthy Hall 
Pollard Christopher, teamster (102 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 143 Main 
Pollard George, carpenter, rear 579 Main, 

house 44 Norfolk 
Pollard John C, blacksmith, h. r. 30 Gore 
Pollard John S., assessor ward 2, house 

9 Bigelow [13 Walnut ct. 

Polley John, teamster (Brookline), house 
Pollock A. F., business dept. Cambridge 

Chronicle, 573 Main (150 Tremont, 

B.), house at Boston 
Pomeroy Caroline W., widow, h. 6 Jay 
Pomeroy Yesta L. Miss, compositor (31 

State, B.), house 6 Jay 
Pondexter Foote, hostler U. R. Co., house 

11 Sargent 
Ponting Alfred, machinist, 153 Putnam 

avenue, rooms 51 Fairmont 
Poole Calvin, mason, boarding-house, 

house 41 Franklin 
Poole Francis H., traveling salesman, 

house 52 Trowbridge 
Poole Fred L., traveling salesman, 503 

Main, house 84 Auburn 
Poole Fred W., boards 52 Trowbridge 
Poole Isaac K., laborer, h. 112 Harvard 
Poole W. Frank, potter, bds. 41 Franklin 
Poole Willard H., laborer, 141 Broadway, 

boards 41 Franklin [yoke House 

Poor Albert, law student H. 17., r. 4 Hol- 
Poor Charles H., teamster (4 Castle, B.), 

house 43 Cedar 
Pope Charles G. (Hammond & Pope), 

lawyer, 555 Main, h. at E. Somerville 
Pope Eugene A., bookkeeper (9 Tremont, 

B.), house 21 Clinton 
Pope Frank G., stencil maker (8 Dock, 

sq., B.), house Chestnut, cor. Acorn 
Pope Frederic, architect and builder (209 

Washington, B.), bds. 136 Austin 
Pope John, stencils (8 Dock sq., B.), h. 

45 Cottage 
Pope Samuel, house 136 Austin 
Pope Walter H., clerk (130 Federal, B.), 

house 45 Cottage 
Popkin Mary R. Miss, house 25 North av. 



Porcellian Club, 444 Harvard 
Portch Geo. R., boards 65 Sparks 
Porter Benj. F., stairbuilder (Allston), h. 

82 Green 
Porter Charles F., oils, h. 113 Prospect 
Porter David F., soap agent, h. 134 Winsor 
Porter David S.,trav. salesman, 400 Main, 

house 402 do. 
Porter Edward C, student H. U., rooms 

at Somerville [bridgeport 

Porter Franklin, furniture mover, Cam- 
Porter George J., student H. U., rooms 6 

Hilton block [b. 74 Spring 

Porter George W., clerk, 114 Cambridge, 
Porter Hamilton, machinist, 368 Main, 

house 43 Clark [68 Prospect 

Porter Harry G., clerk (Central. B.), bds. 
Porter Horace L., clerk, 5 Broadwav, bds. 

52 River [365 do. 

Porter John, teamster, 502 Main, boards 

PORTE K LINN B., editor and pro- 
prietor Cambridge Chronicle, 573 

Main, house 276 Broadway 
Porter Michael J., machinist, 17 Main, 

boards at Somerville [r. 25 Winter 

Porter Patrick H., machinist, 368 Main, h. 

I Porter Perez G., Revere Sugar Refinery 

(23 Broad, B.), house QS Prospect 

I Porter Rachel, wid. of Benj. F.,h. 82 Green 

Porter William, furniture mover (Charles, 

cor. Mt. Vernon. B.), house 52 River 
Porter Wm. H., coal and wood, Putnam 

av., near Western av.. house 45 Erie 
Porter Wm. X., glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., house 74 Spring 
Porter William R., house 28 North a v. 
Porter's Hotel, Francis Locke, proprietor, 

185 North avenue 
Post Carrie M. Miss, teacher of dancing, 

603 Main, boards at Boston 
Post 30 G. A. R., Wellington Hall, Pearl 
Post 56 G. A. R., Palmer 
Post 57 G. A. R., 230 Cambridge 
Postawka Louis (L. Postawka & Co.), 

piano taboret mnfr., Rhoades build- 
ing, State, house 14 Front 
Postawka L. & Co. (Louis Postawka), 

piano taboret mnfrs., Rhoades build- 
ing, State 
Potter Dexter Rev., house 40 North av. 
Potter Hannah J. Mrs., boarding-house, 

4 Story 
Potter Henry Mrs., wid., h. Ill North av. 
Potter J. dishing Mrs., h. 9 Pleasant pi. 
Potter Thomas, foreman (107 Milk, B.), 

house 9 Fairmont avenue 
Potter Warren C, furniture mover and 

express, 3 Brewer block, Brattle sq., 

and (30 Brattle, B.), h. 20 Mill 
Potter Whipple N., student H. TJ., rooms 

3 Hollis Hall 
Potter Wm. L. C. clerk, b. Ill North av. 
Potts Jas. H., justice of the peace, house 

97 River [h. 119 Otis 

Pousland William F., engineer, 169 Gore, 
Powell Charles, paper-hanger, 660 Main, 

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Powell Thomas, asst. fireman, 162 Broad- 
way, house 49 Harvard 

Powell" Walter E.. printer. 1 Dunster, h. 
at Willard place. Allston 

Powell William E., bookkeeper (66 State, 
B.), boards Garden street place 

Power Frank W., clerk, 153 Putnam av., 
boards TS Green 

Power Honora, wid., h. r. 122 Brookline 

Power Jas., foreman Hovey & Co., house 
177 Xorfolk 

Power John E., boots and shoes, 26 Wash- 
ington, house at Beachmont 

Power" J. William, bookbinder Riverside 
Press, house 31 Grigg 

Power Lawrence F.. printer University 
Press, house 20 Putnam court 

Power Xickolas D., printer, h. 7S Green 

Power Thos., harness-maker (31 Chelsea, 
B.), house 185 Xorfolk 

Powers Bridget, widow, h. 10 Hastings 

Powers Catharine, widow of Hugh, house 
46 Willow [Harvard 

Powers Catharine, widow of John, h. 19 

Powers Chas. A., provisions (30 Clinton, 
B. ), house 17 Eliot 

Powers Clinton E., hairdresser, 432^ Har- 
vard, boards at Boston 

Powers Daniel E., laborer, 363 Main, bds. 

19 Cowperthwaite 

Powers David W., carpenter, h. 82 Oxford 
Powers Ellen, widow of Thomas, variety 

store, 339 Cambridge, house 337 do. 
Powers Honora, widow, boards Lexing- 
ton avenue, 3d from Xorth avenue 
Powers Horace J., law student H. U., 

rooms 7 Waterhouse 
Powers Hugh, machinist, h. 174 Winsor 
Powers James, furniture polisher, house 

37 Charles 
Powers James E., laborer, h. 143 Green 
Powers John, blacksmith, b. 46 Willow 
Powers John, iron-molder. 368 Main 
Powers John, shoemaker, house 411 Cam- 
bridge 
Powers John, core-maker, b. 19 Harvard 
Powers John, laborer, house 47 Xorth 
Powers John, teamster, 221 Bridge, house 

12 Stevens court 
Powers Lee L., clerk, 5 Harvard sq., house 

20 Holyoke 

Powers Mary A., widow of Joseph S., h. 

• 20 Holyoke 
Powers Maurice, teamster, bds. 3 Bristol 
Powers Maurice, molder, house Lawn. 

near Cushing 
Powers Patrick, laborer, h. 2 Jefferson 
Powers Patrick, paver, house 93 Tremont 
Powers Patrick, helper B. & L. R. B. shop 
Powers Richard, house Auburn place 
Powers Richard, laborer, house 3 Bristol 
Powers Richard jr.. laborer, house Wood- 
lawn, near Cushing 
Powers Robert, laborer, boards Richard 
Powers', Auburn place [Gore 

Powers Thomas, stone-cutter, house 176 
Powers Thomas, laborer, h. 9 Jefferson 



Powers Win., laborer, house Vineyard, 

near Cushing 
Powers Wm. F., molder, 368 Main, boards 

11 School 
Pratt Aaron B., stoves, etc.. 226 Cam- 
bridge, house 6 Mullins court 
Pratt Aaron B. jr., gilder, 226 Cambridge, 

boards 6 Mullins court 
Pratt Albert, cabinet-maker, h. 70 Gore 
Pratt Daniel, clerk, bds. 6 Mullins court 
Pratt D. Webster, civil engineer, boards 

74 Inman [168 Cambridge 

Pratt Eben, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, h. 
Pratt Edward W. Mrs., house 26 Mead 
Pratt Elizabeth W. Miss, tailoress, house 

16 Sidney 
Pratt E. R., driver U. R. Co. 
Pratt Francis L., city messenger office, 

City Hall. h. Hawthorne, c. Acacia 
Pratt Frank G., student H. U., rooms 49 

College House 
Pratt John E.. compositor, h. 12 Warland 
Pratt Kendall, britannia worker, Otis, 

near First, house at Dorchester 
Pratt Lewis, diamonds, house 9 Austin 
Pratt Roena Mrs.,. house 99 Pleasant 
Pratt Wm. H.. sign painter (117 Water, 

B.), house 89 Inman 
Prattis Annie, widow, house 5 West 
Pray William M., music teacher (3 Tre- 
mont row, rm. 34, B.), h. 7 Temple 
Prebeck Michael, wheelwright, 87 Bridge, 

house at Somerville 
Preble Origen O., machinist Riverside 

Press, house 29 Blackstone 
Prentice Edwin A., bookbinder, 7 Brattle, 

boards 21 Baldwin 
Prentice Henry H., compositor University 

Press, house 21 Baldwin 
Prentice Theodore P., letter carrier, Cam- 
bridge P. O., 7 Harvard Row, house 

Avon place 
Prentiss Abigail Miss, h. 172 Xorth av. 
Prentiss Dorcas B., widow of George A., 

house 17 Park 
Prentiss John, student H. U., rooms 49 

College House 
Prer tiss Xathan J., clerk (24 Xew F. H. 

market, B.), house 37 Erie 
Presbry Edward A., cashier Xat'l Bank 

of "Redemption (85 Devonshire, B.), 

house 10 Remington 
Presby Alonzo W., painter, h. 44 Xorfolk 
Presby Charles E., mason (571 Atlantic 

avenue, B. ), house 131 Harvard 
Presbv George T.. lager beer (103 Haver- 
hill, B.), house 32 Orchard 
Presby James H., bottler (103 Haverhill, 

B. ). boards 131 Harvard 
Prescott Charles E., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Jamaica Plain 
Prescott Eben C. Mrs., h. 27 Mellen 
Prescott Edward, clerk (22 Tremont, B.), 

boards 27 Mellen 
Prescott George W., driver U. R. Co. 
Prescott Jennie Miss, teacher Training 

school, boards 144 Mt. Auburn 



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Prescott Joel H. (H. P. Nutting & Co.), 

blacksmith, Palmer, b. 144 Mt. Auburn 
Preston Benjamin F., coal and wood, 400 

Cambridge, and (Hannum & Pres- 
ton), ice, 120 Hampshire, house at 

Somerville 
Preston James F., student H. U., rooms 

26 Matthews Hall 
Preston Jt)hn, student H. U., rooms 30 

College House 
Price Charles F., glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 71 Spring 
Price Isaac, glass-blower, house 226 Bridge 
Price James Edwin (James M. Price & 

Son), 85 Cambridge, b. 118 Thorndike 
Price James M. (James M. Price & Son), 

85 Cambridge, house 118 Thorndike 
Price James M. & Son (James M. and 

James Edwin Price), stoves and hard- 
ware, 85 Cambridge 
Price Julia A., widow of William B., h. 

71 Spring 
Price Richard E., milk can mnfr., 6 Prison 

Point Bridge, house 44 Fourth 
Price William, carriage painter, 232 North 

avenue, boards at Somerville 
Pridham Edward R., wheelwright, 5 

Palmer, house 5 Brewer 
Priest Charles W., police, station 2, house 

67 Norfolk 
Priest Edward E., engineer S. F. E. 1, 

Brattle sq., house 46 Winthrop 
Priest Edward E. jr., clerk, 908 Main, bds. 

46 Winthrop [Cambridge 

Priest Elizabeth C, widow of J. H., h. 527 
Priest Harlow EL, clerk (15 Howard, B.), 

house 2 Rogers block, Main 
Priestley Gilbert W., carpenter, house 29 

Holyoke 
Prince James M., clerk Somerville a v., 

corner White, boards at Somerville 
Prince Reuben B., carriage smith, house 

98 Columbia 
Prior George H., clerk (54 Central wharf, 

B.), house 24 Mead 
Prior Joseph II., stone-cutter, h. 18 Winter 
Prior John, stage carpenter Globe Theatre 

(598 Washington, B.), h. 36 Harvard 
Prior Mary, widow, house 68 Broadway 
Prior Thomas, bookbinder, b. 68 Broad wav 
Pritchard Wra. E., salesman (53 Nortft 

Market, B. ), house 59 Green 
Pritchett Thomas, janitor (96 Tremont, 

B.), house 112 Western avenue 
Proctor Benj. F., cooper, rear 68 Allston, 

house do. [Montgomery 

Proctor George W., laborer, h. Harvey, c. 
Proctor John A., cooper, 68 Allston, h. 

55 Franklin [12 Murdock 

Proctor Michael, laborer, 368 Main, house 
Pronovost August, cooper, house 18 

Squires court 
Prospect House, Joseph Uhrig, prop., 596 

Main 
Proudfoot David, ticket master B. & L. 

R, R. (B. ), house 146 Cambridge 
Proue Felix, laborer, h. Dublin, n. Walden 



Proue Joseph, brick-maker, h. 35 Bolton 
Prouty Jas. L. (Custom House, B.), house 

23 Antrim 
Prue John, engineer F. R. R., house 

Cushing, near Belmont 
Prye George W., book stamper Riverside 

Press, house 6 Fairmont avenue 
Pryor Charles T., laborer, h. 77 Broadway 
Pryor John, carriage painter, house 16 

Somerset 
Pryor John T., painter, bds. 16 Somerset 
Pryor Thomas, laborer, bds. 16 Somerset 
Puello Alexander, h. rear 133 Columbia 
Pugh Jonathan, baker, house 9 Wiusor 
Pugh Michael, laborer, house Sparks, cor. 

Concord avenue 
Pugh, see Pew 

Pulcifer Geo. F., painter, b. 25 Tremont 
Pulcifer Susan, widow of Isaac, house 25 

Tremont 
Pullen Frank F., laborer, h. 13S Hampshire 
Pullen Fred B., police, station 1, house 

10 Church 
Pulsford Arthur, printer University Press, 

house 12 Bow 
Pulsifer Hannah, widow of Freeman L., 

house 10 Sixth 
Pulsifer Jas. W., britannia worker, house 

10 Sixth 
Pulsifer Joseph, boards 10 Sixth 
Pummell Phillip T., cigar maker, house 7 

Suffolk [r. 14 Broadway 

Punch Ellen, widow, h. 7 Hannum blk., 
Punch John H., reporter Cambridge 

Tribune, and law student H. U., 

boards 4 Winter 
Purcell Andrew, laborer, h. 13 Warren 
Purcell Hycent, cement mnfr., 239 Main, 

house 27 Mt. Auburn 
Purcell James, laborer, h. 122 Brookline 
Purcell John, shoemaker, 135 Columbia, 

house rear do. 
Purcell Joseph, junk, house 41 Porter 
Purcell Matthew, carriage smith, 178 

North avenue, boards 189 do. 
Purcell Michael, brass finisher, 368 Main, 

boards 27 Mt. Auburn 
Purcell Wm. P., cement maker, 239 Main, 

boards 27 Mt. Auburn 
Purdy George, spring bed maker, boards 

30 Sidney 
Purdy Gilbert G., house 30 Columbia 
Purington Hannah, widow of Samuel, h. 

42 Coggswell avenue 
Putnam Amanda M. Miss, h. 105 Allston 
Putnam Amos B., wire worker (Brighton 

avenue, B.), boards 91 Allston 
Putnam Frederick W.. curator Peabody 

Museum of Archaeology and Ethnolo- 
gy, house 18 Irving 
Putnam George, lawyer (35 Court, B.), h. 

24 Quincy 
Putnam Herbert, student H. U., rooms 

17 Hollis Hall 
Putnam John P. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 

chemist, 150 Broadway, house at Win- 
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Putnam Lewis, veterinary surgeon, office 
and house 170 North avenue 

Putnam Marcellus C, officer H. of C, bds. 
Thorn dike, corner Third 

Putnam Osgood, student H. IT., rooms 17 
Hollis Hall 

Putnam Peter C, wood worker, 131 Broad- 
way, house 113 Hampshire 

Putnam Wm. L., student H. U., rooms 17 
Weld Hall 

Putney Albert, house 39 Fourth 

Putney Albert F., clerk N. E. Glass Works, 
North, boards 39 Fourth 

Putney George (Howe & Putney), bacon 
curer, rear 414 Main, h. 30 Austin 

Pye William, carpenter, house 6 Lopez 

QUALLS SAMUEL, gardener, 29 Kirk- 
land, house rear 81 Oxford 
Quealey Austin, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 111 Elm 
Quealey John, laborer, boards 11 Elm 
Quealey Michael, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 42 Clark 
Quealey Patrick J., clerk, 413 Cambridge, 

boards 111 Elm 
Quealey Thomas, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 42 Clark 
Queen Isaac, laborer, house Tremont, near 

Cambridge 
Queeney John, stone grainer Riverside 

Press, house 2 Elmer 
Quigley Bernard D., liquors, 271 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Quigley Charles, blacksmith U. R. Co., 

Dunster, boards 39 Brighton 
Quigley Francis, stone-cutter, h. 17 Brown 
Quigley Frank, stone-cutter, boards P. 

Quigley's, Vineyard 
Quigley Hugh, tinsmith, h. 53 Charles 
Quigley James, laborer, 180 Main, b. r. do. 
Quigley John, laborer, 180 Main, h. r. do. 
Quigley John, currier, house 25 Harvey 
Quigley J. S., pattern-maker, 72 Main 
Quigley Patrick, laborer, house Vine- 
yard, near Cushing 
Quigley Walter, cooper, house 149 Gore 
Quill Patrick, currier, house 49 Cedar 
Quilter Michael, laborer, h. 238 Franklin 
Quilty James, clerk, 3 Winter, boards 8 

Stevens court 
Quinlan Bartholomew, boiler maker B. & 

L. R. R. shop, house 34 Charles 
Quinlan John, laborer, boards 4 North 
Quinlan John, brass m older, 368 Main, 

house Locust, cor. Holworthy 
Qninn Bridget, widow of Hugh, h. 452 

Broadway 
Quinn Bridget, widow, h. 104 Kinnaird 
Quinn Catherine, widow of Wm., house 

152 Bridge 
Quinn Catherine E., widow of Charles, 

grocer, 116 Fourth, house do. 
Quinn Charles, laborer, h. 36 "Broadway 
Quinn Edward, instructor House of Cor- 
rection, house rear 110 Spring 
Quinn Eliza, wid. of Patrick,h.23Valentine 



Quinn Francis, house 13 Remington 
Quinn James J., express Cambridge, n. , 

Third, house 189 Cambridge 
Quinn James P., painter, 660 Main, house 

116 Webster avenue 
Quinn Jeremiah, laborer, h. 249 Franklin 
Quinn John, carpenter, house 91 Vine 
Quinn John, draw tender and switchman 

B. & M. R. R., house rear 102 Gore 
Quinn John, stone-cutter, bds. 125 Third 
Quinn John, grease collector, h. 39 Charles 
Quinn John, laborer, h. 4 Spring place 
Quinn J"bhn, laborer, house 9 Willow 
Quinn John, harness maker (63 Pitts, B.), 

house 25 Gore 
Quinn John, blacksmith, 72 Main 
Quinn John, teamster, h. 35 Brookline 
Quinn John F., hostler, 224 Putnam av., 

boards do. 
Quinn John J., clerk, 168 Gore, b. 143 do. 
Quinn Joseph F., plumber (B.j, boards 

104 Kinnaird 
Quinn Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 

143 Gore [Third 

Quinn Mary, widow of Maurice, h. 125 
Quinn Mary Mrs., house 211 Franklin 
Quinn Maurice, rubber worker, boards 

125 Third 
Quinn Michael, helper B. & L. R. R. shop 
Quinn Michael, laborer, 368 Main, house 

160 Thorndike 
Quinn Michael, laborer, 368 Main, house 

rear 42 Washington 
Quinn Nicholas, carpenter, h. 36 Broadway 
Quinn Patrick, teamster, 124 Harvard, 

house 120| do. 
Quinn P. S., conductor U. R. Co. 
Quinn Sarah, widow of James, h. 1 Fourth 
Quinn Terrence F., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 31 Carson 
Quinn Thomas, laborer, house 44 Willow 
Quinn Thomas, house 118 Spring 
Quinn Timothy I., letter carrier E. Cam- 
bridge P. O., house rear 24 Winter 
Quinn William, laborer, house 198 Bridge 
Quinn William, laborer, house 36 Warren 
Quinn Winnie Miss, house 95 Mt. Auburn 

RAABE LOUIS, cabinet maker, Otis, cor. 
First, boards 59 Third 

Rabey Charles, silver plater (24 Sudbury, 
B.), boards 10 Conlon court 

Rabey Max, laborer, bds. 10 Conlon ct. 

Rabey Sabina Miss, house 10 Conlon court 

Rackemann Charles S., law student H. U., 
rooms 4 Garden 

Rackliffe Charles W., b. 14 Squires court 

Rackliffe Joseph C, teamster, house 14 
Squires court 

Rady Mary A., teacher Gannett primary 
school, boards 142 Columbia 

Rady Michael C, mason, h. 141 Columbia 

Rady Phillip, blacksmith, h. 142 Columbia 

Rady, see Ready, also Reddy 

Rafferty Bernard, bread store, 315 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Rafferty Frank, boards 11 Fourth 



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Rafferty James, laborer, house 11 Fourth 
Rafferty James, tailor, house 4 Harding 
Rafferty Thomas, boards 193 Norfolk 
Rafferty Thomas, laborer, h. 120 Fourth 
Rainer Joseph, boards 93| Green 
Rainey James, stone-setter Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, h. 21 Sparks street place 
Rainey Robert, stone-cutter A. McDonald, 

Mt. Auburn, house McDonald 
Rakestraw Elam, engineer (1 Hamilton, 

B. ), boards 37 Winsor 
Ralph Thomas, foreman, 172 Pearl, house 

1 Acorn 
Ralph William, painter, 14 Church 
Ramhofer Edward J., hairdresser, 904| 

Main, boards 14 Cowperthwaite 
Ramhofer Jacob, shoemaker, house 14 

Cowperthwaite 
Ramsay Albert H., driver, 12 Green, b. do. 
Ramsay Alexander H., apothecary, 1 Brat- 
tle, house 857 Main 
Ramsay Alfred, finisher Middlesex Bleach- 
ery (Somerville), house Carver, near 
Sacramento 
Ramsay Harvey, cigars (59 Broad, B.), 

house 22 Elm 
Ramsay James M., grocer, 10 Brattle, 

house 41 Bowdoin 
Ramsay Jane, widow of Robert, house 

Carver, near Sacramento 
Ramsay Wallace, mattress maker, house 

rear 7 Fourth 
Ramsdell Annie Mrs., house 53 Clark 
Ramsell Charles, brush-maker (B.), b. 69 

Spring 
Ramsell Charles L., officer House of Cor- 
rection, house 69 Spring 
Ramstein John A., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 26 Tiemont 
Ranagan Peter, brush-maker (B.), house 

102 Spring 
Rand Benjamin R., conveyancer Registry 
of Deeds, Otis, corner Second, boards 
70 Thorndike 
Rand Charles A., commission merchant 
(19 North Market, B.), h. 84 Thorndike 
Rand Charles O., clerk Brattle square Ho- 
tel, 32 Brattle square, house 22 Coggs- 
well avenue 
Rand Edward L. (Kelley & Rand), action 
maker, 162 Broadway, house at Ja- 
maica Plain [Quincy 
Rand Edward L., student H. U., house 16 
Rand Fred. C, student H. U., boards 16 

Winthrop 
Rand George H., carver, h. 31 Baldwin 
Rand Harry S., boards 158 North avenue 
Rand Henry C, leather (45 Merchants 

row, B.), house 158 North avenue 
Rand James, laborer, house 2 Gore 
Rand James Mrs., house 29 Eliot 
Rand Jennie L. Mrs., house 16 Quincy 
Rand Obed, house 22 Coggswell avenue 
Rand Oliver J., house 35 Bigelow 
Rand Sarah A. Mrs., teacher Shepard 

grammar school, bds. 282 North av. 
Rand Thomas B., teamster, h. 146 Charles 



Rand William H., teamster, h. r. 7 Fifth 
Randall Carrie L. Mrs., tel. operator W. 
U. T. Co., Lyceum Exchange, Har- 
vard row, house 7 Chapman place 
Randall Catharine M. Mrs., house 11 River, 

room 4 
Randall Daniel, laborer, h. rear 99 Sixth 
Randall Daniel jr., spring-bed maker, 3S6 

Main, house rear 99 Sixth 
Randall Eben D., cooper, h. 113 Hampshire 
Randall Edwin P., packer (51 Hanover, 

B.), boards 7 Leighton court 
Randall Frank E., machinist B. & M. R. 

R. shop, boards 7 Leighton court 
Randall Gilbert, house 7 Chapman place 
Randall James T. D., telegraph operator 
(109 State, B.), bds. 11 River, room 11 
Randall Joseph, carpenter, house 7 Cedar 
Randall Lewis H., laborer, h. 268 Pearl 
Randall Oliver P., carpenter B. & L. R. R. 

repair shop, house 7 Leighton court 
Randall Thomas, laborer, boards 99 Sixth 
Rankin Edwin D., silver plater (50 Sud- 
bury, B.), house rear 113 Thorndike 
Rankin George J., carpenter, h. 82 River 
Ranks Elisha C, packer (48 Canal, B.) f 
house 49 Allston fPrescott 

Ranlet Charles, student H. U., rooms 20 
Ranney Fletcher, student H. U., rooms 19 

Felton building 
Ransom Chandler R. (38 School, B.), 

house 9 Roseland 
Rantz Andres M., painter (440 Tremont, 

B.), house 24 Decatur 
Rathmell George R., carpenter (B.), house 

1 Baldwin place 
Rawson George W., machinist, 72 Main, 

house 19 State 
Ray Edwin C, fruit (12 Merchants row, 

B.), house 97 Inman 
Ray Hannah, wid. of James, h. 27 Banks 
Ray Isaac, hostler, 43 Cambridge, rms. do. 
Ray Richard clerk (public library, B.), 

boards 160 Pleasant 
Raymond Charles A., boots and shoes (181 
Congress and 130 Hanover, B.), house 
98 Ellery 
Raymond Charles E., wholesale grocer 

(9 Commercial, B.), h. 357 Harvard 
Raymond Charles F., letter-carrier Cam- 
bridge P. O., boards 11 Lawrence 
Raymond Emmons, pres. Conn, and Pas- 
sumpsic River R. R., 33 N. Y. Mutual 
Life Insurance bldg. (95 Milk, B.), 
house 398 Broadway 
Raymond George Augustus, dentist, 218 
North avenue, house Lambert avenue, 
opposite Walnut avenue 
Raymond Geo. A., provisions, 25 Chaun 

cy, house 23 do. 
Raymond George P., millinery (5 Tre- 
mont place, B.), house 124 Oxford 
Raymond James H., clerk (B.), house rear 

507 Main 
Raymond John C, music teacher and 
janitor Webster and Willard schools, 
house 11 Lawrence 



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RAYMOND PATRICK H., busi- 
ness agent Cambridge Press, 531 Main, 
bouse 10 Pleasant 

Raymond Robert F., student H. U., bds. 
65 Ellery 

Raymond Thomas C, house 84 Ellery 

Raymond Walter, general agent Montreal 
& Boston Air Line R. R. (240 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 398 Broadway 

Raymond William EL, wholesale grocer (9 
Commercial, B.), house 776 Main 

Raymond Wm. T., clerk, h. 104 Pleasant 

Raynard Joseph F., carpenter, order box 
Lyceum Exchange 

Rayne George W., machinist, 356 Main, 
house 11 Decatur 

READ CHARLES C, lawyer (27 
State, rooms 18 and 19, B.), boards 
William Read's, Appleton 
Read Edward, guns and sporting appara- 
tus (13 Faneuil Hall square, B.), bds. 
William Read's, Appleton 
Read Freeman E., cabinet-maker, Rhoades 

building, State, house 8 Cherry 
Read Herbert, house 15 Appian-way 
Read James J., harnesses, etc. (13 Tre- 

mont row, B.), boards 6 Pemberton 
Read John, guns and sporting apparatus 
(13 Faneuil Hall square, B.), house 
Appleton, comer Highland 
Read J. Henry, county commissioner, 
Court House, East Cambridge, house 
at Westford 
Read J. Stacey, real estate (266 Washing- 
ton, B.). house 6 Pemberton 
Read Lucy G.. widow of John, house 15 

Appian-way 
Read Nathaniel G.. sea-captain, bds. Wm. 

Read's, Appleton 
Read Robert M., jeweler, h. 253 Broadway 
Read Samuel V. M., messenger (B. & P. 

depot, B.), house 101^ Inman 
Read Thos. J., carpenter, b. 20 Suffolk 
Read Wilder B., tinsmith, h. 16 Worcester 
Read Wm., guns and sporting apparatus 
(13 F. H. square, B.), house Appleton 
Read Wm. jr., guns and sporting appara- 
tus (13 F. H. sq., B.), house Appleton 
Read, see Reed, also Reid 
Ready Michael, laborer, h. 281 Cambridge 
Reagan James, clerk, 443 Cambridge 
Reagan Jeremiah, hostler, h. 224 Franklin 
Reagan Jeremiah, rope-maker, house Bel- 
mont, corner Montgomery 
Reagan John, butcher, 169 Gore, boards 

198 Cambridge 
Reagan John, butcher, house 12 Warren 
Reagan John F., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

house 122 Spring 
Reagan Michael, laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 
Reagan Michael, laborer, h. 192 Norfolk 
Reagan M. T., laborer, h. 58 Webster av. 
Reagan Timothy, laborer, house 269 Cam- 
bridge [5 McCabe 
Reagan William, shoemaker (B.), house 
Real Thomas J., case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 225 do., room 2 



Reardon Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 

203 Franklin 
Reardon Cornelius, fireman, h. 7 Water 
Reardon Cornelius, teamster, 221 Bridge, 

house 8 Fourth 
Reardon Daniel, laborer, house 156 Green 
Reardon Edmund (John Reardon & Sons), 

candle mnfr., Waverly, cor. Talbot, 

house 189 Pearl 
Reardon Hannah Mrs., house 27 Harvey 
Reardon James H., at John Reardon & 

Sons, house 29 Erie 
Reardon John, laborer, house 11 Hayes ct. 
Reardon John (John Reardon & Sons), 

candle mnfr., Waverly, cor. Talbot, 

house 13 Erie 
Reardon John, laborer, house 29 Warren 
Reardon John jr. (113 South Market, B.), 

house 173 Pearl 
Reardon John & Sous (John and Edmund 

Reardon), candle mnfrs., Waverly, c. 

Talbot, and (113 South Market, B.) 
Reardon John J., iron-molder, 368 Main, 

house 13$ Franklin 
Reardon Margaret, widow of Michael, h. 

277 Cambridge 
Reardon Michael, laborer, h. 198 Norfolk 
Reardon Morris, laborer, bds. 139 Bridge 
Reardon Owen, driver, 203 Bridge, house 

8 Gore 
Reardon Timothy, switch-tender U. R. 

Co., house 123 Spring 
Reardon William, soap and tallow mnfr., 

Portland, n. Plymouth, and(113 South 

Market, B.), boards Prospect House, 

596 Main [8 Cherry 

Recor Adolphus, sawyer, 624 Main, house 
Reddam Timothy, liquors, 38 DeWolf, 

house do. 
Reddick Henry J., station agent F. R. R., 

Porter's station, North av., house do. 
Reddin Charles, machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, boards 83 Bridge 
Reddin David, shoemaker, 557 Main, 

house 171 Franklin 
Redding Charles, machinist, b. 83 Bridge 
Redding Margaret K., wid., h. 61 Pleasant 
Redding Nellie E. Mrs., dressmaker. 72 

Sixth, house do. [Sixth 

Redding Sylvanus C, engineer (B. ), h. 72 
Reddy John, clerk, 226 North avenue, b. 

rear 293 do. 
Reddy John, laborer N. E. Glass Co., bds. 

99 Gore 
Reddy Nicholas, laborer, h. 171 Franklin 
Reddy Paul, bacon carer, foot Wiusor, 

house 222 Franklin 
Redely, see Ready; also Rady and Reidy 
Redfern William, gardener, house 187 

Franklin 
Redfield William P., bookkeeper (450 

Washington, B.), house 90 Prospect 
Redhouse William, hairdresser, 12 Rogers 

block, Main, house do. 
Redington Anna, widow of John, house 

25 Grant 
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Redington Mary, widow of Patrick, house 
13 Grant 

Redmon Delia, widow, h. 23 McCabe 

Redmond John, marble-worker (Charles- 
town, B.), house 212 Bridge 

Redmond John, laborer, house 7 Foster's 
block, rear 93 Main 

Redmond Joseph, tinsmith, 104 Main, b. 

8 Broadway 

Redmond Joseph, tinsmith, rear 104 Main, 
boards 137 do. 

Reed Alonzo, blacksmith. Palmer, near 
Brattle, house 9 Soden 

Reed Charles F., action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 4 Rockwell 

Reed Charles H., hack-driver, Church, b. 
34 Brattle square 

Reed Chester A., student H. U., boards 
347 Harvard 

Reed Chester I. Mrs., house 347 Harvard 

Reed Clarence A., driver, 502 Main, boards 

9 Soden 

Reed Clarence G., plasterer, order box Ly- 
ceum Exchange, Harvard square 
Reed Edward D., clerk (32 Summer, B.), 

boards 79 Thorndike 
Reed Enos W., milkman, h. 79 Thorndike 
Reed Frank, hostler N. Devens, Palmer 
Reed Frederick (Edward Hixon & Co.), 
furniture, 124 Harvard and (374 Wash- 
ington, B. ), house at Boston 
Reed Frederick S. G., student H. U., rms. 

12 Hollis Hall 
Reed George B., law book seller (37 Brat- 
tle, B.), house 43 Cottage 
Reed Geo. H., house 80 Cambridge 
Reed Geo. H., packer, Otis, corner First, 

boards 9 Soden 
Reed Guilford S., dentist (14 Winter, B.), 

house 782 Main 
Reed Henry L., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 4 Rockwell 
Reed Honora, widow of John, house 7 

Cow r perthwaite 
Reed James, fishing rod maker, 26 Banks, 

house do. 
Reed James Mrs., human hair worker, 

house 65 Brattle 
Reed John W., laborer, h. 1 Norfolk court 
Reed Joseph, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Reed Joseph Nelson, house 2 Parker 
Reed Louisa, widow, boards 38 Hastings 
Reed Samuel M., plasterer, h. 46 No. av. 
Reed Sarah L., widow of Enos, house 84 

Cambridge 
Reed Waldo, clerk, 497 Main, b. 64 Austin 
Reed William, fishing rod maker, boards 

65 Brattle 
Reed, see Read, also Reid 
Reedy James, electrotype finisher, house 

129 Winsor 
Reehal James, glass maker, h. 21 Winter 
Reehal James E., glass maker,b^21 Winter 
Reehal Peter A., upholsterer (B.), boards 

21 Winter 
Reehal Wm., laborer, 211 Bridge, house 94 
Spring 



Rees Edwin, painter, house 422 Main 
Rees Frank W., printer (169 Devonshire, 

B.). boards 422 Main 
Rees Harry J., printer (169 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 422 Main 
Rees Henry B., engineer (21 Brattle, B.), 

house 44 Spring 
Rees James, fireman B. & L. R. R., rooms 

120 Cambridge 
Reeves Benjamin F., hairdresser, 185 

North av., house 7 Lambert avenue 
Reeves Fred H., treas.'s clerk B. & L. R. 

R. (Causeway, B.), b. 7 Lambert av. 
Reeves John J. W., reporter Cambridge 

Tribune, house 516 Main 
Reeves Samuel, tin peddler, house 11 

Leighton court 
Regal Annie U. Miss, clerk, 47} Gore, 

boards 6 Second 
Regal Augustus, glass worker, h. 75 Spring 
Regal Elizabeth P., teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, boards 6 Second 
Regal Frank, glass maker, h. 89 Fourth 
Regal Mary M. Mrs., dry goods, 47i Gore, 

house 6 Second 
Regal Nellie A. Miss, compositor (B.), 

boards 6 Second 
Regal Victor, house 6 Second 
Registry of Deeds, Otis, corner Second, 

East Cambridge [Portland 

Rehill Thomas, laborer, 92 Main, house 12 
Reid Andrew Mrs., nurse, h. 29 Hamilton 
Reid Emma Miss, dressmaker, 37 Winsor, 

house do. 
Reid George, key finisher, 139 Broadway, 

house rear 52 Pine 
Reid Jas. A., plumber, 28 River, h.21 Park 
Reid Michael, piasters, order box 7 Har- 
vard square, house 185 Mt. Auburn 
Reid Robert, machinist, 368 Main, house 

202 Green 
Reid William B., printer University Press, 

boards at South Boston 
Reid, see Reed, also Read 
Reidy John, servant, 11 Ware, boards do. 
Reidy, see Reddy; also Ready and Rady 
Reiger Ludwig, laborer, h. Willis court 
Reilly Ellen, widow of Thos., h. 4 Village 
Reilly James, teamster, 115 Bridge,boards 

at Soraerville 
Reilly James H., clerk, 115 Bridge, boards 

at Somerville 
Reis Manuel D., baker, 67 Gore, h. do. 
Remick Charles H., house 9£ Bigelow 
Remick Jacob B., cattle broker, boards 

Charles Curtis', Groveland 
Remick Ursula M., widow of John, house 

9£ Bigelow 
Renton James, tailor, 423 Cambridge,h. do. 
Republican Headquarters, room 5, Grant 

building, 623 Main 
Revere Sugar Refinery (Nash, Spaulding 

& Co.), Water, opp. N. E. Glass Co., 

office (23 Broad, B.) 
Reversible Collar Co., paper collar and 

cuff mnfr., 10 Arrow, and (84Hawley, 

B.), George K. Snow, pres. and supt. 



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Reycroft Joseph W., wood worker, 246 

Main, house 30 East 
Reynolds Catherine, widow of Nicholas, 

house rear 44 Washington 
Reynolds Charles E., watchman (40 Court, 

B.), house 16 Front 
Reynolds Edward, student H. U., rooms 

22 Holyoke House 

Reynolds James H., cabinet maker, 44 

Cambridge, boards at Charlestown 
Reynolds John A., driver, 502 Main, house 

23 Green 

Reynolds Julia, widow of James, house 

Jackson, near Spruce 
Reynolds Mary E. Mrs., boarding-house, 

59 Franklin 
Reynolds Samuel, bootmaker (138 Pearl, 

B. ), house 4 Stinson court 
Reynolds Sarah L., widow of James,house 

10 Blackstone 
Reynolds Stephen W., treas. A. & P. R. 

R. (87 Milk, room 18, B.), h. 11 Rice 
Reynolds Terry, boiler maker, 72 Main 
Reynolds William A., house 65 Cherry 
Rhmelauder Frederic W., student H. IL, 

rooms 6 Weld Hall 
Rhoades Angie L., widow of Silas, house 

12 Bigelow 
Rhoades Herbert A., house 12 Bigelow 
Rhoades Josiah R., carpenter, 102 Allston, 

house 224 Pearl 
Rhoades Solomon, provisions, 3 Brattle, 

house at Somerville 
Rhoades Taney, grocer, 110 Harvard, h. do. 
Rhodes Albert, key scraper, 138 Broad- 
way, house 166 Main 
Rhodes Leonard H, clerk, 43 Pleasant, 

boards 138 Brookline 
Rhodes Louisa Miss, house 13 Farwell pi. 
Rice Charles M., student H. U., rooms 20 

Prescott 
Rice Duane L., organ and piano maker, 

624 Main, house 42 Pearl 
Rice Edmund, brevet Col. U. S. A., house 

160 Brattle 
Rice E., driver U. R. Co. 
Rice George, house 103 Green 
Rice George B., clerk (234 Purchase, B.), 

house Somerville av., corner White 
Rice George P., salesman (3 Winthrop sq., 

B.), house 66 Inman 
Rice Hannah, widow of Nathaniel, boards 

336 Broadway 
Rice Henry G., "clerk (364 Washington, 

B.), boards 342 Harvard [shop 

Rice Henry S., carpenter B. & L. R. R. 
Rice Homer, real estate, mortgages, etc. 

(2 Change avenue, B.), bds. 11 Market 
Rice Israel, clerk, 253 Cambridge, boards 

57 Sixth 
Rice Israel L. G., house 160 Brattle 
Rice James A., clerk, 162 Cambridge, bds. 

57 Sixth 
Rice James B. jr., hats, caps, etc. (36 to 

40 Chauncy, B.), house 16 Arlington 
Rice John J., shoemaker, 5 Brattle, house 

69 Sixth 



Rice John S., tin plate worker (23 John, 

B.), house 18 Perry 
Rice Marcia. widow, house 40 Essex 
Rice Marie H., widow of Joseph H., house 

7 Spruce 
Rice Marshall N. (American Net and 

Twine Co.), Third, h. at Arlington 
Rice Martha J., widow, house 17 Pleasant 
Rice Mary R., nurse, bds. 77 Washington 
Rice Thomas, teamster Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, house 257 Mt. Auburn 
Rice Thomas G., U.S. appraiser (177 State, 

B. ), house 342 Harvard 
Rice William, tailor, 24 Central square, 

house 132 Auburn 
Rice William H., action maker, 624 Main, 

boards 144 Austin [bds. do. 

Rich Benj. W., servant, 400 Broadway, 
Richards Charles, carriage painter, bds. 

117 Harvard 
Richards Chas., tinsmith, h. 40 Broadway 
Richards Daniel P., organ maker, 162 

Broadway, house 20 Walnut court 
Richards Gardner W., box maker, boards 

32 Winsor 
Richards George A., bds. 11 Waterhouse 
Richards Hannah, widow of Michael, 

grocer, 113 Spruce, house do. 
Richards Henry N., student H. U., rooms 

18 Thayer Hall 
Richards John, driver U. R. Co., rooms 

Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Richards John E., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Medford 
Richards Joseph R., architect (46 Court, 

room 16, B.), house 733 Cambridge 
Richards O. J., tinsmith, 502 Main, house 

at Somerville 
Richards William P., architect (46 Court, 

B.), house 733 Cambridge 
Richardson Alexander, U. S. appraiser's 

office (177 State, B.), h. 88 Harvard 
Richardson A. A., carriage trimmer, 178 

North avenue, house at Boston 
Richardson Benjamin F., musical instru- 
ments (13 Bowker, B.), house 143 

Washington 
Richardson Benjamin H., salesman (41 

Franklin, B.), house 49 Sacramento 
Richardson Caleb T., baker, 502 Main, h. 

29 Brookline 
Richardson Charles A., bookkeeper, h. 

90 Banks 
Richardson C. E., conductor U. R. Co. 
Richardson Daniel M., student H. U., 

rooms 2 Holworthy Hall 
Richardson Eliza A. Miss, indexer, Otis, 

corner Second, bds. at Charlestown 
Richardson Elwin B., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Woburn 
Richardson Emily M. Mrs., house 197 

Cambridge 
Richardson Frank C, starter "People's 

Line" coaches (Summer, cor. Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 197 Cambridge 
Richardson Frank E., musician, boards 

143 Washington 



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Kichardson Frederick F., tin plate worker, 
153 Putnam avenue, house 5 Rockwell 

Richardson Frederick H., law student H. 
U., rooms 20 Prescott 

RICHARDSON GEO. E., clerk 
and messenger National City Bank, 
553 Main, boards 803 do. 

Richardson George F.. mason, h. 47 Elm 

Richardson George M., student H. U., 
rooms 2 Holyoke 

Richardson Geo." P. Mrs., house 7 Frost 

Richardson George W., clerk, 178 Harvard, 
boards 106 Columbia 

Richardson Georgianna, widow of George 
E., milliner, 99 Mt. Auburn, h. do. 

Richardson Harriet E. Miss, boarding- 
house, 5 Rockwell 

Richardson Herbert A. t student H. XL, 
rooms 26 Weld Hall 

Richardson Horace, peddler, boards rear 
112 Magazine 

Richardson Horace R., milkman, house 
rear 112 Magazine 

Richardson Horatio S. (A. R. Bayley & 
Co.), apothecary, 607 Main, and (Bay- 
ley & Richardson), 32 River, boards 

5 Inman 

Richardson James, tobacconist, 15 Hast- 
ings, house do. 

Richardson James, laborer, h. 42 Foster 

Richardson James jr., teamster, house 
rear 48 Auburn 

Richardson James P. Mrs., house 17 West- 
ern avenue 

Richardson John, baker, 502 Main, house 
42 Brookline 

Richardson John C, real estate (24 Old 
State House, B.), house 20 Lake 

Richardson Joseph, rigger, h. 82 Harvard 

Richardson Louis G., clerk (66 Federal, 
B. ), boards 17 Western avenue 

Richardson Mercy, widow of Edward, h. 
803 Main 

Richardson Olive A. Miss, rooms 9 Story 

Richardson Oscar W., driver, 12 Green, 
rooms do. 

Richardson Richard R., engineer (85 
Court, B.J, house 58 Austin 

Richardson Samuel C, hairdresser, 4 Brat- 
tle, house 53 Mount Auburn 

Richardson Sarah E. Mrs., clerk treas. 
office, U. R. Co., boards 76 Green 

Richardson Virgil C., porter (27 Otis, B.), 
house 54 Washington 

Richardson Walcott, cattle broker, house 
7 Lake View avenue 

Richardson Warren J., traveling salesman, 
503 Main, boards Prospect House 

Richardson William Fox, iron and steel 
(41 Fulton, B.), house 39 Walden 

Richardson William F. jr. (41 Fulton, B.), 
boards Wm. F. Richardson's, Walden 

Richardson William M., law student H. XL, 
rooms 13 Hilton block 

Richardson William T. (W.T. Richardson 

6 Co.), coal, College wharf, foot Dun- 
ster, house 42 Trowbridge 



Richardson Willis K., wire worker (Brigh- 
ton avenue, B.), boards 20 Lake 
IHCHARDSON W. T. & CO. 
I (Wm. T. Richardson and M. Clinton 
Bacon), coal and wood, College wharf, 
foot Dunster, order box, 464 Harvard 

Richmond Ann Mrs.,h. 16 Leighton court 

Richmond James F., telegraph operator, 
boards 16 Leighton court 

Richmond John C, clerk (17 Congress, 
B.), boards 141 North avenue 

RichmondvJohn W., glass maker, boards 
16 Leighton ct. [22 Little's Ilk 

Richmond Phillip, student H. U., rooms 

Richmond William H., machinist, boards 
16 Leighton court 

Rickards Bennett O., case maker, 162 
Broadway, house 193 Putnam avenue 

Ricker Benjamin F. (Keough & Ricker), 
hairdresser, 4 Brewer's block 

Ricker Charles V., boards 85 Winsor 

Ricker Clinton A., bookeeper C. H. North 

6 Co. (Somerville), h. 114 Thorndike 
Ricker Edward, carriage painter, 322 

North avenue, house at Somerville 
Ricker Frances B., widow of Vesey P., 

house 85 Winsor 
Ricker George F. (Geo. F. Ricker & Co.), 

bedding, steam renovating, etc., 613 

Main, house 45 Magazine 

RICKER GEORGE F. & CO. 
(George F. Ricker), bedding, steam 
renovating, etc., 613 Main 
Ricker George H., tea and coffee, 153 Har- 
vard, house do. 
Ricker George H. Mrs., bread store, 153 
Harvard, house do. 126 do. 

Ricker Jerediah, carpenter, 3 River, house 
Ricker John E., engineer S. F. E. 4, house 

7 Orchard [82 Auburn 
Ricker Luther P. , carpenter, 3 River, house 
Ricker Moses, carpenter, 3 River, h. 12 do. 
Ricker William H., clerk, house 26 River 
Ricker Winfield S., compositor Riverside 

Press, house at Allston 
Riddell Frederick, teamster, h. 22 Warren 
Riddell Thomas, house 29 Sixth 
Riddle George, instructor in elocution H. 

U., house 6 Arrow 
Rideout Bradford O., planer, State, corner 

Osborn, house 57 Portland 
Rideout Duncan T. (M. E. & D. T. Ride- 
out), planing mill, Banks, junc. West- 
ern avenue, house 61 Franklin 
Rideout Edward, boards 2 Pond place 
Rideout Malcolm E. (M. E. & D. T. Ride- 
out), planing mill, Banks, junc. West- 
ern avenue, house 2 Pond place 
Ridedut M. E. & D. T. (Malcolm E. and 
Duncan T. Rideout), planing and 
moulding mill, Western avenue, junc. 
Banks 
Rideout Ransom, planer, bds. 61 Franklin 

RIDLON WM., piano mover, office 
(11 LaGrange, B.), h. 248 Broadway 
Riggs John S., hostler, 201 Main, house 88 
Harvard 



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Riggs Julia, widow, house 61 Hampshire 
Riggs May, laborer, house 102 Harvard 
Riley Alberta, slater (98 Beverly, B.), h. 62 

Pleasant 
Riley Catherine, widow, house 45 Banks 
Riley Cornelius, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
Riley Daniel, laborer, house 2, rear 209 Mt. 

Auburn 
Riley David, bricklayer, h. 31 Cambridge 
Riley Dennis, bricklayer, h. 31 Cambridge 
Riley Francis J., student H. U., rooms 28 

College House [49 Antrim 

Riley Frederic, roofer (98 Beverly, B.), h. 
Riley George, laborer, house 173 Elm 
Riley Harriet S., widow of John, house 

191 Cambridge 
Riley Hugh, laborer, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 
Riley James, hostler, bds. C. W. Ingall's, 

Elm 
Riley James H., boards 24 North 
Riley Jeremiah, laborer.h. r. 146 Thorndike 
Riley John, laborer, house 159^ Franklin 
Riley John, laborer, house Boad, near 

Concord avenue [458 Cambridge 

Riley John, blacksmith, 168 Columbia, h. 
Riley John, clerk, Brewer's block, Brattle 

square, boards do. [Thorndike 

Riley John, plasterer, 44 Gore, house r. 146 
Riley John, baker, h. 137 Webster avenue 
Riley John, house rear 36 Harvard 
Riley John, laborer, house 122 Broadway 
Riley John, teamster, 9 Somerset, h. do. 
Riley John jr., teamster, bds. 30 Donnell 
Riley John jr., laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house Somerset, c. Putnam av. 
Riley John J , soap maker, 204 Broadway, 

boards 13 Somerset « 

Riley Lucy M. Mrs., house 2 Antrim 
Riley Martin, laborer, house 142 Elm 
Riley Mary, widow of Patrick, house 13 

Somerset [perthwaite 

Riley Mary, widow of Peter, house 19 Cow- 
Riley Michael, laborer, house 37 Cow- 
perthwaite 
Riley Patrick, teamster, house 30 Donnell 
Riley Patrick, hostler, 229 Cambridge, 

house 28 Warren 
Riley Patrick, teamster, bds. 9 Somerset 
Riley Thomas F. , sheet iron worker, 153 

Putnam avenue, boards 13 Somerset 
Riley William, machinist, 72 Main 
Riley, see O'Riley 

Rimson Augustus, laborer,bds.96 Harvard 
Rindge Daniel, carpenter, 51 Otis, house 

42 Third 
Rindge Daniel T., salesman, b. 42 Third 
Rindge John, clerk (4 Winthrop sq., B.), 

house 13 Ellsworth avenue 
Rindge Samuel, student (187 Boylston*, B. ), 

boards 42 Third 

EINDGE SAMUEL B., dry goods 
com. (4 Winthrop sq.,B.), and pres. 
Charles River National Bank, house 
344 Harvard 
Ring John, laborer, house rear 26 Vine 
Ring Michael, junk, 54 Cambridge, house 
at Charlestown 



Ring Patrick, laborer, boards 8 Davis 
Ring Wm., teamster (B.), b. 108 Camb'ge 
Ringer Josiah H., teamster N. N. Stickney, 

DeWolf, house 11 Mt. Auburn 
Ringer Susie M. Mrs., dressmaker, 7£ Mt. 

Auburn, house 11 do. 
Ripley Frank L., fruits (57 Chatham, B.), 

house 95£ Inman 
Ripley Richard J., house 203 Pearl 
Ripson John, coffin trimmer W. L. Lock- 
hart, house 6 Short 
Risdon Isaac E., sheet iron worker, 92 

Main, house 233 Broadway 
Risinger Abel, student H. U., b. 23 Irving 
Rivard Edmund, laborer, house Adams, 

near Concord avenue 
Rivers Elizabeth, widow of Francis, house 

271 Putnam avenue 
Rivers Isaac, carpenter, h. 72 Columbia 
Rivers Isaac W., laborer Burrage Bros., 

house 5 Cottage court 
Rivers Joseph F., stamper, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 271 do. 
Riverside Oil Works, Capen, Sprague & 

Co., props., Sixth, near Potter (office 

6 and 8 Custom House st., B.) 
Riverside Press, H. O. Houghton & Co., 

and Houghton, Mifflin & Co., props., 

printers, stereotypers and publishers, 

Blackstone 
Rivinius Fred W. (J. M. Hilton & Co.), 

stoves, etc., 434 Harvard, b. 5 Linden 
Roach Catherine, widow of Richard, h. 

13 Fourth 
Roach David F., student, bds. 13 Fourth 
Roach Dennis, flagman Camb'ge st. cross- 
ing B. & L. R. R., house 2 Ninth 
Roach James, stone-cutter, 29 Main, bds. 

21 Grant 
Roach James, laborer, h. Lexington av., 

3d from North avenue 
Roach James, brass finisher, 368 Main 
Roach James, laborer, house 3 Sparks 
Roach Joanna, grocer, Hampshire, corner 

Bristol, house do. 
Roach John, machinist, 72 Main 
Roach John, laborer, house 103 Spruce 
Roach John, laborer, house 21 Grant 
Roach John E., machinist, h. 13 Fourth 
Roach Martin W., musician, b.9 Phillips pi. 
Roach Thomas, grocer, 36 Willow, h. do. 
Roach, see Roche 
Roaf Albert B., boards 580 Main 
Roaf Robert N., house 580 Main 
Roaf Robert N. jr., express agent, 604 

Main, boards 580 do. 
Roaf Will F., clerk and messenger, Cam- 

bridgeport National Bank, b. 580 Main 
Roan Michael, brick layer, h. 4 Antrim 
Roan Thomas, machinist (Charlestown), 

house 9 Summer 
Robart Henry W., cabinet maker, 27 Brat- 
tle, boards 51 Banks 
Robart John O., furniture, etc., 27 Brattle, 

house 51 Banks 
Robart William O., cabinet-maker, house 

81 Broadway 



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Robb James R., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 87 River 
Robbin Simon, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 174 Harvard 
Robbins Albert M., bookkeeper, 1 Pros- 
pect, boards 25 Lee 
Robbins Alfred C, tin worker, 1 Prospect, 

boards 22 Bigelow 
Robbins Daniel, laborer, h. 11 Sargent 
Robbins Edward, bookkeeper (B.), house 

83 North avenue 
Robbins Eleazer, hairdresser, 218 North 

avenue, house 2 Regent 
Robbins Frances E. Miss, music teacher, 

house 30 Shepard 
Robbins Frederick, clerk Prospect House, 

596 Main, boards do. 
Robbins Geo.' W., Eyelet Tool Co. (40 Lin- 
coln, B.), house 63 Columbia 
Robbins Henry, bookkeeper, boards 178 

Harvard 
Robbins Herbert D., student H. IL, rms. 

28 College House 
Robbins Hiram H., car driver U. R. Co., 

boards 652 Main 
Robbins Irving, laborer, h. 70 Harvard 
Robbins James M., stoves, furnaces, and 
real estate agent, 1 Prospect, h. 25 Lee 
Robbins Morton D., clerk, 21 Brattle, h. 

79 Oxford 
Roberts Albert F., clerk, Somerville av., 

cor. White, house at Somerville 
Roberts Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, h. 1, 
rear 37 Norfolk [Prospect 

Roberts Arthur W., student H. U., b. 16 
Roberts Benj. W., principal Allston gram- 
mar school, house 16 Prospect 
Roberts Charles, laborer, h. 59 Hastings 
Roberts Charles H., mason, h. 10 Kevere 
Roberts David C, slater (232 Cambridge. 

B.), house 1 Rogers block, Main 
Roberts E. B., conductor U. R. Co. 
Roberts Frank L., chief clerk N. E. R. C. 
A. Association (L. R. R. depot, B.), 
house Walden, near Hubbard avenue 
Roberts Fred., teamster, house 7 Fifth 
Roberts George, conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 69 Mt. Auburn 
T)OBERTS GEORGE B. (Kendall 
jX & Roberts), machinist, 72 & 79 Main, 

house 20 Craigie 
Roberts George T., carpenter B. & A. R. 

R. shop (Allston), house 22 Lake 
Roberts James, farm-hand T. P. Sampson, 

Concord avenue, boards do. 
Roberts James H., machinery (118 and 120 

Merrimac, B.), house 128 Oxford 
Roberts John, house 112 Columbia 
Roberts Mary, widow of Alexander, house 
159 Pearl [at Chelsea 

Roberts Orin P., real estate, 15 Brattle, h. 
Roberts Owen, gardener, house 123 Elm 
Roberts Susan A., widow of Charles C, 
house 12 Salem [Pleasant 

Roberts Tristram, carpenter, house 84 
Robertson Angus, printer Riverside Press, 
house 22 Upton 



Robertson Charles, pattern maker,72 Main 
house at Charlestown 

Robertson Emeline S. Miss, at H. U. li- 
brary, boards 10 Linden 

Robertson James, cigars and tobacco, and 
(Hylard & Co.), 202 Cambridge, h. do. 

Robertson James A., carpenter A. Coch- 
rane & Co., Potter [19 Vine 

Robertson Robert, cabinet maker, house 

Robillard Lawrence, butter and eggs, 
house rear Dublin, near Walden 

Robins Francis, piano tuner, house 172 
Harvard 

ROBINSON AARON, provisions 
(54 and 72 Causeway, B.j, house 52 

Franklin 
Robinson Albert H., clerk (54 Causeway, 

B.), boards 53 River 
Robinson Alden, house 60 Thorndike 
Robinson Almira H. Mrs., house 53 Taver 
Robinson Ann, widow of Joel, house 55 

Cambridge [Portland 

Robinson Arthur F., laborer, boards 37 
Robinson Charles, inventor, house 47 

Hamilton 
Robinson Charles E., student H.U., rooms 

21 Park, Somerville 
Robinson Charles R., produce (33 John, 

B.), house 50 Magazine 
Robinson Converse L., action maker, 113 

Broadway, house 8 Kinnaird 
Robinson Cornelius, laborer, h. 15 School 
Robinson David, clerk, 226 North avenue, 

house at West Somerville 
Robinson Francis P., gents' furnishing 

goods (98 Court, B .), house 3 White 
Robinson Jabez L., tinsmith (79 North, 

B. ), house 25 Jay 
Robinson James A., teamster, 169 Gore, 

boards 19 Squires court 
Robinson James H., clerk, 610 Main, h. 

121 Magazine 

ROBINSOX JAMES R., consulting 
steam engineer (55 Simmons building, 

40 Water, B.), house 65 Inman 
Robinson John, carpenter, h. 32 Sidney 
Robinson John H., clerk (72 Causeway, 

B.), boards 52 Franklin 
Robinson Joseph S., house 92 Auburn 
Robinson J., machinist, 368 Main 
Robinson Lucien M., student H. U.. rooms 

6 Lawrence Hall [144 Pleasant 

Robinson Martha, widow of John, house 
Robinson Mary Miss, house Sidney, cor. 

Chestnut [Brookline 

Robinson Moses, stair builder, house 103 
Robinson Nelson L., law student H. U., 

rooms 6 Felton building 
Robinson Rhoda Mrs., house 8 Elmer 
Robinson Susan Miss, house Sidney, cor. 

Chestnut 
Robinson Thos., laborer, h. 19 Squires ct. 
Robinson Thomas, holly goods mnfr., 440 

Main [h. 146 Spring 

Robinson Thomas B., salesman, 168 Gore, 
Robinson Thomas F., machinist, boards 

19 Squires court 



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Eobinson Thomas J., cabinet maker, 44 

Cambridge, house at Charlestown 
Robinson Thomas R., tool maker, Otis, 

near First, house at Maiden 
Robinson Warren J., boards 84 Austin 
Robinson William D., h. 121 Magazine 
Robinson William H., student H. U., rms. 

16 Winthrop 
Robinson William J., clerk, 200 Cam- 
bridge, boards 19 Squires court 
Robinson William L. B., letter carrier P. 

O., 611 Main, house 121 Magazine 
Robinson William R. (Oriental Oil Co., 

Charlestown), house 26 Brookline 
Robson Robert S., machinist, boards Ann 

Loughrey's, Loughrey avenue 
Roby Mary G., widow of William, boards 

- H. A. Piper's, Langdon 
Roby William H., salesman (164 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 73 Fourth 
Roby Wm. T., pattern maker, boards 73 

Fourth 
Roby W. T., conductor U. R. Co. [do. 

Roche Daniel G., machinist, 12 Gore, h. 16 
Roche Mary, teacher St. Mary's Parochial 

school, house at Boston 
Roche, see Roach [39 Weld Hall 

Rochester DeLancey, student H. U., rms. 
Rock Joseph, teamster, house Lake View 

avenue, near Vassal lane 
Rock Louis, brick-maker, house Dublin, 

fourth from Wyatt's brick yard 
Rockwell Charles R., student H. U., rooms 

31 Matthews Hall 
Rockwood Ezra E., clerk (96 Sudbury, B.), 

boards 103 Cambridge 
Rockwood Louisa, widow of Ezra J., 

tailoress, house 103 Cambridge 
Rodriquez Emily Mrs., French teacher, 

house 2 Pleasant place 
Rodwell Wm., baker, 502 Main, h. 6 Lopez 
Roeberg Charles, machinist, 17 Main, h. 

at Boston 
Roetter Paulus, artist Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology, boards 15 Crescent 
Rogers Alexander, coachman, 80 North 

avenue, boards do. 
Rogers A. H. Miss, confectionery, 440 

Harvard, house 1 Revere 
Rogers Barrett, carpenter, b. 15 Farwell pi. 
Rogers Benjamiu Mrs., house 55 Dana 
Rogers Benjamin F. (Rogers & Co.), coal, 

foot Coggswell av., and 188 North av. s 

house 13 Walden 
Rogers Bernard, at Revere Sugar Refinery, 

house 230 Bridge 
Rogers Charles, tailor, house 53 Clark 
Rogers Chas. M., h. 5 Rogers block, Main 
Rogers Felix, laborer, house 27 Gore 
Rogers Felix M., painter (31 Province, B.), 

house 90 Spring 
Rogers Frederic W., student, boards Geo. 

M. Rogers', Lake View avenue 
Rogers George A., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, 

house 19 Mellen 
Rogers George B., student, boards George 

M. Rogers', Lake View avenue 



Rogers George E., brass finisher, 59 Brook- 
line, house do. 
Rogers George E. jr., express, 532 Main, 

and (370 Atlantic avenue, B.), boards 

59 Brookline [View av. 

Rogers George M., real estate, h. Lake 
Rogers Hugh, gas fitter, 595 Main 
Rogers Isaac L., student H. IT., rooms 29 

Hollis Hall 
Rogers James, roofer (142 Charles, B.), 

house rear 143 Main 
Rogers James, laborer, boards 6 Hunting 
Rogers James, teamster (B.), house 3 Sec- 
ond street court 
Rogers James F., boards 59 Brookline 
Rogers James M., book agent.b. 72 School 
Rogers Jesse, cabinet maker, 348 Main 
Rogers John, carpenter, house 82 Spring 
Rogers John M., teamster (34 Hawley,B.), 

house Pond place 
Rogers L. Waldo, electrotyper (15 Corn- 
hill, B. ), house 55 Dana 
Rogers Martyn M., h. 10 Rogers blk.,Main 
Rogers Moses F., bookkeeper Jaynes & 

Co., foot Pacific, h. 417 Broadway 
Rogers Patrick C, cooper, h. 126 Pearl 
Rogers Patrick J., machinist, 17 Main, 

hou<e 1 Broadway 
Rogers Peter, teamster, h. 9 Second st. ct. 
Rogers Robert, laborer, h. 411 Cambridge 
Rogers Stephen W., h. 132 Frankliu 
Rogers Stephen W. Mrs., dressmaker, 132 

Franklin, house do. 
Rogers Terrence, laborer, house 136 Elm 
Rogers Thomas, laborer, h. 66 Harvard 
Rogers William A., assistant professor of 

Astronomy at Observatory, rooms 18 

Bowdoin 
Rogers William A., student H. U., rooms 

23 Irving 
Rogers & Co. (Benjamin F. Rogers), wood 

and coal, foot of Coggswell avenue, 

and 188 North avenue 
Rohde Frank H., porter Riverside Press, 

boards 27 River 
Rohde John, bookbinder Riverside Press, 

boards 27 River 
Rohde Joseph, boots and shoes, 423 Main, 

house 27 River 
Rohr Robert, laborer, house 98 Fourth 
Rohrbacher William, varnisher, house 36 

Hampshire 
Rolfe John C, student H. U., boards 405 

Broadway 
Rolfe Lydia D., widow of John, house 405 

Broadway 
Rolfe William, painter, house 5 DeWolf 
Rolfe William J., editor (165 High, B.), 

house 405 Broadway 
Rollins Frank W., law student H. U.,rms. 

16 Oxford 
Rollins Geo. H., blacksmith, h.24 Jefferson 
Rollins George O., carriage smith, 11 

Church, house 46 Putnam avenue 
Rollins Patterson J., waiter, house 61 

Washington 
Rollins Wm. H., carpenter, h.24 Jefferson 



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Romans Jas. A., brass finisher, 368 Main 
Rooney John, laborer, boards 24 Belmont 
Rooney Sarah Mrs., house 24 Belmont 
Rooney William, laborer, house 23 Sparks 
Rooney, see Runey 
Roper Bernard J., potter, house Crescent 

avenue, opposite the pottery 
Roper Elizabeth, widow of Bernard,house 

46 Spruce 
Roper Francis, rope maker, b. 46 Spruce 
Roper George H., clerk (19 Washington, 

B.), house 223 Harvard 
Roper G. H. Mrs., dressmaker, 223 Har- 
vard, house do. 
Roper James, rope maker (Navy Yard, 

Charlestown), h. Belmont, n. Reed 
Roper John, clerk (B.), house 46 Spruce 
Roper John F., currier, boards 39 Rice 
Roper Joseph, laborer, house 39 Rice 
Rose Adol, machinist, 72 Main, boards C. 

F. Rose's, Woodlawn 
Rose Uharles, carpenter B. & L. R.R.shop 
Rose Charles F., machinist, 72 Main,house 

Woodlawn, near Gushing 
Rose Frank H., organ maker, 624 Main, 

boards 354 Broadway 
Rose Joseph, machinist, boards C. F. 

Rose's, Woodlawn 
Rose Lewis, laborer, house Vineyard, 

near Cushing 
Rose Louis E., carpenter, house Cushing, 

near Woodlawn 
Rose Timothy, laborer, house 226 Third 
Rose William E., carpenter, 9 Western av- 1 
enue, house 13 Antrim I 

Rosenberg Joseph, fresco painter (B.), I 

house 204 Cambridge 
Rosenberg Jos., glass-cutter, h. 5 Lincoln 
Rosenberg Samuel, peddler, house 220 

Cambridge 
Rosenberg Wendall, gkass-cutter, house 

204 Cambridge 
Rosenkoist " Charles G., cabinet maker, 

house 9 Rogers block, Main 
Ross David, carpenter, house 11 Eighth 
Ross Denman W., student H. U., boards 

24 Craigie 
Ross Elizabeth Mrs., house 93 River 
1 oss Elizabeth A., widow, h. l,r. 52 Pine 
Ross Fanny, wid. of Michael, h. 67 Vine 
Boss Fred/ W., clerk (P. O., B.), boards 1, 

rear 52 Pine 
Ross H. P. Mrs., proprietor Ross House, 7 

Broadway, boards do. 
Ross James H., glass maker, b. 67 Vine 
Ross John L. (18 Arch, B.), h. 24 Craigie 
Ross Maria R. Mrs., lodging-house, 111 

Auburn 
Ross Reason, hostler, house 12 Plymouth 
Ross Robert (Robert Ross & Son), con- 
tractor, 16 Gerry, house do. 
Ross Robert T. (Robert Ross & Son), con- 
tractor, house 16 Gerry 
Ross Robert & Son (Robert and Robert T. 

Ross), contractors, 16 Gerry 
Ross Sarah L., widow of David, dress- 
maker, house 586 Main 



Ross Thomas, wheelwright, 232 North av- 
enue, house at Somerville 
Ross William, britannia worker, Otis, 

near First, house 25 Gore 
Ross William J., junk, 86 Fifth, h. 84 do. 
Ross Wm. Munroe, grainer,^h. 93 River 
Ross Wm. T., hairdresser, 445 Main. h.do. 
Rossiter John, engineer (69 Charlestown, 

B.), house 8 Cambridge 
Roth John Jacob, cabinet maker, 384 

Main, boards 389 do. 
Rouillard George, salesman (91 Harrison 

avenue, B. ). house 902 Main 
Rouillard Joseph, engineer, h. 64 Dublin 
Rouillard Lyman, provisions (25 Grove, 

B.), house 63 River 
Roulston Samuel, upholsterer, 25 Brattle, 

house 17 Mellen 
Round Geo. A., clerk (F. R. R., B.), house 

127 Auburn 
Rounds Charles L., boarding-house, 6 

Harvard square f Pearl 

Rounds Elvira, widow of Benj. T., h. 88 
Rounds Henry J., britannia worker (33 

Bowker, B.j. boards 88 Pearl 
Rounds William J., mason (75 Joy, B.), 

house 88 Pearl 
Roundtree F., boiler maker, 72 Main 
Roundy Geo. W., physician, and oil hat 

maker H. M. Sawyer, Thorndike, h. 

at Melrose Highlands 
Rourke James, blacksmith, h. r. 145 Gore 
Rourke James B., peddler, h. 8 Willow 
Rourke James E., house 71 Elm 
Rourke Mary, widow of Lawrence, house 

22 Harvard 
Rourke Michael, laborer, h. r. 133 Spruce 
Rourke Michael, peddler, h. 29 Harvard 
Rourke Patrick, peddler, h. 23 Webster av. 
Rourke Peter F., groceries, etc., 16 Har- 
vard, house do. 
Rourke, see O'Rourke 
Rouse Joseph A., cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house at Boston 
Rousmaniere Edmund S., student H. U., 

rooms 28 Holyoke House 
Roust Joseph, black-mith. h. 41 Banks 
Row Amelia Mrs., dressmaker, house 26, 

Prince [71 do. 

Row Fred. J., provisions, 80 Pleasant, h. 
Row Jabez F., fish and oysters,77 Pleasant, 

house 26 Prince 
Rowan James, laborer, house McDonald 
Rowan Michael, mason, house 4 Antrim 
Rowan William, boards James Rowan's, 

McDonald 
Rowan, see Rowen 

Rowe Charles H. Rev., pastor Charles 

River Baptist church, h. 106 Magazine 

Rowe George, carpenter, Palmer, near 

Church, house at Somerville 
Rowe Geo. A., cabinet maker, boards 131 

Harvard 
Rowe Hugh (Hugh Rowe & Son), granite, 

29 Main, house 36 Cowperthwaite 
Rowe Hugh & Son (Hugh and John J. 
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Rowe John J. (Hugh Rowe & Son), stone- 
cutter, 29 Main, h. at Somerville 
Rowe Joseph O. F., h. Acorn, c. Chestnut 
Rowe Nicholas, helper, 17 Main 
Rowe Philip, stone-cutter, house 19 Cow- 

perthwaite 
Rowe Reuben B. (Oliver & Rowe), stoves, 

525 Main, house 51 Springfield 
Rowe Samuel F., teamster, house 15 

Mount Auburn 
Rowe Simon J., expressman, Lyceum 

building, Harvard Row, boards 14 

Farwell place 
Rowe Thomas, stone-cutter, 29 Main, bds. 

36 Cowperthwaite 
Rowe William H., stone-cutter, 29 Main, 

boards 36 Cowperthwaite 
Rowell Ephraim Q., mason, h. 561 Main 
Rowell N., machinist, 36S Main 
Rowen James, laborer A. McDonald, Mt. 

Auburn, house McDonald 
Rowen Mary, widow of John, house rear 

75 Cambridge 
Rowen Patrick, engineer Mass. Gen. Hos- 
pital (Blossom, B.), h. 82 Cambridge 
Rowen, see Rowan 

Rower Robert, laborer, house 98 Fourth 
Rowlaud John, polisher, 209 Bridge, house 

91 Third 
Rowland Mary,wid. of Miles, h. 91 Third 
Rowlands Samuel, harness maker, house 

65 Plymouth 
Rowlands Walter, clerk, b. 65 Plymouth 
Roy John, laborer, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 
Roy Robert, laborer, bds. 32 Hastings 
Royal Frank J., laborer, 168 Gore, house 

88 Gore 
Royal Thomas, brass-finisher (Allen, cor. 

Brighton, B. ), boards 88 Gore 
Royal Wm. J., cabinet maker, h. 22 McCabe 
Royce Emma L., widow of Wm. M., house 

108 Thorndike 
Rublee Thomas, laborer, 180 Main, boards 

at Boston 
Ruddell Wm., upholsterer, 10 Pearl, h. do. 
Rublee William A., student H. U., rooms 

18 Felton building 
Ruddock Wm. W., boat builder, h. 2 Banks 
Rudge James E., in Cambridge Rolling 

Mill, house 35 Hampshire 
Ruelle Victor, Cabinet maker, house rear 

10 Third 
Rueter Conrad J., student H. U., rooms 12 

Holyoke House 
Rugg Charles W., engineer (40 Water, B.), 

house 100 Putnam avenue 
Rugg Geo. H. (Holmes & Rugg), wood 

and coal, 166 River, h. 219 Putnam av. 
Rugg Samuel F., auctioneer, Harvard sq., 

and (47 Court, B.), house 46 Trow- 
bridge [pi. 
Ruggles Charles F., ship-master, h. 5 King 
Ruggles Dean M., clerk (520 Washington, 

B.), boards 5 King place 
Ruggles John, house 85 Hancock 
Ruggli Joseph A., shoemaker, 5 Brattle, 

house 12 Eliot 



Ruhling George, machinist, 368 Main 
Ruhling Margaret, widow of Frederick, h. 

34 Cherry 
Rumley John, engineer Revere House 

(Bowdoin sq., B.), house 40 Seventh 
Rum rill Ebenezer B., pattern maker H. M. 

Bird, Pelham, cor. Broadway, house 

414 Main 
Rundlet Taylor M. Mrs., h. 8 Tremont 
Rundlett Roger S., tuner, 162 Broadway, 

boards 100 Austin 
Runey Owen, laborer, house Conroy blk., 

rear 215 Mt. Auburn 
Rush Alexander, cooper, house 119 Gore 
Rushmore M. J. Mrs., h. 22 Mt. Auburn 
Rushmore Wm. J., student H. U., boards 

22 Mt. Auburn 
Russ Chas. B., artist, 519 Main, h. 440 do. 
Russ James J. (Russ Moulding Co.), house 

192 Cambridge 

RUSS MOULDING CO. (Chas. W. 
Munroe, James J. Russ and Wm. F. 
Batchelder), moulding mnfrs., etc., 
First, corner Thorndike 

I)USS WILLIAM H., bookbinder 
1 (4 Alden, B.), house 9 Union 

Russ William H. jr., bookbinder (4 Alden, 
B. ), house 34 Market 

Russell Abbie C. Miss, dressmaker, 623 
Main, room 1, boards 8 Worcester 

Russell Alden D., confectionery, boards 
Amos Russell's, Brattle, corner Lake 
View avenue 

Russell Alexander, blacksmith B. &. L. 
R. R. shop, house at Charlestown 

Russell Amos, house Brattle, corner Lake 
View avenue 

Russell Amos F., com. mer. (8 Mercan- 
tile, B.), house 92 Hancock 

Russell Annie Miss, teacher Kindergarten 
school, 76 Moore, boards do. 

Russell Arthur W., machinist, 624 Main, 
house at West Somerville 

Russell Benj. G., salesman (49 North Mark- 
et, B.), house 8 Tufts 

Russell Charles, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 

Russell Chas. D., printer University Press, 
house 48 Linnaean 

Russell Charles F., student H. U., boards 
11 Sumner 

Russell Chas. L., constable, h. 30 Franklin 

RUSSELL CHAS. THEO., coun- 
selor (27 State, B.), house 69 Sparks 
RUSSELL CHAS. THEO. JR., 
lawyer (27 State, B.), bds. 69 Sparks 
Russell Charles T., pork cutter, house 451 

Cambridge 
Russell Charles W., provisions, house 54 

Prospect 
Russell Christopher, junk dealer, house 

41 Porter 
Russell C. Maria Miss, house 18 Sumner 
Russell David, house rear 143 Columbia 
Russell Edward G. Mrs., h. 343 Harvard 
Russell Elmer A., confectionery, boards 
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Russell E. L. Miss, assistant at Cambridge 
Public Library, 639 Main, boards Brat- 
tle, corner Lake View avenue 

Russell Fisk, pattern-maker, h.S Worcester 

Russell Francis F. Mrs., furniture, etc., 
535 Main, house 475$ do. 

Russell Frank E., sale stable (155 Port- 
land, B.), house 270 Broadway- 
Russell Henry E., bookkeeper (114 State, 
room 1, B.), boards 69 Sparks 

Russell Henry W., confectioner, h. 19 Essex 

Russell Herbert F., clerk (83 Broad, B.), 
boards 8 Worcester 

Russell John, house 17 Brown 

Russell John, student H. U., rooms 19 
Hollis Hall 

Russell John H., cracker dealer, house 9 
Worcester 

Russell Joseph B. (114 State, room 1, B.), 
house 138 Brattle 

Russell Joseph H., regulator, 162 Broad- 
way, house 54 Elm 

Russell J. Henry, clerk (39 Court, B.), 
house 54 Prospect [shire 

Russell Luther, glass-blower, h. 193 Hamp- 

Russell Luther jr., laborer, h. r. 50 Amory 

Russell Mary A., widow of James S., 
house 41 Orchard 

Russell Nelson R., driver, 238 North ave- 
nue, house 20 Coggswell avenue 

Russell Sarah A. Miss, house 79 Fifth 

Russell Sylvanus, printer, boards 83 Put- 
nam avenue 

Russell Theodore L., baker, house Brat- 
tle, coiner Lake View avenue 

Russell Thomas, tinsmith, 157 North ave- 
nue, house at Boston 

Russell Thomas, law student H. XL, rms. 
44 Thayer Hall 

Russell Thomas F. Mrs., h. 354 Broadway 

Russell Thomas W., laborer, College whf., 
house 37 Dunster 

Russell Wilbur S., clerk Blackstone Nat'l 
Bank (132 Hanover, B.), h. 80 Inman 

Russell Wm. C, carpenter, h. 127 Auburn 

RUSSELL WM. E., lawyer (27 State, 
B.), boards 69 Sparks 
Russell William J., groceries, etc., 27 

Brighton, house do. 
Russell William M., clerk (176 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 30 Franklin 
Russell William W., mason, h. 31 Winter 
Ruston John T., baker, 31 Elm, boards 3 

.Buck's block, Seventh 
Ruston Thomas, city lamplighter, house 

55 Union 
Ryan Ann, widow of Jeremiah, h. 9S Main 
Ryan Catharine J., widow of James F. f 

house 145 Columbia 
Ryan Charles, laborer, house 15 Foster 
Ryan Charles H., carpenter, h. 8 Donnell 
Ryan Daniel F., brush-maker (146 Oliver, 

B.), house 58 Sixth 
Ryan Dennis, teamster Cummings, Ken- 

ney & Co., house 4 Lechmere place 
Ryan Edward D., clerk, 31 River, boards 

27 Kinnaird 



Ryan Edward H., dry pressman Univer- 
sity Press, house 13 Banks 
Ryan Edward J., grocer (26$ Blossom, B.), 

house 42 Fairmont 
Ryan Ellen J., dry and fancy goods, 279$ 

Broadway, house do. 
Ryan James, tailor, house 8 Eighth 
Ryan John, waiter, 20 Brattle, h. 19 Gerry 
Ryan John, shoemaker, h. 159 Franklin 
Ryan John, at American Rubber Co., bds. 

Broadway House 
Ryan John, blacksmith, h. 4 Cedar square 
Ryan John, machinist, 72 Main, house 2 

Holly place 
Ryan John, laborer, house 34 Cambridge 
Ryan John, flagman B. & A. R. R., house 

Linehan block, 3 Ninth 
Ryan John G., printer, house 27 Kinnaird 
Ryan John J., tinsmith, h. 329 Cambridge 
Ryan John J., iron-molder, 368 Main, 

house 62 Washington 
Ryan Joseph, cooper, h. 329 Cambridge 
Ryan M., machinist, 72 Main 
Ryan Patrick, polisher, boards John Ry- 
an's, Ninth 
Ryan Patrick, cabinet-maker, Woodbury's 

building, Otis, house at Boston 
Ryan Patrick, brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Ryan Patrick, laborer, house 26 Portland 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, 368 Main 
Ryan Thomas, teamster, 166 River, house 

155 Franklin 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, house 29 Seventh 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, h. Holly, c. Brooks 
Ryan Thomas jr., laborer, 368 Main 
Ryan Timothy, laborer, house 62 Winter 
Ryan William, laborer, house 21 McCabe 
Ryan William jr., watchman B. & A. R.R., 

house 58 Sixth 
Ryan William A. Rev., asst. pastor St. Pe- 
ter's R. C. church, h. 29 Buckingham 
Ryan William H., foreman dry press room 
University Press, house Sacramento 
place, last on the left 
Ryan William J., tailor (B.), bds. 8 Eighth 
Ryder Charles, carpenter, h. 39 Winsor 
Ryder George E., treas. U. E. G. Co. (153 

Essex, B.), house 12 Magazine 
Ryder George G. Mrs., h. 313 Broadway 
Ryder Horace G., clerk, 610 Main, b. 854 do* 
Ryder Richard, ship-master,h. 201 Harvard 
Ryder Rodolphus, action-maker, 113 

Broadway, house 212 Harvard 
Ryder Salathiel N. (Ryder & Davis), 126 

Inman, house do. 

Ryder & Davis (Salathiel N. Ryder and 

Edward A. Davis), grocers, 124 and 

126 Inman [Bigelow 

Ryther George H., law student H. U., b. 31 

SACKRIDER M. A. MRS., h. 31 Bowdoin 

Sadler James M. (Moulton & Sadler), 
clocks, 162 Cambridge, h.atRoslindale 

Sadler J., driver U. R. Co. 

Sadler Thomas, laborer Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, boards 104 Thorndike 

Safford Aaron H., house 5 Fayerweather 



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Safford Frank, h. 10 Rogers block, Main 
Safford Oscar F. Kev., pastor First Uni- 

versalist society, house 27 Columbia 
Safford William O., student H. U., rooms 

64 Thayer Hall 
Sallinger John A., carpenter, house 17 

Flagg 
Sails Edwin S., hay and grain, 26 Brigh- 
ton, boards 45 Mt. Auburn 
Salmon James H., organ-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 1 Green 
Salmon Stephen D. (Custom House, B.), 

house 121 Prospect 
Salmon William E., driver, bds. 1 Green 
Salter Harry, driver, 15 Park, boards do. 
Saltonstall Richard M., student H. U., 

rooms 42 Matthews Hall 
S?lvee Charles, varnisher, 624 Main, h. at 

Boston 
Samples Walter, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 15 Elmer 
Sampson David H., waiter, bds. 16 Elmer 
Sampson George, laborer, house New, near 

F. R. R. 
Sampson George T., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards Andrew Logan's, McDonald 
Sampson Jacob A., janitor, h. 16 Elmer 
Sampson Thomas P., farmer, house Con- 
cord avenue, near Alewife brook 
Sampson Thomas P. jr., bookkeeper, bds. 

T. P. Sampson's, Concord avenue 
Sampson William F., bookbinder, house 

23 Elm 
Sampson William P., boots and shoes, 597 

Main, house 38 Bigelow 
Samson Sewall D., foreman of wood work- 
ers, 162 Broadway, h. at Woburn 
Samuels Samuel D., machinist, 72 Main, 

house 32 River 
Sanborn Adoniram J., periodicals, etc., 

405 Main, boards 463 do. 
Sanborn Ambrose H., machinist B. & L. 

R. R. shop, house 123 Thorndike 
Sanborn Amos C. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), 

granite, 68 Bridge, h. 149 Magazine 

SANBOUN A. C. & CO. (Amos C. 
Sanborn), granite, 68 Bridge, and (35 

Hawley, B.) 
Sanborn Benj. F., machinist (13 Travers, 

B.), house 24 Coggswell avenue 
Sanborn Charles A., boards 2 Frank 
Sanborn Charles A. jr., driver U. R. Co., 

house 2 Frank 
Sanborn Charles F. bookkeeper, 68 Bridge, 

boards 96 Magazine 
Sanborn Charles M., electrician (131 Dev- 
onshire, B.), house 7 Perry 
Sanborn Edmund E., auctioneer and sale 

stable, 7 Walden, boards 2 Frank 
Sanborn Elizabeth A., widow of James F., 

house 96 Magazine 
Sanborn George O. (G. P. Sanborn & Son), 

pickle mufr., 130 Gore, bds. at Boston 
Sanborn George O., agent (187 Congress, 

B.), house 149 Magazine 
Sanborn George P. (G. P. Sanborn & So